[pypy-dev] Jesse Noller tried to invite us to something and was rudely rejected...
lac at openend.se
Fri Sep 4 13:16:26 CEST 2009
Are we rejecting messages from non-members of the list automatically
these days? And if so, is this really necessary? And shouldn't we
change the reject message to indicate that?
Or is jnoller at gmail.com on some special 'banned from posting' list,
and if so, why?
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From: Jesse Noller <jnoller at gmail.com>
To: Laura Creighton <lac at openend.se>
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> From: pypy-dev-owner at codespeak.net
> Date: September 3, 2009 10:13:08 PM EDT
> To: jnoller at python.org
> Subject: PyCon 2010: Plenary talk invite
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> Hello there PyPy!
> I am reaching out to you today as the PyCon 2010 Program Committee
> Chair, and on the behalf of the committee as a whole. Part of the
> conference is the keynote/plenary talks - these talks range in time
> length and are presented to the conference as a whole.
> We're planning out PyCon 2010 - and in discussions, we felt that an
> excellent addition to PyCon would be a series of plenary talks (15
> minutes in length) on showcasing the state of the various
> implementations of Python. I'd like to extend an invitation to one
> of you
> to act as the "lead" for PyPy and do one of these for us.
> Python is so much more than one implementation - and I know that
> I, and the community as a whole would love to hear anything you had to
> offer about your implementation. You can do something as simple as a
> state of the union talk, things you would like to see from
> python-core, or even encourage people to help contribute to your
> project. Anything directly related to your implementation is fair
> If you are interested in presenting, please get back to me as soon
> as possible indicating your acceptance. If you do not want to do this,
> and possibly have someone else in mind to present for you - by all
> means please feel free to send me their contact information.
> The PyCon conference days will be February 19-21, 2010 in Atlanta,
> Georgia, preceded by the tutorial days (February 17-18), and followed
> by four days of development sprints (February 22-25).
> I look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions,
> please feel free to contact me (jnoller at python.org), or you can reach
> out to the PyCon Chair - Van Lindberg (van at python.org)
> Jesse Noller
> jnoller at python.org
> Program Committee Chair
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