[pypy-dev] Jesse Noller tried to invite us to something and was rudely rejected...

Michael Foord fuzzyman at gmail.com
Fri Sep 4 14:41:57 CEST 2009


Most mailing lists I'm on these days ban posts from non-members, otherwise
they get overwhelmed with spam unfortunately. :-(

Michael

2009/9/4 Laura Creighton <lac at openend.se>

>
> 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?
>
> Laura
>
> ------- Forwarded Message
>
> Return-Path: jnoller at gmail.com
> Delivery-Date: Fri Sep  4 12:20:35 2009
> From: Jesse Noller <jnoller at gmail.com>
> To: Laura Creighton <lac at openend.se>
> Content-Type: multipart/alternative;
>
> Hmm
>
>
> Begin forwarded message:
>
> > 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
> >
>
> > You are not allowed to post to this mailing list, and your message has
> > been automatically rejected.  If you think that your messages are
> > being rejected in error, contact the mailing list owner at
> > pypy-dev-owner at codespeak.net.
> >
> > 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
> > game.
> >
> >   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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