[pypy-dev] PyPy/NumPyPy sprint(s) in Leipzig, Germany?
stefan_ml at behnel.de
Fri Feb 17 21:40:03 CET 2012
Mike Müller, 17.02.2012 21:05:
> Am 17.02.12 20:26, schrieb Maciej Fijalkowski:
>> On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 9:16 PM, Stefan Behnel wrote:
>>> Just a note that I'll be in Leipzig up to the 15th of June anyway (giving a
>>> Cython course). I don't know if the week after that suits *anyone*
>>> (including Mike), but if you could move the sprint another week earlier,
>>> I'd arrange to stay for the week-end (16/17th) and we could discuss
>>> Cython/PyPy integration topics there.
> This week is still available.
>> I'm afraid I can't make it that early :( Since my home base is cape
>> town travelling back and forth for 10 days just does not make any
>> 22-27 (being all full sprint days right? we usually do 3 + 1 + 3
>> including weekends) sounds very good to me.
> I think the one with the longest traveling distance should get the highest
> priority, which puts 22-27 into the pole positions.
> Stefan: How about coming to Leipzig again? I know it is about 5 hours
> by train (much longer than it needs to be :( ). Train tickets get rather
> inexpensive when booked well ahead and valid for a specific train only.
> Well, there is still the extra time.
Yes, 5:30 hours for a direct connection is exceedingly long for that
distance - Hamburg is about the same time. But if there is serious
interest, I'll see if I can make it for the Friday.
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