[Python-africa] Is the mailing list still active ?

Aisha Bello aishabello2050 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 5 10:45:06 EDT 2016

Hi Farell,

I think it's nice you are thinking about a python training event. Where and
when is the submit holding? do you have someone else who wouldn't mind to
join you and help organize. It would totally be cool to introduce some of
those attending the submit to the awesomeness of Python. I'm keen to hear
what things you have planned or ideas.


On 5 June 2016 at 14:36, Farell Folly <farellfolly at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am attending the Africa Internet Summit for the 4th time and I thing
> that we can plan to conduct training  on python  next time or even do a
> Pycon.
> Africa  Internet Summit is an AFRINIC (Africa RIR) sponsored event
> organized  together  with workshops of known organizations such as AfNOG
> (african Network operators Groups) AfTLD, ISOC, ICANN and gathers more than
> 200 participants each year....in a different country.
> Best Regards
> --ff--
> Mail sent from my mobile phone. Excuse for brievety.
> Le 5 juin 2016 14:26, "Aisha Bello" <aishabello2050 at gmail.com> a écrit :
>> Hello Farell,
>> Yes indeed the mailing list is still very much active. Although these
>> days not a lot of people have actually sent in messages. But as soon as
>> there is a message you would definitely receive it in a digest as usual.
>> In the meantime, if you have any news for us about the python awesomeness
>> in your community do not hesitate to reach out to us on the mailing list as
>> usual.
>> Pythonic Regards,
>> AIsha Bello
>> On 5 June 2016 at 11:09, Farell Folly <farellfolly at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Dear Staff,
>>> I am just wondering whether the mailing list is still active or not, as
>>> I am no longer receiving anything or replies from messages.
>>> --
>>> Best regards,
>>> @__f_f__
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