[python-committers] Core Dev Sprints
steve.dower at python.org
Thu Jun 7 11:58:09 EDT 2018
A few people have let me know that the invite email went to their junk
folder (I was lazy and sent out one email to myself with everyone on
BCC, so it's probably my fault).
If you were expecting an invite and haven't seen it, please check there.
I'll send individual reminders before giving away places.
Also, if you haven't emailed python-dev or python-committers recently, I
used the email associated with your bugs.python.org account, so you may
also want to check there. None of the invites have bounced yet, so I
assume they've all made it somewhere.
On 05Jun2018 1553, Steve Dower wrote:
> Hi all
> Just a quick update to let everyone know that I've started sending out
> invites for the sprints.
> We have a limited number of *funded* places available, but room to
> accommodate more people actually being there. So the way I'm approaching
> this is by working down a somewhat arbitrarily-ordered list (with a bias
> towards previous attendees, recent contributions, and newer core
> developers) and sending out only as many invitations as we have funded
> As I hear that people either can't make it or don't need funding, I'll
> invite the next person. So if you didn't receive an invite today, it
> doesn't mean you aren't getting one. And if you _did_ receive an invite
> today, the sooner you reply the more it'll help out everyone else.
> Also, if you know already that you don't need PSF funding to attend but
> you haven't got an invite yet, please reply to me off-list and let me
> know. Our space is really only limited by "how many people in our large
> room is too many" (the fire marshal says about 120 people...), so you
> won't miss out. But you are able to skip the queue, as it were.
> Finally, I am not the person you want designing the t-shirt for this
> event. If someone wants to step up and design/produce a t-shirt, now is
> the time to claim that responsibility. Otherwise we'll probably just try
> and off-load old Microsoft swag ;)
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