[Python-Dev] Anyone want to lead the sprints at PyCon US 2016?

Brett Cannon brett at python.org
Tue Apr 5 12:36:59 EDT 2016

The call has started to go out for sprint groups to list themselves online.
Anyone want to specifically lead the core sprint this year? If no one
specifically does then I will sign us up and do my usual thing of pointing
people at the devguide and encourage people to ask questions but not do a
lot of hand-holding (I'm expecting to be busy either working on GitHub
migration stuff or doing other things that I have been neglecting due to my
GitHub migration work).

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From: Ewa Jodlowska <ewa at python.org>
Date: Mon, 4 Apr 2016 at 07:14
Subject: [PSF-Community] Sprinting at PyCon US 2016
To: <psf-community at python.org>

Are you coming to PyCon US? Have you thought about sprinting?

The coding Sprints are the hidden gem of PyCon, up to 4 days (June 2-5) of
coding with many Python projects and their maintainers. And if you're
coming to PyCon, taking part in the Sprints is easy!

You don’t need to change your registration* to join the Sprints. There’s no
additional registration fee, and you even get lunch. You do need to cover
the additional lodging and other meals, but that’s it. If you’ve booked a
room through the PyCon registration system, you'll need to contact the
registration team at pycon2016 at cteusa.com as soon as possible to request
the extra nights. The sprinting itself (along with lunch every day) is
free, so your only expenses are your room and other meals.

If you're interested in what projects will be sprinting, just keep an eye
on the sprints page on the PyCon web site at
https://us.pycon.org/2016/community/sprints/ Be sure to check back, as
groups are being added all the time.

If you haven't sprinted before, or if you just need to brush up on
sprinting tools and techniques, there will again be an 'Intro to Sprinting'
session the evening of June 1, lead by Shauna Gordon-McKeon and other
members of Python community. To grab a free ticket for this session, just

*Please note that conference registration is sold out, but you do not need
a conference registration to come to the Sprints.

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