[Python-Dev] Anyone want to lead the sprints at PyCon US 2016?
brett at python.org
Thu Apr 28 15:07:48 EDT 2016
No one stepped forward to lead the sprints this year, so I will put myself
as the sprint leader and lean on everyone else who appears to help. :)
On Tue, 5 Apr 2016 at 09:36 Brett Cannon <brett at python.org> wrote:
> 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).
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> 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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