[python-nl] Python / Django developer position at Layar

Cari Davidson cariserene at gmail.com
Thu Dec 24 12:42:15 CET 2009


it's augmented reality... not a replacement for it.  :)

So what's involved in hosting a PUN meeting?   One thing I'm thinking about
is that we could have one day of our 2-day AR Dev Camp in Amsterdam be
dedicated to coding (in python, of course, since it is, after all, a
superior language :) ) an AR layer...

So, here are my questions:

- Is the location pre-determined?  ... or can it be a place of our choosing?
- How many people do we need to have room for?
- How long does a PUN last?
- Is English OK?  (I assume it is, since we're using it now.  :)
- Is the date pre-determined?
- Would there be other speakers/projects?
- Is it a problem if we spent the whole PUN talking about/playing with just
one thing?

My apologies if these seem like silly questions.  I do intend on becoming
more active in the community, but I haven't been to a PUN yet...

It might be better to talk details off-list...  whoever is 'in charge'  can
send me an email, and we can start planning.

-- Cari

P.S.  I code.  I'm not really an events planner or marketingy person, so
bear with me a little.  =D


On Thu, Dec 24, 2009 at 11:33 AM, Floris van Manen <vm at klankschap.nl> wrote:

>
> On Dec 24, 2009, at 09:54, Remco Wendt wrote:
>
> > Maybe layar would be interested in hosting the next pun? :)
>
> In inverted-layar mode:
> e.g. we all stay home and look at the augmented meeting through our
> phones...
>
> .F
>
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