[python-uk] PyCamp UK !

Michael Foord fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Mon Feb 5 21:42:28 CET 2007

Richard Smedley wrote:
> On Mon, 05 Feb 2007 19:30:39 Michael Foord wrote:
>>> As a result, I'm tempted to suggest either:
>>>    * 8/9 Sept (my preference)
>> Sounds good to me... but then I barely know what I'm doing
>> tomorrow. :-)
> I barely know what I'm doing today but I think I have a reasonable
> handle on September ;-)
> I'd already written to Michael S off-list where, inter alia, I
> favoured this date - despite the clash with LBW2007.

I've been looking at the 'Open Space' stuff. It looks very interesting, 
but without an agenda or presentations I would be interested in knowing 
what the tangible goals of a Python 'unconference' would be?


* Would presentation equipment be available for groups that might find 
it useful ?
* Would coding be appropriate or expected for groups that wanted to ? 
(bring your own laptop...)

> However I note that the W Mids Python group is planning something
> similar at the same time, and the two parties are now sorting
> out between them what will happen when, so at the very least we
> will have a PyCamp this year and next year over the two
> regions. We could even get two camps per year ;-)
> Wherever and whenever, I trust we get a Zope track - it'll push
> me to try and get the hang of it :^)
>  - Richard
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