[python-uk] Python evening talks in London: Ten lines of code

Pete Ryland pdr at pdr.cx
Mon Mar 19 11:28:07 CET 2007

On 18/03/07, Tim Golden <mail at timgolden.me.uk> wrote:
> I think I must have met you or one of your colleagues
> at one of the London Python meetups some months ago,
> at the Bank of England place. (And, I think, had
> some email correspondence with someone as well).

Quite possible.  I do go to these on occasion.

> Glad
> to hear that WMI is getting used out there, although
> ironically I hardly use it myself these days! (Out of
> interest, do you use my module or have you rolled your
> own?)

I'm not sure, I'm not one of the product engineers, and I don't have
the core product code around as I'm on site.  I'll let you know when
I'm next in the office.

> But this is not going to buy the baby a new hat (to
> coin a phrase). Michael G: has anyone come forward
> privately with definite offers of help? We obviously
> have to get this moving if we're going to fit into
> this cancellation. Has anyone come forward either
> to flesh out your spec. or to offer an alternative?

I'm still willing to do my talk about the prototype I'm working on
which provides a very-high-level GUI toolkit, but this may not be
appropriate for a first lecture.  Depends on the spectrum of people we
are expecting.


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