[python-uk] Announcing the 4th London Code Dojo: Thursday 3rd December

Nicholas Tollervey ntoll at ntoll.org
Sun Nov 22 20:03:25 CET 2009


Of course, and speaking personally (please shoot me down here), there is an obvious solution: we hold the DJUGL and Dojo groups at the same time in the *same* location so we can all knock our collective heads together to avoid such (unfortunate yet inevitable) problems arising again. Obviously this depends on: Django guys (Django=my day job) not minding 5 talks on stuff not directly connected with Django nor web-development and more generic Pythonistas not minding talks about something as specific as Django. We'd also get the approval of those speakers who have already committed, work out logistics such as location and who buys the pizza/beer and make sure we re-advertise whatever new solution is arrived at (if at all). There is probably a huge amount of cross-over between the groups and this would be a great opportunity to co-ordinate.  

To be honest, my main concern is that we have some great Python-related events going on in London and I'm pretty certain we, as a community, have enough nous to come up with some interesting stuff. 

Once again, who "specifically" do I get in touch with about DJUGL..?


On 22 Nov 2009, at 18:21, Nicholas Tollervey wrote:

> Paul,
> As I mentioned when this was pointed out on the Python Wave a few days ago, DJUGL isn't announced here, on the wave nor on IRC etc... I guess I don't follow the right lists. :-( Also, we've been quite public in saying the meeting will take place in the first week of every month in order *not* to clash with the Pyssup (also advertised here).
> It's too late to change now as we've got five talks booked, people have reserved tickets and we've advertised it. Who organises DJUGL? perhaps we can at least coordinate for next time.
> I *completely* agree that the more Python events happening in London the better and we've all shot ourselves in the collective foot with the clash (not that Python have feet, but you get my drift).
> In future *I'll* endeavour not to organise anything that clashes but this is dependant on knowing about what else is happening.
> Nicholas.
> On 22 Nov 2009, at 17:02, Paul Nasrat wrote:
>> 2009/11/20 Nicholas Tollervey <ntoll at ntoll.org>:
>>> Hi Folks,
>>> The subject says it all...
>>> First of all, apologies for those who can't make Thursdays. Unfortunately, Thursday 3rd December is the only evening all the current speakers can make. I'll endeavour to try and organise it on a different day next time.
>> This conflicts with djugl, whilst I know that co-ordinating with all
>> the groups in London is non-trivial, we could at least try and make
>> sure the python events don't clash.
>> Paul
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