[python-uk] The London Python Dojo is this Thursday

a.grandi at gmail.com a.grandi at gmail.com
Fri Jul 12 13:52:41 CEST 2013

Now you got it correctly :)

Let's wait also for opposite opinions.
We need to understand if there are opposite opinions and what are
their resons, so we can maybe find a common agreement.

Regards :)

p.s: no other Dojos until September? Nooooo, please let's catchup for
a beer sometimes at least :)

On 12 July 2013 12:46, Tim Golden <mail at timgolden.me.uk> wrote:
> Trying to summarise a bit. Hope I haven't misrepresented anyone.
> [a.grandi at gmail.com]
> Feeling left out as a newbie; proposing different levels of coding
> challenge / team group. Suggesting that less experienced coders might
> stay away.
> [stestagg at gmail.com]
> Suggesting a change-now bell or hooter or whatever [similar in fact to
> the 5-minute Dojo style we started with way back when, but still with teams]
> [Michael Grazebrook]
> Suggesting streaming teams but giving each one a mentor who would coach
> but not code. (+1 from a.grandi at gmail.com)
> None of these ideas are unreasonable. We're taking a break for the
> summer now, but it makes sense for the Dojo team to get together before
> September (which we probably would have done, anyway) to look at
> possible changes to the format, either overall or for specific evenings.
> Obviously, bring on more ideas & responses. Ultimately, we won't be able
> to please all the people all of the time. But we certainly want to
> understand what we could improve.
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