[python-uk] www.python.org sprint
garcia.marc at gmail.com
Sun May 27 17:46:37 EDT 2018
That's really great, just added you to the event. In our last sprints on
the python.org website more than 50% of the people spent the whole sprint
trying to set up the environment. That's why this time besides updating
Python amd Django we'll work on making the process much easier. Your
experience will be very relevant. :)
Also, it'd be great if you can briefly explain about the importance of the
sprint and contributing to the python.org website and what are the
priorities, on behalf of the PSF. That would be extremly useful for all us.
See you there!
On Sun, 27 May 2018, 18:00 Naomi Ceder, <naomi.ceder at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Marc,
> I just put my name on the waiting list as I'll be arriving in London the
> day before. I really want to support this, since it's desperately needed.
> On the other hand, I wouldn't claim to be an expert in Django, and the last
> time I tried to install python.org I didn't actually have the time to
> spend to get it working. :-/ So I'll understand if you prefer to give the
> spot to someone more useful. :-)
> In any case, thanks for running this!
> On Sun, 27 May 2018 at 07:50, Marc Garcia <garcia.marc at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> In one week, on the 4th of June in London we will host a sprint to
>> migrate the www.python.org website to Python 3.7 (yes 3.7 as in Python
>> 3, not a typo) and to Django 2.0.
>> It'll be an amazing evening of coding, pizza and beer. And diversity, we
>> give priority to the event to everybody identifying themselves as part of
>> an underrepresented minority.
>> More info:
>> Have a great rest of the long weekend!
>> Marc Garcia | https://twitter.com/datapythonista |
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> Naomi Ceder
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