[Texas] JetBrains Willing to give PyCharm Licenses for the drawing

Chris Austin chris at sydneysys.com
Thu Aug 19 21:57:58 CEST 2010

On Thu, 2010-08-19 at 11:30 -0500, Brad Allen wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 8:48 AM, Chris Austin <chris at sydneysys.com> wrote:
> > Hey Folks,
> >
> > It looks like the good guys JetBrains will throw their IDE PyCharm into
> > our Drawings as well.
> Great! Thanks for setting that up. All swag should be sent to my home
> address; if they are sending anything physical, I'll give you my home
> address.
> > Brad, can you give me a rough estimate on the number of expected
> > attendees
> I expect about 100, based on 66 confirmed, 29 unconfirmed, and an
> unknown number of students signing up next week as they see our flyers
> and receive a message from the professors about PyTexas. You can track
> the registration numbers here:
> http://pytexas.org/SignUp2010
> > and what we need from them to list them as a unpaid sponsor.
> I haven't really been offering to list them anywhere, just to
> distribute their swag. However, Ralph did add a section on the sponsor
> page listing ActiveState:
> http://pytexas.org/Sponsorship2010
> This is a bit unfair to the other sponsors if we don't display their
> logos, so if we are going to do that, we should probably round up
> logos for Rackspace, O'Reilly, Tummy.com, Wingware, No Starch Press,
> ZeOmega, Jetbrains, and GSOC. Maybe to save time we could copy those
> logos from the PyOhio or PyCon sites. Does anyone have time to do
> that?

I can certainly help with this since most of it should be straight
forward.  I'll just need any marketing links & logos that the sponsors
prefer otherwise I'll point to their homepage.

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