[Grok-dev] status of europython sprint?

Souheil CHELFOUH trollfot at gmail.com
Wed Apr 29 03:48:07 EDT 2009


I've proposed the sprint, so, I'm obviously in, but only at 95% :p
I just need to sort my registration and fee, and then I'll be able to
say the final "yes".

- Souheil "trollfot"

2009/4/29 Reinout van Rees <reinout at vanrees.org>:
> On 2009-04-28, Martijn Faassen <faassen at startifact.com> wrote:
>> Reinout van Rees wrote:
>>> There was some talk several weeks ago about a possible europython sprint.
>>> What's the status of that?  I'm going to EP, too.  I remember hearing two
>>> "maybe"s.
>> I think the best way to make this have a status is for some volunteer to
>> try to organize it. I.e. find out what the requirements are from
>> EuroPython, announce the sprint to appropriate places, remind people of
>> the sprint over and over again, try to convert the "maybe"s to a "yes",
>> etc.
> I've at least added the sprint to http://wiki.europython.eu/Sprints and added
> Christian Klinger and Uli Fouquet to the list of participants.  I volunteer to
> use harpoons and other means to get people to attend.
> Listing the sprint on that page is enough to get the conference organizers to
> arrange space for the sprint, so that's pretty cool.
> Proposal: sprint on the friday+saturday after the sprint. Subject: I've set it
> on "doing stuff for the 1.0 final grok release" for the time being. Are there
> better suggestions?
> Reinout
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