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Re: [python-176] Looking for Python Speakers

From: Chris S.
Sent on: Monday, September 17, 2007 9:05 AM
Kapil Thangavelu <[address removed]> writes:

>  - a sqlalchemy talk ( python and relational databases )...
>  - manipulating/working­ with subversion repositories using python.
>  - on the web front.. there's  django.. or wsgi and paste(r) or pylons.

I'd be interested in hearing how others use SA and Pylons. Been using
them together for about a year now on two different projects. I haven't
been keeping up with the released due to fear of breaking my apps, but
have experienced some issues with both, likely due to my own

> another fun one might be talking about scripting google office using
> the google data apis in python. or amazon ec2/s3 scripting. or
> indexing massive amounts of data with pylucene or xapian.. or
> graphical programs on gtk/qt/wx.. atompub with amplee, filesystems in
> python (fuse).. also ipython.. or setuptools/distutils­/pypi/eggs.. or
> using zc.buildout (for plain python projects)..

ipython, setuptools and friends, and zc.buildout would be of interest
as well to me.  

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