On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 1:51 AM, J. Lujan <[address removed]> wrote:
> I can leed the website discussion, really more interested in
> requirements gathering. We will save the political debates (which
> framework, etc.) at some later date.
> I can also prepare a presentation on Python development in Eclipse
> with PyDev in lue of the PyCon video. It would consist of a short demo
> of PyDev features and some Q&A. I wouldn't mind making it a 3 part
> series. The others would be integrating PyDev into your development
> process with Trac and VCSs, the third would be short and cover more
> advanced topics like extending the editor with Jython and other neet
> tricks. That is all if the group remains interested ;-)
That sounds great, though are you sure you have time to prepare that
before this coming Saturday? If so, how much time do you want to
At the last meeting we discussed having a Python "IDE tools" themed
meeting, with prepared presentations. This is a rough list of the
topics and their associated volunteers.
Wing -- Brad
Eclipse -- Jeremy L.
emacs -- Jason B.
Vim -- Rusty
pdb -- Brad
winpdb -- ?
Netbeans for Python --?
I was envisioning this for a meeting further in the future to give
everyone time to prepare, and to come up with a common set of desired
features which we'd attempt to show for each tool.
However, if you don't want to wait, and would like to give your
Eclipse demo right away, we'll definitely find room for it in the