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any volunteers for this Thursday?

From: Brandon R.
Sent on: Tuesday, September 7, 2010 10:16 AM
Dearest Python Atlantaneers -

Yes, I know, it probably feels like our Python Atlanta meet-up is still
three days away - but Labor Day has turned a Monday into a Tuesday, so
our monthly meeting is in fact only two days away!

 * I will be doing a full talk on "Remote Shells", all about using a
   Telnet or SSH connection from Python.  Along the way you might even
   learn some of the secrets of the Unix terminal and all about output
   buffering, too!

 * Who else wants to give a full talk, or a lightning talk?  We had
   another speaker, but they have fallen sick and will not be able to
   join me on our September schedule.  Step forward, make two or three
   slides, and share with the rest of the group what you have been doing
   with Python over the summer!

 * We will be meeting a Manual's Tavern for the first time this month!
   Several of us will gather early around 6pm or 6:30pm for dinner; the
   main meeting and our presentations and talks will start at 7:30pm as

Let me know if you have any ideas, thoughts, or questions, and I look
forward to seeing all of you!

Brandon Craig Rhodes   [address removed]   http://rhodesmill...­

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