If you weren't available last night, you missed the announcement, but now the Python Atlanta Meetup Group has a Github account. We've created two repositories under this organization - one for the Jam Session meetups and any code or projects that may come from that, and one for our monthly talks. You can find the repositories here:
I've just added my own talk from last night to the talks repository if you would like to browse through that. I've added a README.txt to my talk since I didn't have any slides, and it conveniently is picked up and displayed by Github when you browse to that particular directory.
To retrieve any of these files, you can of course use git, but you can also simply browse to the web interface here:
If you have given a talk recently and would like to contribute your slides, code samples, or anything else, you have several options:
1. Get in touch with me or one of the other organizers and send them a copy of your materials
2. Using your own Github account, fork the repository, add your materials, and then send us a pull request.
3. Host your materials on your own servers or sites, and simply send us a README file with links to the materials.
Currently only the organizers have push access to this repository, as our membership is over 600 people, according to the Meetup site. If you would like to volunteer to help gather materials from talks or the jam sessions and push them up yourself, please get in touch with an organizer and we can add you to a team and give you push access.
Hopefully this will serve us well, and allow people who can't necessarily make it to all the meetings still get a chance to benefit from our group!