Hi Mr. Freeman,
I've been away for the weekend, so sorry for the late response but thank you for the tip. I unfortunately typed my notes for my presentation in a big hurry - your markdown version is a great improvement over it. I'll merge that in shortly.
On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 3:31 PM, Stuart Freeman <[address removed]>
On Fri, Mar 09, 2012 at 10:52:43AM -0500, JR Rickerson wrote:
> Hello Everyone!
> 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.
If you make it a markdown file github will actually render that as well,
Feel free to merge that to the pyatl repo if you'd like (or if you'd
rather I can submit a pull request that would allow you to merge it with
a button in the github interface).
D. Stuart Freeman
Georgia Institute of Technology
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