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Python Atlanta meets next week (and, Atlanta Plone meets tonight!)

From: Brandon R.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 2, 2009 8:51 AM
Good morning, Python Atlanta folks!  I have three quick items for you.

First, a quick note: our "Atlanta Plone" sub-group will be meeting this
evening at the offices of ifPeople.  Conversation and snacks generally
begin at 5:30pm, followed by a presentation an hour later.  They have
asked me to speak this month, on the work I am doing with PloneGetPaid,
the e-commerce solution for the Plone CMS.  You can find directions to
the ifPeople offices here:


I hope to see any of you who are interested there!

Second: another month has started, and, since summer is over and we are
returning to our standard second-Thursday schedule, we are now a bit
more than a week away from our monthly Python Atlanta meet-up, which
will take place on Thursday September 10th.  Someone has already offered
to give us a lightning talk on continuous integration.  If you have a
talk (30 minutes) or lightning talk (5 or 10 minutes) you'd like to
give, or a topic you'd like me to try to find a speaker for, just send
me an email and I'll see what I can do!

Third: three Saturdays from now, on September 19th, we Python people are
going to have a booth at the Atlanta Linux Fest up at the IBM building
off of GA-400.  I will be spending all day there, answering questions,
and maybe connecting an attendee-facing monitor to my laptop so that I
can show them Python and write on-the-spot scripts and demos for people.
If you are interested in helping with this event, just let me know; it
would be great to have a cross-section of Python people represented!

Whichever event you attend, I hope to see you this month. If you have
any ideas or requests, just reply directly to me and let me know.

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

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