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Re: [pyatl] RT: @skylar : Why not have Python meeting at Ignition Alley?

From: Doug H.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 17, 2009 11:22 AM
On Nov 17, 2009, at 10:32 AM, Jenny Steele wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> I used to go to pyatl when it was at Turner, but had to stop going
> when it moved to the food processing building since it's kind of a
> hassle to bike to. Here's a vote for moving to Ignition Alley. I'll be

If transportation is the main issue for anyone who would otherwise  
attend, perhaps we could arrange ride-sharing from some place that's  
easier to reach.  Is there a good location closer to the center of  
campus where it might be safe to lock up a bike?  Or a MARTA station  
with pick-up/drop-off space?

> giving a talk at the JavaScript meetup on either compiling Python to
> JavaScript with Pyjamas or JavaScript build systems (using Python for

I'd be interested in seeing a Pyjamas presentation at PyATL, but won't  
be able to make it to the JS meetup this time around.

Doug

> the shell scripting) depending on the interest poll results.
>
> Jenny Steele
>
>
> On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 9:47 AM, Brandon Rhodes <[address removed] 
> > wrote:
>> Filipe Pinto <[address removed]> writes:
>>
>>> Since, we're talking about promoting Python.  Why not start to have
>>> Python meetings there?  That would give us great exposure to the
>>> entrepreneur community here in Atlanta.
>>
>> And, there wouldn't be a guard at the gate to coordinate with.
>>
>> But on the other hand, it's a much smaller and (last I saw) far more
>> primitive facility, and also one that lacks any parking of its own  
>> - we
>> would all have to squeeze in to the side streets next to it.
>>
>> But I'll attend the Javascript meeting if I can, and see how the  
>> space
>> works for them before forming an opinion either way!
>>
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