I second that.? All the best Brandon!? Hopefully (and I'm being totally selfish over here) your happy marriage won't stop you from giving all what you give to the community.
Having said, I agree with Skylar... exclusively from an "emerging system theory" point of view.? Truly successful system don't have a centralized command :-).
Having said, what about inviting some of those in our community that have been using Python the longest to share with us, if their initial impressions about Python were confirmed.? A kind of renewing the vows... kind of thing... just like Brandon...
On Tue, Dec 29, 2009 at 11:50 AM, Skylar Saveland <[address removed]>
First, congratulations Brandon!? May you have a long and happy marriage!
Second, are we hopeless to pull off a meetup without Brandon or are we going to struggle through it and pull it off?? I have some talk ideas.? Anyone else?? Suggestions?? Thoughts?? Should we just give up and wait for Brandon ;P?
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