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Let's Meetup and talk about Python
Monthly meeting. Normally some of us go on to the pub afterwards. -------------------------------------------------------------- **How CamPUG uses meetup.com** We mainly use meetup as a way of publicising meetings, at which it is very good. We also use the RSVP mechanism to get some idea of how many people will turn up to a meeting, but this is very inaccurate - at best, we normally get between half and two-thirds of the "yes" numbers attending. We do not require people to pay for meetings, or acquire tickets, and we do not "take a register" of who actually turns up. We don't even insist that people have to use meetup to indicate they're coming. It is important to me that this be a free and open meeting. This does mean that we have a problem when a meeting is very popular and reaches the practical room size - i.e., how many will safely fit in our meeting room (although we've really only had that problem once so far). From now on, I shall put a limit on the number of "yes" RSVP replies that is larger than the actual room size, but hopefully not too large. I shall try harder to send a message or messages before each meeting to remind people to un-RSVP if they cannot come, and I shall count the actual number of attendees to each meeting and monitor the situation.

Raspberry Pi Foundation (new HQ)

37 Hills Road · Cambridge

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    What we're about

    We get together once a month to talk about anything related to the Python programming language.

    Anyone who is interested in Python is welcome, whatever your level of knowledge (we're very happy to help with questions from those just learning the language), and for whatever purpose you use it.

    We meet on the first Tuesday of each month at 7.00pm at the Raspberry Pi offices (37 Hills Rd, Cambridge CB2 1NF). We normally stop about 9.30pm, and go on to the pub.

    We have a mailing list at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/campug , and meetings are also announced on the UK Python mailing list.

    We have a code of conduct at https://github.com/campug/organisational/blob/master/CodeOfConduct.rst , which describes what is or is not acceptable behaviour of members (basically, be kind and considerate of others).

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