"We are developers and technologists for libraries, museums, and archives who are dedicated to being a diverse and inclusive community, seeking to share ideas and build collaboration." https://code4lib.org/about/
Open to all everyone interested in the coding, deployment, and design of library software, systems, and web services. This local chapter of Code4Lib, known as Code4LibNYC, aspires to channel the spirit of the national organization. We were formerly known as the "Library 2.0" SIG at METRO. We want to provide a forum for people who code for libraries to discuss their ongoing projects.
This spring, we are focusing on planning a Python event. As a first step, we are going to attend the New York City Python Meetup's weekly project night on Wednesday March 27 to learn more about Python and meet some people from the New York Python community. Please join us! All skill levels are welcome, from complete newbie to skilled programmer.
Python is lightweight, easy-to-learn programming language used for a wide variety of projects in the library-archives-museum domain, from metadata remediation to building custom web applications.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you plan to attend, you need to RSVP at the New York City Python Meetup event page: https://www.meetup.com/nycpython/events/cwpcspyzfbkc/
Note also the New York City Python Meetup's code of conduct guidelines: