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Re: [nycpython] Looking for speakers re: Python 2 to 3

From: Julian B.
Sent on: Thursday, September 27, 2012 2:36 PM
You know, every month I look at the NYLUG Meetup email hit my inbox and
say "I will eventually go to one of these", but it hasn't happened yet.

Maybe this'd motivate me :).

Depending on scheduling, I would be happy to give this.

Not sure if Brian's on this list? If not I've CC'ed you directly, you
can get in contact with me in private if you'd like.


On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 02:26:33PM -0400, Gloria W wrote:
> From Brian Gupta: [address removed] :
> I am one of the organizers for the New York Linux Users Group, and I
> am responsible for arranging talks/speakers for our monthly general
> meetings.
> We meet at Google's Chelsea Market offices on the 2nd Thursday
> evening of each month.
> I've started planning for next year, and have been looking to have one
> of our monthly meetings cover what's new in Python in the 3.x
> series. (Basically what's changed since 2.6/7 and why people should
> migrate, and what issues they might run into.)
> Would you guys know someone who would be interested in giving this
> talk, or know how I might go about finding someone to give the talk?
> You can find out more about our group at the following locations:
> http://www.nylug....­
> http://en.wikiped...­
> http://www.meetup...­
> Thanks,
> Brian
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