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Introducing a way to tell NYC Python what you want to see

From: David C.
Sent on: Thursday, May 21, 2009 5:03 AM
Hey all,

Interested in expressing your opinion on what topics we should discuss
at future meetings?  Want to give a lightning talk but are not sure
what you know about that others are interested in?  Want to check out
a fun little side-project I've been working on?

Then you should check out the NYC Python Topickr!


This is a side project that Justin Lilly, Hugh Brown, Ben Beecher and
I worked on during the hack night (and that I've spent time on outside
of that).  It's still very rough around the edges, but it's usable.
If you've got an idea or 5 about a topic you'd like to a) present on
or b) hear about, this is the perfect place to enter it.  You can be
sure your opinion will get attention because, well, it's my baby.

One more time:  http://www.nycpyt...­
1) register
2) type something in the big box
3) click create
4) reap good karma rewards.


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