Hello Atlanta Pythonistas!
Well, it's a bit late, but I've pushed up my talk on PyGame, along with code samples, to our github repository. I've had a couple of questions about it, so here's where you can find the info:
Remember, you don't have to use git to retrieve these, if you're not familiar with it. You should be able to simply browse github and look at or download whatever you like.
For those of you who gave talks last Thursday or in the preceding months, please try to provide myself or one of the other organizers with your materials for your talk, if you're willing! I can certainly handle pushing them up to github for you if you'd prefer I do it, or if you're familiar with github already, feel free to fork our repo and send us a pull request. The general structure I've been following is like:
Just so the directories are easy to sort by time. If you just want to send me a zip file of your slides, code samples, or whatever you have to my email, I can certainly just put them in the right place for you. If you can provide a very short little README markdown file to provide a quick explanation of the materials from your talk, that's even better!
If you prefer not to have your materials on github because you prefer another host, or you prefer to keep it on your personal blog or something, that's fine too! Just provide me a quick README markdown file with a link to your materials and a short description and we can use that as a little placeholder.
I may not get to push your materials or pull your pull requests immediately, but I'll do my best to keep on top of that so folks who haven't been to a meetup can see what we do, and folks who miss a meetup can hopefully still get a little out of your talk.
Thanks again, and see you at the next meeting!