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If anyone is interested, here is a website on running Django apps on Raspberry Pi: http://djangopi.com/
0 · March 6, 2013
I am very interested, thanks for sharing!
Is there someone who is filling some time before Chip?
If not, I'd be happy to whip up a 15 - 20 minute talk on something... maybe boto, matplotlib, or something else 'data'-y.
0 · January 23, 2013
Trent, that'd be great. We don't have anything else planned other than Chip's talk.
Trent, I don't think we've met, but do you go to the R user's group? There's a lot of interesting conversation there about all things data.
Andrew, sounds good, I've just repurposed something else.
Frank, I am aware of it, but haven't attended one yet. They seem to have some interesting topics to I need to go one of these days.
0 · January 24, 2013
Frank, what R group do you mean? I've searched for one in KC, on Meetup and the r-project site, but didn't find any. I'd be interested. And would like to hear about using matplotlib and such, too. Sorry I missed last night's meetup!
0 · January 25, 2013
I'm not Frank, but http://groupspaces.co...
1 · January 25, 2013
That's the one! It's a small group- I've been once or twice and it was maybe four or five people. However, there was good conversation and people showed off some nice projects.
0 · January 26, 2013
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Is anyone driving in from Lawrence or Topeka? I'm trying to sort out a new car but not sure I'll be done- would be happy to contribute gas for the trip.
Wish I could be there guys- Chip rocks and I'm sure it'll be fun.
I'm curious if anyone has used the Salt Stack (http://saltstack.org) ? It's conf mgmt written in python (vs puppet, chef, & cfengine). It was featured in Linux Journal 11/2012. There's even https://github.com/saltstack/salty-vagrant for those who want to use it with Vagrant.
It does require the 0MQ (http://www.zeromq.org) Mesg Queue. I've read lately 0MQ has a fork "Crossroads I/O" (http://www.crossroads.io) over trademarks. The fork is supposedly better, and offers a 0MQ drop-in replacement feature for backward compatibility and unencumbered licensing.
On the 0MQ -> Crossroads I/O fork reasoning:* http://lwn.net/Articl... * http://www.infoq.com/...
I took a very brief look at salt; I don't recall why I put it aside. I also hope to look more at ansible, based on http://www.mnot.net/b...
I vote @Chip Warden to talk :) love raspberry pi
I'll do a presentation on using the Raspberry Pi as a personal web development server, but I'll need to go second; I don't know if I'll be there until after 7:00.
1 · January 18, 2013
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I have a couple of great Python jobs in KC right now!!
0 · January 15, 2013
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