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Re: [python-189] Your Python Meetup Group (RESPONSE REQUESTED)

From: Eric W.
Sent on: Monday, September 15, 2008 8:21 AM
Hi Marcus,
On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 1:26 AM, Marcus Phillips
<[address removed]> wrote:
> Hello Python Enthusiasts,
>
> I've stepped up to continue organizing of the SF Python meetup group, and
> first things first I would love some insight into what you, the community,
> would like to see happen with it. Any feedback you can provide about the
> following few questions will really help me get moving in the direction that
> best suits everyone's interests.
I'm interested in sharing knowledge and experiences using Python.  I'm
an independent contractor in San Francisco and Python makes up the
bulk of the code I write.  I occasionally go to the BayPIGgies
meetings, now hosted by Google in Mt. View.  The meetings are usually
quite good but it is a long drive.  So, I'm hoping for something like
the BayPIGgies meetings but here in San Francisco.


> 1) How many of you were planning around this month's meetup scheduled for
> Tuesday? The system automatically deleted it when the organization changed
> hands, and unless there's a revolt, I'm going to leave it off the schedule
> in favor of properly organizing the next one. I will send out an email as
> soon as I have details sorted out for it.
Sounds like a good plan to me.  I can't attend a meeting tomorrow night anyway.


> 2) What are you primarily using Python for?
Web application development in the Energy Industry.


> meetings on topics that interest everyone the most. Are there any emerging
> Python technologies or projects that you would particularly like to hear a
> presentation about? Do we have many Python newcomers who are interested in
> workshops on language fundamentals? As for the gurus among us, what would
> you be interested in seeing at the meetings?
I always enjoy seeing presentations about how others are using Python
in their day-to-day work, no matter the level.  Those talks seem to
touch on many different aspects of Python and how they relate to
getting work done.


> 3) Is anyone affiliated or acquainted with a company that would be
> interested in hosting or sponsoring an event?
Unfortunately, no.  My office is too small to accommodate a meeting.


Thanks for taking the lead.

Eric.
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