[Python-il] [pyweb-il:136] Next pyweb: hackfest and unconference?
igazit at gmail.com
Wed Jan 21 12:39:58 IST 2009
At our last meeting I felt that we didn't have enough time to get to
hacking and informal discussion. The presentations were great -- but I
want more time for people to share experience and hack on code.
I'd like to try out a different format for the next meeting. No
monolithic presentations by anybody. Just hacking and ad-hoc
discussions. People should come with questions ("Does anybody have
experience with high-availability django solutions?"), and discussions
will form around topics -- either people will have knowledge to share
or it will be an opportunity for people with common interests to do
some research together.
If you have a subject you've done research about lately and would like
to share your experience, then throw a topic on the whiteboard so
interested people can group together for a discussion.
As for hacking, I know there are projects I would like to work on with
others -- fulltext searching with django, for example. I suggest that
people share topics of interest in a wiki before the meeting as
hacking is better when everybody is already familiar with the
Thoughts? This kind of meetup requires very little preparation -- just
a space and a time. I'm happy to do it at google or at TAU or any
other space with wifi, power, and enough tables.
Let's get it rolling! How about 1st week of february?
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