[Python-il] PSF-funded Python sprints in Israel?
aantny at gmail.com
Sun Feb 27 14:22:40 IST 2011
I can take part if the sprint is on a Thursday night.
On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 12:00 PM, <python-il-request at hamakor.org.il> wrote:
> Hello folks,
> Today I chatted with Jesse Noller <http://jessenoller.com/>, who is one of
> the people pushing the PSF's Python Sprints
> <http://pythonsprints.com/>project. We were both excited about the
> idea of having a PSF-funded Israeli
> Python sprint.
> What this means is that a bunch of us can get together and hack on a
> Python-related project, and the PSF will fund the pizza/drinks/whatever
> we'll need, up to $300. We will also take photos and make a post about our
> sprint on the Python Sprints blog <http://pythonsprints.com>. There are
> already posts there about sprints in the USA, South Africa, Canada,
> Switzerland, etc., and I feel that some Israeli representation is in order.
> The subject of the sprint can really be anything that benefits the Python
> ecosystem. A few examples: Porting Django (or any other project) to Python
> 3, contributing to popular Python packages, contributing to Python core
> itself, whether by code, documentation, bug triaging, whatever you want.
> See the official call for applications <http://pythonsprints.com/cfa/> for
> more details.
> Would anyone be interested in participating in such a sprint? I'll be happy
> to hear suggestions for Python projects that you want to work on.
> My favorite suggestion: Porting Pip to Python 3!
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