The PSF board meeting minutes from March 9th, 2016 are now available online:
We are also pleased to announce that we've added another blog post
writer to the team: A. Jesse Jiryu Davis. Welcome to the team, Jesse!
And a huge thanks to Mary Ann Sushinsky who has written over 60 blog
posts for the PSF – we're looking forward to her 100th post!
Jesse's first two blog posts highlight the first quarter 2016
Community Service Award recipients, Jacqueline Kazil & Damien George.
Congratulations and thank you, Jackie & Damien!
In my last email to you all, we announced that we hired an IT Manager.
Meet Mark Mangoba & learn more about what he'll be working on here:
On the PSF blog, you will also find a guest post by Nicholas Tollervey
about the BBC micro:bit launch with MicroPython: One Million Children!
The PSF provides grants for development, conferences, workshops, and
The following grants were approved since the last board meeting,
totalling $16,325 USD.
- PyLadies Toronto
Amount: $180 USD
- PyLadies Sao Paulo
Amount: $30 USD
- PyLadies SF
Amount: $90 USD
- Helsinki PyLadies Sprint
Amount: $250 USD
- Django Girls Harare Worksphop
April 9, 2016
Amount: $750 USD
- DjangoGirls OAU
Obafemi Awolowo Univeristy, Ile Ife, Nigeria
April 15-16, 2016
Amount: $800 USD
- SciPy Latin America
May 16-20, 2016
Amount: $2000 USD
- Nashville Technology Council Python Camp
Amount: $2500 USD
- PyCamp Argentina
February 19-20, 2016
Amount: $600 USD
- CS@SC Summer Camp
University of Southern California, USA
Amount: $3125 USD
- Afro-Django Initiative
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology
Mbarara University of Science and Technology
April & May, 2016
Amount: $1000 USD
- DjangoCon US
July 17-22, 2016
Amount: $5000 USD
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