With similar levels of compulsion and blackmail as applied to selecting our
esteemed Release Managers, it has fallen to me to organise our core developer
sprints this year.
Of course I’ll be choosing a location with maximum convenience for myself,
which means we are going to be in Redmond, Washington this year at the main
So far, I have locked in dates and a building. Assuming no disasters, we will
have Microsoft Building 20 for our (almost) exclusive use from September 10th
until the 14th. This is a set aside building for guests, which should mean no
NDAs are required, and we’ll have a large space to use with a small kitchen and
a few conference rooms.
That’s all the detail I have right now, but since it's being held a week later
than the last two years I wanted to let people know the dates. Attendance will
be by invitation with essentially the same criteria as in past years, but
invites will come later (likely during or after PyCon US, but if you need
confirmation of whether you’ll be invited earlier for travel/visa reasons,
email me off list).
Feel free to email me if you have any questions or requests. But if you start
creating too much work for me, I’ll consider that your application to join the
organising committee :)
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