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percious wrote:
> Hi all,
> This year the TG clan is trying to bring the WSGI community together 
> and have some planned sprints with host cities across the US. While
> the goal is really to push TG2 forward, we cannot do it without help
> from the greater WSGI community. Getting everyone together through
> remote connections and in person is a great way to move the ball
> forward. I am posting this because I think Repoze has similar goals
> with a fine Zope patina. I thought the coordination between the TG
> Authority guys, and repose.who is great, and I would love to see more
> collaboration in that spirit. The rest of this message is what has
> been sent to the greater TG community.
> Time we start thinking about an April sprint.  Let's see if we can
> knock off the last few items an get TG2 at alpha.  What Saturday or
> Sunday next month will work best for you?  I propose April 25 or 26.
> Once we settle on an April date, I will ask the Front Range Pythoneers
> if we can use their establishment for a localized sprint.  The third
> week is a good one to use because our meeting happens every third
> wednesday, so it gives me an opportunity to advertise our sprint.  We
> usually pick up 3 or 4 programmers here in Boulder.
> Does anyone want to be a host city for April or May?  In fact, I would
> like to narrow down host cities for the rest of the year.

I think the PyATL guys had plans for a WSGI sprint in Atlanta in May.
Noah, Brandon, can you confirm?

> Personally, I'd like to host a TG/Pylons/WSGI sprint in Denver/Boulder
> the last weekend in June.  This is a great time of year for hiking and
> general exploring.  There is very little avalanche risk in the
> mountains, the snow gullies are firm and crampon-able, and the nights
> are still cool, even if the days are warm.  I'd be happy to take a day
> before and/or after the sprints off and show people around.  I can
> also offer up my humble abode, as I will probably be sending my wife
> and children to visit relatives out of town.  I'll even feed/beer
> anyone who wants to stay here.   I'll have 4 beds available.  Denver
> is central to the US, so flights are cheap, and I'll even pick
> everyone up at the airport if you all coordinate to meet in the same
> 3-4 hour period.  (we can kick off with some beers at the airport
> while waiting for arrivals (free wi-fi there).)

Our June travel bugdet, along with most of our neurotransmitters, is
likely to be depleted by the Plone Symposium in New Orleans ("I'll sleep
on the plane" were his famous last words ;).

> Feel free to email me personally if you are interested.

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