We are very interested in holding a Sprint/Open Spaces conference.  I am
'ccing Jonathan who is interested in doing something in this regard as well.
 We talked about it yesterday in fact :)  We can bring it up at the next
PyAtl meeting if there is continued interest.

On Fri, Mar 28, 2008 at 1:35 PM, Tres Seaver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

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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.
> Tres.
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