Lennart Regebro <rege...@gmail.com> writes:

> OK, I've run out of steam for this run of trying to port zc.buildout
> to Python 3. I got pretty far, in fact. Of course, if we wait too
> long, somebody will make big changes, and all will be messy and the
> branch will rot and we might as well start over. :-) So I want to
> avoid that, and get some help on zope.proxy and zc.buildout to finish
> the ports.
> The best way to do this is a sprint. And there are loads of small
> tasks to do as well, such as test zope.hookable and zope.i18nmessage
> on Plone and ZTK to make sure nothing breaks (even though each modules
> tests pass), merge and release it. Also finish the Python 3 port of
> zope.testing/zope.testrunner. All these are small and fairly easy
> tasks that I'm sure somebody else interested could do.
> I hope to attend PyCon, so that would be an option. Otherwise we have
> to do an online sprint, which with irc and skype/google phone should
> be doable. I'd havetime for that in January, I think.
> Of course, if people want to come to Krakow for a sprint I would be
> happy host it. But you'd have to pay for plane tickets yourself. And
> hotels, unless you want to sleep on my floor. :-)
> Who would be interested in a sprint, when, where and how?

I'd be interested in remote sprinting.  I'm available now, FWIW.


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