Monday, June 11, 2007

Argentina conference: Santa Fe Python Day

Facundo Batista posted a report on the Santa Fe Python Day, held on Saturday June 9 2007. The PSF was one of the conference sponsors. $500 were donated. Facundo writes:
It was very successful. Around +300 people assisted, and there were a lot of interesting talks (two introductory talks, Turbogears, PyWeek, Zope 3, security, creating 3D games, Plone, automatic security testings, concurrency, and programming the OLPC).
[Facundo Batista's original post]

Thursday, June 07, 2007

Supporting Python user groups

Advocacy coordinator Jeff Rush has created some new mailing lists and resources for usergroup organizers, described in his post to the Python Advocacy weblog. To summarize: Jeff also suggests that groups can market themselves by writing articles or recording video of presentations at their meetings. Please see his post for more.