PIG in Melbourne (Re: [Python-au] (no subject))
anthony at interlink.com.au
Wed Jan 28 05:25:15 CET 2004
The "problem" with a Python interest group is finding something that
Python users have in common, aside from a vague sense of pity for those
poor C++ coders <wink>.
A talk on Web frameworks isn't going to interest someone working in
the gaming area. A talk on scripting games isn't going to interest
someone writing database or reporting tools.
I'd be curious to know how well the python mini-conf went at the
linux conference in Adelaide. It might be feasible to organise a
one-day conference with a wide variety of papers, rather than trying
to pick individual topics that are going to only appeal to a subset
Anthony Baxter <anthony at interlink.com.au>
It's never too late to have a happy childhood.
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