[triangle-zpug] topics, we got 'em - April Speaker/Meeting?
crodgers at baydata.com
Tue Apr 27 15:23:29 CEST 2004
I am just learning about Zope and the introduction would be useful for me.
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[mailto:triangle-zpug-bounces at python.net] On Behalf Of Mark R. Biggers
Sent: Tuesday, April 27, 2004 9:09 AM
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Subject: [triangle-zpug] topics, we got 'em - April Speaker/Meeting?
Have you cancelled the meeting? May I suggest some topics
- what are you doing with Python - "round-table" discussion
- what are you doing with Zope - "round-table" discussion
- what are you doing with Jython - "round-table" discussion
- (substitute "are your interests in" above)
- Production software engineering "secrets" in Zope (or) Python
for Python, I can imagine: logging, exception handling tips,
signal-handling, running Python scripts as services on Windoze
(sorry), X-platform GUI toolkit tips, doing X-platform Python
for Zope? Well, how to effectively develop in Zope ... !
http://audible.transient.net/zope/ :^) :^)
... fronting Zope with Apache, scaling Zope, using Zeo effectively
I've just completed a talk on "Introduction to Zope" for regional Linux
Users Groups here, but it's too introductory for TZPUG, I think.
In my experience with being active in LUGs, any time we didn't have a topic,
the best way to proceed was to go ahead and meet, and do the following
"what is your name, organization, and what is your interest in
Linux" - everyone around the room talks
It always got things going well for that meeting, and got folks interested
enough to keep coming back.
My 2 pfennigs,
biggers at utsl.com
Tom Bryan writes:
> Hi, all. I've been quite busy so far this year, and I haven't had time
to set > up speakers for our meetings. Now, it doesn't take much effort if
I have > some volunteers, so...
> Any volunteers?
> Our regular schedule would have us meeting on > April 28 > May 26 >
June 23 > July 28 > August 25 > > If no one volunteers for next week's
meeting by Friday, I'm going to cancel > the April meeting.
> By the way, we're also not bound to the "speaker gives a talk and then we
all > hang out and chat about Zope/Python stuff" format. We've tried a
couple of > other meeting formats. Attendence has generally been best when
we have a > scheduled speaker, but if you want to try something different,
feel free to > suggest something. We'll take a group vote and maybe try it
for one meeting.
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