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Category: Montréal Python
8 years ago

Author Pior

Upcoming Sprints

We plan to sprint a few time in the coming weeks. Here's our schedule: Thursday 2010-07-29 (packaging) Tuesday 2010-08-03 (Django translation, cancelled) Thursday 2010-08-05 (packaging, at Google Montréal) The first two sprints will be at Brasseurs Numériques, at 1124 Marie-Anne, suite 11, the last packaging sprint will be at ...

Category: Montréal Python
8 years ago

Author Yannick

Sans-Flash Videos of Montréal-Python

At last, you can go watch the videos of the Montréal-Python presentations, including the lightning talks, on the dedicated presentations page. So far, we have: Montréal-Python 1 David Goodger on Polyform Puzzler Montréal-Python 2 Cyril Robert on Scripting Asterisk with Python and Yannick Gingras on a live demo of PyQt ...

Category: Montréal Python
8 years ago

Author Pior

Packaging sprint #3

During the last packaging sprint, we were kind of clueless. Tarek Ziade is coming to the rescue, and will be coaching us live from Dijon, France. Thanks to his support and the many questions you will be able to ask him, we hope we can bring some real improvements to ...

Category: Montréal Python
8 years ago

Author Mathieu

Videos of Montréal-Python 10

It took some time, but at last, the videos of Montréal-Python 10 are finaly online. It took some time but the waiting was well worth it because our new video editing pipeline is a lot more efficient and it allows us to not only publish the main presentation but the ...

Category: Montréal Python
8 years ago

Author Pior

The new Montréal Python wiki

Some of you may have noticed that last week a new 'Wiki' link popped up on our blog's top menu bar. We wanted to have a wiki for a few reasons: RSVP'ing for sprints. Keeping an archive of past events, eventually with links to presentation slides, etc. Having ...

Category: Montréal Python
8 years ago

Author Cyril

Second packaging sprint wrap-up

Attendance at the second packaging sprint was very good with a total of eight showing up: Pior Bastida Alexandre Bourget Nicolas Cadou Yannick Gingras Mathieu Leduc-Hamel George Peristerakis Cyril Robert Jean Schurger Tarek was kind enough to coach the beginning of the sprint remotely and to produce a list of ...

Category: Montréal Python
8 years ago

Author Yannick

Packaging Sprint #2

Thanks to Tarek's coaching during the last packaging sprint, many of us were able to undertake a journey deep into the Python packaging internal and to hack some code that is now widely deployed, such as the PyPI site itself. This is great and we don't want to ...

Category: Montréal Python
8 years ago

Author Yannick

Django translation sprint #4 on 2010-05-03

Given the popularity of the last Django translation sprints, we decided to keep going. The next sprint will be on 2010-05-03 at Brasseurs Numériques' office: 1124 Marie-Anne, suite 11,  Montréal, QC H2J 2B7 We warmly thank Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie for supporting the event with food and drinks for ...

Category: Montréal Python
8 years ago

Author Cyril