Thursday, September 30, 2004


PythonCard Coding Sprint

The Seattle Python Interest Group (SeaPig) is hosting a NorthwestPythonSprint in Bellevue, Washington on October 23rd and 24th. Brian Dorsey invited me up to help run a PythonCard sprint as part of the festivities. I'll be giving a presentation on PythonCard Saturday morning as well as helping people work on their own PythonCard projects, fix bugs, and make additions to the framework and tools. Which projects we tackle will depend on how many people show up and what interests them the most. Recently, I've been porting Flash animations and simulations to PythonCard, so I would be interested in doing some more of that, but I expect I will probably spend most of my time coaching other people.

The sprint is free, so if you can make it to Bellevue, I encourage you to attend and learn how to do some GUI programming. Pleae sign-up on the wiki and send me an email if you are planning to attend. See you there!

I expect to release PythonCard 0.8.1 in the next few weeks before the coding sprint.


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