[kwlug-disc] Scripting in Linux and unit.d
bjonkman at sobac.com
Wed Jan 25 14:20:34 EST 2012
Mike, your wish is granted! ("Darn! Any Wednesday but the 2nd of the
month :( ")
I've chatted (by e-mail) with Albert O'Connor, and he's planning a
Waterloo Python Users Group planning meeting on Thursday, 9 February
2012, 7:30pm at Death Valley's Little Brother (drinking
establishment?). It's a planning meeting, don't expect to be coding or
Sign up for the WatPy mailing list at http://watpy.ca
On 12-01-23 06:15 PM, Albert O'Connor wrote:
>> Hey Bob,
>> Thanks for emailing me.
>> The current WatPy mailing list is announcement based.
>> The first event on the 9th (I am also hoping meeting with people on
>> the 8th) is for people who are interested in helping to shape and run
>> WatPy. There are many things such as group could do including helping
>> people to learn Python and host discussion lists for people with
>> different levels and types of interest in Python.
>> So there aren't any firm plans about teaching Python, I would be
>> personally interested facilitating it, I am just not sure what the
>> right approach is. Possibly a 3 hour introductory session followed by
>> meeting where people can ask questions if they get stuck.
>> As for including on the WatCamp list, I would love for you to add it.
>> I don't think we are going to be overwhelmed with too many people.
>> Can you include a description something like this:
>> WatPy Drinks is a casual gathering of people interested in forming and
>> running a Python group in the Waterloo Region. If you are simply
>> interested in hearing about the events we end up running please join
>> our mailing list at watpy.ca
On 12-01-08 12:37 PM, Michael Savage wrote:
> Darn! Any Wednesday but the 2nd of the month :(
> On 08/01/2012 12:19 PM, Darcy Casselman wrote:
>> A gentleman named Albert O'Connor is interested in starting up WatPy,
>> a local Python user group. He's tentatively scheduled Wednesday,
>> February 8 as the date of an initial organizational meeting. I don't
>> have any other details, but I'll let him know there's interest here.
>> On Sun, Jan 8, 2012 at 12:09 PM, Michael Savage<msavage at golden.net>
>>> I am interested.
>>> On 08/01/2012 3:33 AM, Bob Jonkman wrote:
>>>> Charles McColm and I were recently bitten by the
>>>> "We-want-to-be-Python-programmers" bug. On Friday at Ubuntu Hour we
>>>> met a
>>>> fellow from London (ON). Sadly, my memory has lost its parity bits
>>>> and I
>>>> don't recall his name. Maybe "Mars" on the Ubuntu IRC channel?
>>>> Anyway, he's
>>>> a professional Python programmer, and he said he might be willing
>>>> to come
>>>> back to guide some of us newbies towards a life of Pythony
>>>> goodness. He
>>>> suggested we start with Mark Pilgrim's "Dive Into Python" or Zed A.
>>>> "Learn Python The Hard Way".
>>>> Is there interest in learning Python within the ranks of KWLUG?
>>>> All we
>>>> need is a project to work on... The KWPUG group seems to be
>>>> defunct, but we
>>>> can strike out on our own.
>>>> Dive Into Python http://www.diveintopython.net/
>>>> Learn Python The Hard Way http://learnpythonthehardway.org/
>>>> KWPUG http://kwpug.org
>>>> Ubuntu Canada IRC channel irc://irc.freenode.net/#ubuntu-ca or
>>>> John Van Ostrand<john at netdirect.ca> wrote:
>>>> [...] Python seems to be one of the more recently popular
>>>> scripting. With
>>>> add-ons it's used for Fedora admin Gui programs. It also handles
>>>> threading well and has lots of other add-on modules.
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