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There is room for arranging sprints from Thursday 30 June to Sunday 3 July. By special arrangement, it is possible to have sprints before the conference and sprints that extend beyond 3 July. You can even have sprints in the downstairs cafeteria area during the conference.
If you plan to arrange a sprint, please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with a description of the sprint as well. We are going to need volunteers to help with some logistical issues. Read more at this URL: http://www.europython.org/sections/sprints_and_wiki/dates_for_sprinting
Z3ECM sprint: See discussions on Z3lab.org
PyPy sprint: The Pypy team will hold an open sprint 1 July - 7 July. The main focus will be on code generation for the Pypy Python interpreter, though there will still be interesting tasks implementing CPython modules in Python.
- Money sprint: Facundo Batista will run a sprint to implement a Money datatype, built on top of the new Decimal datatype.
PloneOrgMigration sprint: Alexander Limi will lead the migration effort to move plone.org to Plone 2.1 in preparation of the official release.
TwistedSprintEuropy2005: twisted and/or nevow hacking: Tv, mg, tic, who else?
PloneSeleniumSprint: Maik Röder proposes a Plone Selenium sprint with the goal of implementing the initial Functional Testing Plan for Plone.
- CMFEditionsSprint: Continue hacking on CMFEditions (from the 30 of June to 2nd of July)
There are a couple of areas at the conference site that are suitable for BOFs. You can also place a BOF in the Student Union house.
Conference write-ups and blogs
Here's a collection of blogs about the conference.
Michael Sparks (Looks like the talks I attended have a low cross over with those Reinout described )
There are many fun things you can do in Göteborg before and after the conference, and they get even more fun if you do them together with other conference participants.
Questions, hints and tips about where to stay, and requests for sharing.
Question: Is it possible to sleep at the university on air mattress and sleeping bag? This would be a nice and cheap alternative for poor students. Furthermore, this could provide a quite nice working atmosphere in the night. Is it possible to get a room for that purpose?
Response: No, it is strictly forbidden to stay overnight in any location within the university. There are nightguards ensuring that this policy is followed.
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Slides & Papers
Kamaelia - Paper describing Kamaelia (content should give you a good idea of the content of the talk).
So few presentations? any sources for more???
We are planning a BBQ Sunday evening at the SGS Veckobostäder. This is an informal affair, with the target time of 7PM. However, people might gather beforehand. The BBQ pits are in the middle of the SGS complex, near the '320's.
If you are interested, please email Aiste Kesminaite (aiste at pov dot lt) or Paul Everitt (paul at zope-europe dot org) and tell us what time you plan to arrive.
Map for getting to SGS. The Pit is in the center of the area.
Feedback, comments and ideas
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Offers of help
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