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EuroPython 2019 Sprints

Please add your sprint suggestion to the list below. If you intend to provide more than a brief description or have a discussion about the sprinting goals, feel free to add a new Wiki page for such purposes, using a name like EuroPython2019/MySprint.

Group/Topic

Approx. number of people

Room (see "Sprint locations" below)

Contact

CPython

Any number

TBD

python-dev (at) python.org or steve.dower (at) python.org

pygame

Any number

TBD

rene@pygame.org , the pygame discord #contributing channel

BorgBackup

Any number

TBD

Thomas Waldmann tw@waldmann-edv.de

MoinMoin Wiki

Any number

TBD

Thomas Waldmann tw@waldmann-edv.de

PyPy

Any number

TBD

Ronan Lamy

Bokeh

Any number

TBD

Mateusz Paprocki

Python-powered pen plotter

Any number

TBD

Daniele Procida daniele@vurt.org

emlearn

<10 people

03.N.01

Jon Nordby <jononor@gmail.com> https://github.com/emlearn/emlearn

Data tooling (e.g. pandas, scikit)

Any number

TBD

Let's try to close some issues in data tools we use and love! If you haven't done this before we'll help you with your first pull request. If you did come and help someone else do it :). See pandas scikit, geopandas or arrow issues. Rok Mihevc rok@mihevc.org

PyFooBar

5 people

03.N.01

FooBar Project foobar@example.com

Sprint Locations

The sprints will take place in the FHNW.

Please see EuroPython 2019 Sprint Venue for details.

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