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 * [http://pyar.decode.com.ar/ Python Argentina]: Community portal, job list, monthly meetings, sprints, etc.  * [http://pyar.decode.com.ar/ PyAr - Python Argentina]: Community portal, job list, monthly meetings, sprints, etc.
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 * [http://www.python.de/ Deutsch web site] contains forums for discussing  * [http://www.python.de/ Deutsche web site] contains forums for discussing
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Python User Groups are sometimes called PIGgies, for Python Interest Group meetings. The term PIGgies was coined by the Bay Area PIGgies group.

If there isn't an organized user group for your area listed on this page, check the list of [http://python.meetup.com/ Python Meetups] and see if there's a Meetup in your area.

USA (west to east)

Australia

Canada

  • [http://opag.ca/ OPAG] - Ottawa Python Authors Group. A group devoted to learning, using and providing resources for Python. OPAG also serves as a general gathering place for Python programmers from the Ottawa region and beyond.

  • [http://web.engcorp.com/pygta PyGTA] - the Toronto Python/Zope User Group meets regularly to explore the expanding world of Python and Zope.

  • [http://www.vanpyz.org/ VanPyZ] - Vancouver Python/Zope.

  • [mailto:bradb@bbnet.ca Brad Bollenbach] is organizing a group in Montreal.

International

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