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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.

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Starting and Running a User Group

There are two mailing lists for organizers of user groups, if you are interested in starting and running a user group:

(1) The [http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/group-organizers Group-organizers] mailing list supports people starting and running user groups.

(2) The [http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/usergroup-advocacy Usergroup-advocacy] mailing list is looking at building tools and resources useful for user groups.

Also, please consider posting news from your user group on the [http://python-groups.blogspot.com/ Python User Group Blog]!

Geographical Breakdown of User Groups

Asia

China

India

Japan

Korea

Russia

* [http://www.mediaprofit.ru Russian Plone/Zope User Group] - Russian Zope/Plone/Python user group. Most popular community site for russian speaking users.

  • [http://pydev.ru Russian Python Site] contains forums for discussing Python in Russian, list of Russian python sites and python news aggregator.

* [http://www.bensen.ru Russian Plone/Zope User Group] - Russian Zope/Plone/Python user group. Most popular community site for russian speaking users.

Taiwan

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.kwpug.org KWPUG] - the Kitchener/Waterloo Python User Group - just starting July 17, 2006.

  • [wiki:WinniPUG WinniPUG - Winnipeg Python Users Group] - active since December 2005.

Caribbean

Europe

Belgium

  • [http://www.p3b.org Python Blanc Bleu Belge] French speaking Python and Zope User Group based in Charleroi, Belgium. Initiated the Euro Python Conference in 2002.

France

  • [http://www.afpy.org AFPY] Association Python Francophone, French Speaking Python & Zope User Group

Czechoslovakia

Germany

Hungary

  • [http://www.python.hu/ Hungarian Python Site] Contains Hungarian translations of Python tutorials and manual and much more. Good starting point for new Hungarian Python users.

Ireland

Italy

The Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Slovenia

Spain

Turkey

Ukraine

United Kingdom

Latin America

Middle East and Africa

USA

California

Colorado

Georgia

Illinois

Iowa

Kentucky

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Missouri

Nebraska

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New York

North Carolina

  • [http://trizpug.org/ TriZPUG]: The Triangle Zope and Python User Group in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill (Research Triangle) area of North Carolina, USA.

Ohio

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Virginia

Washington


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