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**Project Info**

Project URL: http://www.python.org/

Sprint Leader: Brett Cannon

Accessing the source and docs:

- See http://www.python.org./dev/faq/ on how to access the source.
- See http://www.python.org/dev/ for developer documentation.
- See http://docs.python.org/dev/ for Python documentation under
  development.

Developer pointers can be found from http://www.python.org/dev/

**PyCon Details**

There will be a [http://us.pycon.org/2008/sprints/ tutorial] on developing and sprinting on Python's core Sunday evening at 16:40 (4:30 PM) for up to three hours. Details from how to find where something is in the code to best practices will be covered. If you are not familiar with core development please plan to attend the tutorial!

An email prior to PyCon (most likely be a couple of weeks) will be sent out stating what is expected of participants before they attend. This essentially consists of having Subversion installed along with a checkout of the code and a proper compiler installed on your laptop. Instructions on how to do this will be in the email.

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* John Doe (deletethisline at nomail.net) Please leave your name and email in some form.

* Brett Cannon (brett _ python.org : all 4 days)
* Sean Reifschneider (jafo@tummy.com)
* Travis Oliphant (oliphant@enthought.com : first 2 days)

Sign Up for a Sprint!

Are you interested in sprinting in this project? Great!

Please add your name below, include your email address.

If you're not sure which project to join, you can register in the generic sprint sign-up page.

See you at PyCon!

Project Info

Project URL: http://www.python.org/

Sprint Leader: Brett Cannon

Accessing the source and docs:

Developer pointers can be found from http://www.python.org/dev/

PyCon Details

There will be a [http://us.pycon.org/2008/sprints/ tutorial] on developing and sprinting on Python's core Sunday evening at 16:40 (4:30 PM) for up to three hours. Details from how to find where something is in the code to best practices will be covered. If you are not familiar with core development please plan to attend the tutorial!

An email prior to PyCon (most likely be a couple of weeks) will be sent out stating what is expected of participants before they attend. This essentially consists of having Subversion installed along with a checkout of the code and a proper compiler installed on your laptop. Instructions on how to do this will be in the email.

Sprinters

Please leave your name and email in some form.

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