(Opposite "Sequential Code in an Event-Driven World", "How to Build an Air-Traffic Control System", and "Acceptance of XML in the Python Community")
What is DivMod? Why do you need it?
Bring your Python questions or library/package questions and we'll answer them together.
(Opposite "Python for Series 60 Phones", "PyLucene: Pulling Java Lucene into Python", and "Yarn: Working with Messages in Diverse Formats and Protocols")
3D Graphics & Rendering BoF
(Opposite "Improving Python's Memory Allocator", "Advanced Server-Side Programming in Jython", and "Documentation Costs Avoided Using Python and Other Open Standards")
NewPB: Twisted's next-generation RPC layer
What is it? What's new? When the bleep will it be ready?
Discussion of future plans for python.org changes
(Opposite "Happy Hooking: Designing Software for Extensibility and Customization", "Fast Networking with Python", and Lightning Talks)
Python in the Financial Industry
How to get Python more widely accepted. What's missing? Timeseries database?
(Opposite "Envisage - An Extensible Application Framework", "Streaming Python", and Lightning Talks)
Python in Geographic Information Systems?
Are you using Python to leverage GIS applications? Any work or interest in Open GIS Consortium projects?
(Opposite "pyblosxom: A Microkernel Approach to Blogging", "The Personal Internet Endpoint: Twisted and Peer-to-Peer", and "Conference Feedback: What Worked and What Didn't"
Building the Money module specification.
Past OpenSpaces (with links:)
(Opposite "An Introduction to Building Chandler Parcels" and "Studying African Lions")
Framework and tools for publishing automation workflows
Building Number Theory Software
I am designing and implementing a system for number theory computations using Python. The goal is to create something like SciPy, but for number theorists (hence also cryptographers?). For more details, see http://modular.fas.harvard.edu/SAGE/ (310 Back)
Integrating Java into a Python Application Using JPype
I will give a brief demo on how JPype can be used to integrate the Lucene full text search engine into a Python application. (307 Front)
AVAILABLE (307 Back)
(Opposite "Cross-Platform Desktop Applications" and "Profiling and Visualizing")
Youve learned the language, now what? A discussion about getting beyond the basics. (310 Front)
AVAILABLE (310 Back)
Building a Database to record the growth of things like OS Bounties, Grants, and Python Solution Providers. (307 Front)
AVAILABLE (307 Back)
(Opposite "Keep it simple with PythonCard" and "The Roundup Issue Tracker")
Xen Relay-Secure: Python Execution for Servers
A framework for market-based untrusted code execution with Xen, Twisted, and NewPB (310 Front)
Web CMS show and tell
Adrian Holovely, Jacob Kaplan-Moss, Simon Wilison
We'll show you our CMS framework (used for newspaper sites). You show us yours! (310 Back)
Python on a Phone: Series 60 BoF
Mainly about PyGro SQL development + insfljkelkj plus general discussion of DB adapters
(Opposite "Database Applications with Schevo" and "Breaking the Rules of Commercial Software Development")
A quick'n'dirty Python IPC mechanism
I show a simple set of classes that allow different Python programs to send to each other using UNIX sockets. I'll show the implementation code and elicit feedback on how to make it better for communications between > 2 processes.
(Opposite "Dabo" and "The Complete File System")
Python as a first language
Jeff Elkner, Chuck Allison
How to use Python to introduce beginners to CS.
See notes at PythonAsaFirstLanguage
(Opposite "Durus: A Persistence System" and "How to Insure Your Book Collection")
SchoolTool & CanDO
Tom Hoffman, Alan Elkner
(Opposite "Black Magic" and "PyChinko")
Ed Leafe, Paul NcNett
BoF Python Implementations
- Holger, Jim
(Opposite "Descriptors", "Rule-Driven Software", and "Indexing the US Patent Database")
More on PythonCard that couldn't be covered in 12:00 session: future, documentation, wxPython.
GPG Key Signing Session
Hypertoons with VPython
HyperToons: continuous play in randomly linked network of animations