[PySide] PySide sprint, June 28 & 29

Guillaume Baty guillaume.baty at wanadoo.fr
Sun Jun 23 11:53:16 CEST 2013

Will the conferences or chat in IRC be registered ?
>From Europe,  there is a big time difference (at least 7hours) so it will be 
quite hard to follow it directly.
I am very interested in the first part "help developers get familiar with the 
C++ parts of the implementation". A written summary or recorded 
visioconference would be very great!


Le vendredi 21 juin 2013 18:04:01 John Ehresman a écrit :
> [This is repost of the PySide sprint announcement; I hope that people
> who aren't in Austin can join us on IRC]
> We'll be having a PySide development sprint at the SciPy conference,
> which will be in Austin, TX.  The sprint will be on Friday and Saturday,
> June 28 & 29 with a planning / kickoff meeting the night before on June
> 27.  The website for the conference is at
> http://conference.scipy.org/scipy2013/  If you can't make it to Austin,
> we will be active on the #pyside IRC channel during the sprint.  The
> sprint is scheduled to run from 9:00 to 6:00 Austin time.
> One of the main goals of the sprint is to help developers get familiar
> with the C++ parts of the implementation so they can submit patches and
> otherwise help out with PySide. The more developers who are able to get
> over the initial learning curve of the project and have the skills and
> the desire to help out, the easier it will be to keep the project moving
> forward in the future. Python developers who use PySide in their
> applications will also be welcome, but focus of the sprint will be on
> fixing bugs and improving the C++ implementation.
> John
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