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Call for Speakers - Montréal-Python 54: Virtualized Utopia

Montreal Python - jeu, 08/27/2015 - 23:00

It's back to school so, at Montréal-Python, we are preparing for the first event of the season!

We are back every second Monday of the month, so our next meeting will take place on Monday, September the 14th at 6:30pm at UQÀM.

For the occasion, we are looking for speakers to give talks of 5, 10, 20, or even 45 minutes.

Come tell us about your latest discoveries, your latest module, or your latest professional or personal realizations. It is your chance to meet with the local Python community.

Send us your propositions at mtlpyteam@googlegroups.com

When:

Monday, September 14th 2015

Schedule:
  • 6:00pm — Doors open
  • 6:30pm — Presentations start
  • 7:30pm — Break
  • 7:45pm — Second round of presentations
  • 9:00pm — One free beer offered at Bénélux just across the street
We’d like to thank our sponsors for their continued support:
  • UQÀM
  • Bénélux
  • w.illi.am/
  • Outbox
  • Savoir-faire Linux
  • Caravan
  • iWeb
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PyCon Canada: Call for Speaker is ending soon

Montreal Python - mar, 08/11/2015 - 23:00

Pythonistas,

The Call for Proposals for PyCon Canada 2015 is ending soon. We've heard that they have been receiving many amazing proposals. It is quite exciting to see the Canadian Python community all together again in November in Toronto.

If you have not yet submitted a talk or had not considered giving one, please be aware that talk slots can be either 5-10 minutes or 25-30 minutes, so whether you have a long form presentation or a quick lightning talk, it is quite exciting and looking forward to see your talk. A few suggestions: something Python related that you find interesting, something you’ve been working on, a tool that you have found helpful, tips and tricks you’d like to share, or ways in which you’ve used Python poorly, but would like to save others the same pain would all be great talks! Submissions are due by this Friday, August 14 so please get yours in today!

As well, if you are interested in running a tutorial session on your favourite topic. Please get in touch with the PyCon Canada team at proposals@pycon.ca.

The PyCon Canada team is also actively seeking sponsors to help make this event possible. Sponsoring PyCon Canada 2015 is a great way to foster and strengthen your ties with the community, so please reach out to sponsorship@pycon.ca.

Please share the word!

And you have need any help at creating your proposal please reach us at mtlpyteam@googlegroups.com

For more informations about PyCon Canada 2015, please have a look at the website at https://2015.pycon.ca/.

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Inter-community BBQ

Montreal Python - dim, 07/12/2015 - 23:00

You must also register on Eventbrite in order to participate to this event. There will be an attendance list at the event.

This year, We are inviting you with YulDev to invites you to its inter-community BBQ, in collaboration with HTML5mtl, Laravel Montréal, PHP Québec and PyLadies Montréal (and perhaps a few others!), as well as our current sponsors (let us know if you want to participate).

The event will take place at the Jarry Park, in the picnic area closest to the corner of St-Laurent and Gary-Carter.

The 5$ fee will be used to cover the expenses. Hot-dogs (100% beef ans vegetarian) will be served, as well as a few beverages. If you want, you can also bring your own drinks and chairs.

In case of rain, the event will be held the next day, on Sunday the 26th (check your email on the morning of the 25th). See you soon, on an afternoon of networking under the sun!

When

Saturday July 25th 2015 at 12:00pm

Where

285 Rue Gary-Carter, Montreal, QC (map)

How

Please register on eventbrite at: http://tinyurl.com/yulbbq15

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Code Sprint Odoo on July 27th

Montreal Python - lun, 07/06/2015 - 23:00

The organizers of Odoo Montreal Meetup are organizing a code sprint on Odoo on Monday July 27 at 5:30.

Many tasks and subjects are going to be proposed but don't hesitate to add yours to the list::

  • Canadian localisation
  • Quebec Pay
  • Translation

Thanks to confirm your interest and your place in advance on:

http://www.meetup.com/Odoo-Montreal/events/223675145/

Please note that they are also organizing next Wednesday a meeting where they will discuss about the Quebec Pay system module:

http://www.meetup.com/Odoo-Montreal/events/223500956/

See you there

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Montréal-Python End of Season Social Meeting

Montreal Python - dim, 05/31/2015 - 23:00

Summer is coming and Montréal-Python is taking some well earned vacations. It's been an amazing spring and what better way to end this great season of Python in Montréal than to celebrate with you over a beer or two with our friends from Benelux on Sherbrooke?

Come and share your favorite Python moments with us. We'll have a couple of tables under the name of Montréal-Python, our sponsors will be there with us, lots of Pythonistas and you too :)

PyCruise 2016 or PyCon 2016

Thanks to our sponsors, we'll also have some special prizes, one (1) person will win a ticket for one of those Python event:

a) PyCruise 2016, an amazing PyCon ON A SHIP, a round trip of Python presentations and awesomeness* !

b) PyCon 2016, the biggest Python event, next year will be at Portland (OR)

When:

Monday, June 8th, 2015

Where

Benelux 245 Sherbrooke West http://brasseriebenelux.com/sherbrooke https://goo.gl/maps/9aF7c

How

Just come !

Schedule:
  • 6:00pm until you want
We’d like to thank our sponsors for their ongoing support:
  • UQÀM
  • Bénélux
  • w.illi.am/
  • Outbox
  • Savoir-Faire Linux
  • Caravan
  • iWeb

*Please note that start point of PyCruise is from New York City, it is your own responsability to join the meeting point. More details online !

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Epic Lameness

Eric Dorland - lun, 09/01/2008 - 17:26
SF.net now supports OpenID. Hooray! I'd like to make a comment on a thread about the RTL8187se chip I've got in my new MSI Wind. So I go to sign in with OpenID and instead of signing me in it prompts me to create an account with a name, username and password for the account. Huh? I just want to post to their forum, I don't want to create an account (at least not explicitly, if they want to do it behind the scenes fine). Isn't the point of OpenID to not have to create accounts and particularly not have to create new usernames and passwords to access websites? I'm not impressed.
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Sentiment Sharing

Eric Dorland - lun, 08/11/2008 - 23:28
Biella, I am from there and I do agree. If I was still living there I would try to form a team and make a bid. Simon even made noises about organizing a bid at DebConfs past. I wish he would :)

But a DebConf in New York would be almost as good.
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