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Django sprint(s), Nov 13 2010

Django users from Argentina will be holding one-day Django sprint(s) on Saturday November 13:

  • Facultad de Matemática, Astronomía y Física Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Córdoba, Argentina
  • Capital Federal, Buenos Aires, Argentina (location to be decided)
  • (add your location if you plan to host/sponsor another sprint)

According to the Django roadmap, Django will be on post-alpha bug fix/minor feature implementation season for the 1.3 release, so this sprint will largely be focused on fixing bugs to help with that release planned for January 2011. That said, if you want to do feature work we won't discourage people who are interested in working on new features for releases post 1.3.

Sprints are a great place to start contributing to the Django project, no previous experience is necessary. Just show up.

What's a sprint? How do I participate?

See Sprints for information about how sprints work, how you can participate, etc. In particular:

  • Make sure you have an account in the Django trac (this one) so you emailaddress isn't published and available for spammers harvesting.
  • We will be in #pyar on IRC (freenode servers), and possibly somewhere else (but the meeting point is #pyar). Make sure you have an IRC client and an account configured.

Anybody, anywhere around the world, can participate and contribute. If you can't make it you can also help out in IRC.


To be completed once we have confirmation of the amount of hours assigned to the venue reservation (we asked for 9AM - 7PM).

Getting there


  • Machinalis is helping with things like the venue for the Córdoba sprint.


If you're planning to participate sign yourself up here:

In Córdoba

  • Ramiro Morales (cramm)
  • Matías Bordese (matiasb)
  • Walter Alini (walteralini)
  • Put your name here

In Capital Federal

  • Iván Raskovsky (rasca)
  • Andrés Osinski
  • Joni Bekenstein
  • Put your name here


  • Put your name here
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