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Django sprint in Austin, TX on August 15, 2008
We'll be holding a Django development sprint on The University of Texas at Austin campus (room and building are to be determined) on August 15, 2008. If attendees are interested, we can also carry the sprint over to Saturday.
This sprint will be focused on preparing the 1.0-rc release (see 1.0 roadmap). More details will be posted here and announced on django-dev as we get closer to the time of the sprint.
What's a sprint? How do I participate
See Sprints for information about how sprints work, how you can participate, etc.
Anybody, anywhere around the world, can participate and contribute. We'll be gathering in person in Austin, but if you can't make it you can also help out in IRC.
You can find all the gory details on the Sprints page.
If you plan to participate in the sprint, add your name to the roster below. We have space for around 100 attendees.
For directions to campus, visitor parking information, accommodations, Austin events, etc. see:
If you have any questions, please contact gary.wilson@…
So that everyone knows who'll be there, please add your name below along with the day(s) you are interested in attending.
- Gary Wilson (Fri & Sat)
- Robert Myers
- Stephen Zabel (Friday)
- Norman Harman (Fri, perhaps Sat)
- David Hoover (Friday)
- Jeremy Dunck (Fri & Sat)
- David Gouldin (Fri & Sat)
- Malcolm Tredinnick (probably) (Fri & Sat)
- Rock Howard (Fri, perhaps Sat)
- Jeff Wheeeler (probably)
- Ian Seyer (probably) (Fri & Sat)
- Casey Marshall (Fri & Sat)
- Justin Bronn (Fri & Sat)
- Jacob Kaplan-Moss (maybe)
- Russell Keith-Magee (GMT+8)
- Andrews Medina
Note : If the server calls you "Spam", while trying to add your name to the list; Go to settings (top right next to "Login") and add your name and email. Once you click save you should be able to edit without a problem.