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  • SprintIsraelAugust2008

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    1 = Django testing sprint on UTC+3 in Tel-Aviv, Israel, on August 17, 2008 =
     1= Django testing sprint in Tel-Aviv, Israel, on August 17, 2008, 10:00 (UTC+03) =
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    33We'll be holding a Django testing sprint in Tel-Aviv University campus, Schreiber building, room 319,
     
    1313See [wiki:Sprints] for information about how sprints work, how you can participate, etc.
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    15 Anybody, anywhere around the world, can participate and contribute.   We'll be gathering in person in Tel-Aviv, but if you can't make it you can also help out through IRC.
     15Anybody, anywhere around the world, can participate and contribute. We'll be gathering in person in Tel-Aviv, but if you can't make it you can also participate through IRC.
    1616Knowing python really helps; here's a [http://www.python.org/doc/2.5.2/tut/node3.html simple tutorial].
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    1919We will focus on two types of users: first timers and experienced users. First timers can either show up or use IRC to get instant help from the experts.
    2020
    21 Experienced Django users can help by:
     21=== Tasks for experienced Django users ===
    2222
    23  * refactoring an existing project to 1.0 rc
    24  * start a fresh project on top of 1.0 rc
    25  * set up a day of work with a friend and help him as he learns django 1.0 rc
     23 * Refactoring an existing project to 1.0 rc
     24 * Start a fresh project on top of 1.0 rc
     25 * Set up a day of work with a friend and help him as he learns django 1.0 rc
    2626
    27 === Community Requirements ===
     27=== Community requirements ===
    2828
    2929 * [http://groups.google.com/group/django-developers/browse_thread/thread/7ac36f61e5ef7613/725741ba93fa3271 Steven Holden wants better testing bots]
    30  * Improving testing-bot performance, start from #8318
     30 * Improving testing-bot performance; start from #8318
    3131   
    32 == Attendees ==
     32=== For the less experienced ===
     33
     34 * We'll give Q&D introductions to Python, Web programming, etc, if beginners want any.
     35 * We'll study Django (critically, in-depth), mapping the territory, "using the source, Luke", experimenting, and telling the world about it all.
     36 * Gain experience in using lots and lots of tools while working...
     37
     38And, of course, all must have fun. This is absolutely required.
     39
     40== Attendance ==
     41
     42Do come! And bring your geeky friends, too.
     43T'will be a great opportunity to learn, discuss and code with some kick-ass Django and Python experts. (Well, at least one. ;o)
     44And lots of fun!
    3345
    3446If you plan to participate in the sprint, add your name to the [#Roster roster] below.
     
    5264("Supporting" how?)
    5365
     66== Equipment ==
     67
     68 * Portable?
     69 * Snacks, caffeine, chocolate, et al
     70 * Camera
     71 * Hat and high spirits. (Hat's optional.)
     72
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