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  • SprintIsraelAugust2008

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    1 = Django testing sprint on GMT-2 in Tel Aviv, Israel on August 17, 2008 = 
     1= Django testing sprint on GMT-2 in Tel-Aviv, Israel, on August 17, 2008 = 
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    3 We'll be holding a Django testing sprint on Tel-Aviv University campus  room 319 in schreiber building  
    4 on August 17, 2008 - [http://www2.tau.ac.il/map/unimapl1.asp map].  If attendees are interested, we can also carry the sprint over to Monday. 
     3We'll be holding a Django testing sprint in Tel-Aviv University campus, Schreiber building, room 319, 
     4on Sunday, August 17, 2008.  
     5See [http://www2.tau.ac.il/map/unimapl1.asp map]. 
     6If attendees are interested, we can also carry the sprint over to Monday. 
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    6 This sprint will be focused on testing the 1.0-rc release (see [VersionOneRoadmap#schedule 1.0 roadmap]).  More details will be posted here and announced on django-dev as we get closer to the sprint. 
     8This sprint will focus on testing the 1.0-rc release (see [VersionOneRoadmap#schedule 1.0 roadmap]).   
     9More details will be posted here and announced on django-dev as we get closer to the sprint. 
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     11("GMT-2"? Woot? Local time is, BTW, UTC+03.) 
    712 
    813== What's a sprint? How do I participate? == 
     
    1015See [wiki:Sprints] for information about how sprints work, how you can participate, etc. 
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    12 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 in IRC. Knowing python really helps, here's a [http://www.python.org/doc/2.5.2/tut/node3.html simple tutorial]. 
     17Anybody, 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. 
     18Knowing python really helps; here's a [http://www.python.org/doc/2.5.2/tut/node3.html simple tutorial]. 
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    14 This sprint will examine the behavior of django players to test if '''1.0 release candidate''' is ready.  We will focus on two types of users: first timers and experienced users. First timers can either show up or use the IRC to get instant help from the experts. 
     20This sprint will examine the behavior of Django players to test if '''1.0 release candidate''' is ready.   
     21We 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. 
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    16 Experienced django users can help by: 
     23Experienced Django users can help by: 
    1724 
    1825 * refactoring an existing project to 1.0 rc 
     
    2633== Roster == 
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    28 So everyone knows who'll be there, please add your name below along with the day(s) you're interested in attending. 
     35So that everyone knows who'll be there, please add your name below along with the day(s) you're interested in attending. 
    2936 
    3037=== In Tel Aviv === 
     
    3340  * Meir Kriheli (Sunday, not sure about Monday) 
    3441  * Golan Derazon  
     42  * Ilan (anytime, anywhere) 
    3543 
    3644=== Supporters === 
     45 
    3746 * rimon from isoc.org.il 
    3847 * eddiea from tau.ac.il 
    3948 
     49("Supporting" how?) 
    4050 
    41 '''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 e-mail. Once you click save, you should be able to edit without a problem. 
     51('''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 e-mail. Once you click save, you should be able to edit without a problem.)