[TIP] PyCon 2011 TiP Open Space

Jesse Noller jnoller at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 14:02:14 PST 2011

On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 12:39 PM, Terry Peppers <peppers at gmail.com> wrote:
> And so it begins ...
> Well, PyCon is a couple of months away so I figure now is the time to
> start thinking about how we want to do the Testing in Python Open
> Space. I'm pretty conflicted on this whole thing, 2009 for those of
> you who were there was small, concentrated. 2010, on the other hand,
> was triple the size and expansive.
> So here were are for 2011, and what do do. Really, the one thing that
> I'm most concerned about is (1) turnout and (2) space. I think it
> would be dumb to assume that we'll have as crazy turnout as we had in
> 2010, but then again word gets around and really who doesn't like
> seeing Titus mock every presenter? The second item is space, we can
> take over rooms again downstairs in the conference center, I bet we
> could ask the hotel to remove one of the walls to double the size of
> the room that we were in last year. People did kick around the idea of
> using a ballroom, but I don't know the logistics of that besides
> asking Jesse Noller or Van Lindberg about how to make that happen.
> Consider this an open thread on what you'd like to see for 2011 TiP
> and what should be improved.
> - t.

Oh, TiP BoF. How I barely remember thee.

I will get us the space we need. The TiP BoF was such a highlight of
last year, I will abuse my position as co-chair to do whatever it
takes to make sure it gets the treatment it deserves :)


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