On 22 Feb 2003, Ian Bicking wrote:
> I'm definitely going to PyCon, and I'd definitely be there for a sprint
> if it happened. There's a ton of stuff that would probably be good
> sprint material -- a user management and security framework for
> I don't know how many of the most active developers will at PyCon or
> available before it (?). But then, I get the impression one of the
> ideas behind a sprint is for people who haven't been as involved to give
> it a go.
I'll definitely be there, and if we have critical mass for a sprint,
I'll be doing that, because there's a lot of Webware stuff I'd like to get
done but haven't :) Being forced to sit in a room for two days with other
Webware programmers will help :)
 I've found out that "critical mass" for a sprint is 2-3 interested
people, so, technically, we're there. Although the more the merrier, so if
there are any other Webware folk out there wanting to show up and willing
to sprint, speak up soon.