Jack Jansen <Jack.Jansen@...> writes:
> On Monday, Mar 24, 2003, at 10:54 Europe/Amsterdam, Michael Hudson
>> I seem to have gotten landed with running a track at the upcoming
>> EuroPython conference in Charleroi in June 2003, and I'd love for it
>> to contain a talk on PyObjC (or maybe general Python/OS X integration
>> Could anyone here give such a talk? (more details at
> I was thinking of submitting a talk on MacPython-OSX in general, but
> I still have to check how the dates fit my agenda, and whether my
> budget allows it.
Please do! If you submit it to the Python Language track, it has a
fairly good chance of being accepted <wink>.
As Just says, EuroPython last year was cheap and fun (well, it was
expensive for me because I contrived to lose my glasses, but...).
> If there was also a talk on PyObjC that would make a nice split, and
> would allow the two talks to each focus on their own subject,
> whereas if there was only one talk it would have to cover a lot of
> material of the other as well...
That'd be cool. What's the point of running a track if you can't
schedule talks you want to hear?
In general, I'd recommend injecting LSD directly into your temples,
Syd-Barret-style, before mucking with Motif's resource framework.
The former has far lower odds of leading directly to terminal
insanity. -- Dan Martinez