All-

I'm very upset that I couldn't make it either. I also would be happy to read any notes that came out of the BoF sessions.  

If you get around to discussing the web site and/or integration of the Jython book, I'd definitely be happy to help out with adjustments or changes that are agreed upon.  I think that we should make direct links in the Jython documentation to certain parts of the book.  I also think that we can include some direct links to hot topics in the book from within the "Using Jython" section on the front page of jython.org...any thoughts?

Lastly, I have a vested interest in the clamp project/proxy classes, etc.  If there is anything I can do to help make it move forward then I'd be happy to hear about it.

Enjoy the conference.

Best

Josh Juneau
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Twitter ID:  javajuneau


On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 9:14 AM, Alan Kennedy <jython-dev@xhaus.com> wrote:
[Jim]
> We are having two bird-of-a-feather sessions for Jython tonight (Fri 7pm)
> and tomorrow (Sat 6pm) here at PyCon in the open space. Here are just some
> of the topics for us to discuss:

Hi to all.

I'm sorry I can't be at PyCon this year, and wish you all the best for
a successful conference.

I'd be delighted to read any reports of how the BoF sessions went.

Regards,

Alan.

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