[Marketing] Help Getting Started - Python Talking Points and Meetings
james at jamesbishop.ca
Fri Mar 18 19:41:07 UTC 2016
On Tue, 2016-03-15 at 14:33 -0400, Justin W. Flory wrote:
> On 03/12/2016 09:40 AM, Matthew Miller wrote:
> > On Sat, Mar 12, 2016 at 08:53:35AM -0400, James Bishop wrote:
> > >
> > > 1. After reading through the TRAC, the project that interests me
> > > is the
> > > Python talking points. That said, I'm unsure as to how exactly to
> > > go
> > > about getting involved.
> > Probably the easiest thing is to start a wiki page and put a basic
> > outline together, and start collecting ideas there.
> Hi James!
> To help build off of what Matt suggested, there's definitely some
> for you to help with this. We had started discussing this in the
> meeting, and we had actually put out the idea of having a meeting
> dedicated to only this topic.
> Anyways, in terms of what you can do to help, I'm assuming you're a
> developer using Python. What are some things that make you <3 Python
> Fedora? Starting off with things that make developing easier for you
> a great way to generate some ideas about things people can talk
> Python in Fedora. Is there a tool or package you use that simplifies
> getting started or saves a lot of time? Is it something unique to
> (bonus points if yes, but don't rule it out even if it's not unique
> An idea I was thinking would be to contact the Python SIG and see
> their interest in organizing another Porting vFAD day would be like
> (last time, over one weekend, several contributors and guest
> helped port Python software from Python2 to Python3).
> Do you have any ideas of ways we can market Python in Fedora to
> If so, feel free to list off any of your own ideas too, either here
> in the ticket.
> Let us know if you have any other questions!
> Justin W. Flory
> jflory7 at gmail.com
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The biggest question I have right now is whether I need to be a part of
the marketing group to log in to the other sites. I have an FAS
account, and the CLA has been signed, but when I try to sign on to the
TRAC, I get a "you are not allowed here" message, and the wiki tells me
that my login info is bad.
As for what I <3 about Python in Fedora, I would say that it comes down
to the fact that the packages I need are in the repos, so I can manage
everything with one package manager, and the ease of transition to RHEL
instances. That said, I didn't really choose Fedora as a Python
developer, but as someone who appreciates free software and Fedora's
stance on it.
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