Retraction: Re: Seeking rides from/to SF tonight?

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Retraction: Re: Seeking rides from/to SF tonight?

Hy Carrinski
A big thank you for the ride offer.

I must retract my request. There is a gaming conference at my
workplace today, and apparently I can spend the evening exploring
dozens of mobile games (Lolapps etc.) just a few minutes from my home.
I think that the conference is full though
(http://gamingmixerparisoma.eventbrite.com/)

I would be very interested to read any materials that arise from the
discussion tonight.

See you (all) next month!
Hy

On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 12:11 PM, Hy Carrinski <[hidden email]> wrote:

> The BayPIGgies meeting tonight promises to be informal and interesting.
>
> I am looking for a ride to the meeting tonight, leaving from SF (or a
> BART station)
> around 5pm or 6pm. I am also independently wishing for a ride back to SF
> (or a BART station) leaving around 8:30pm or so. I am hoping to leave
> a little early:
> need some rest after a fun time with folks from the sfpython meetup last night
> and to prepare for a red-eye to Boston tomorrow.
>
> In addition to chipping in for gas and food, I can offer thoughtful
> discussion of
> PyCon 2012 tutorial choices, growing pains with CoffeeScript, and current
> thoughts on Django. Spontaneous conversation works for me to, but
> caveat emptor.
>
> Summary of tonight from jim's email appears below.
>
> Cheers,
> Hy
>
> December BayPIGgies meeting: Thursday, December 15, 2011: What Is
> Pythonic?
>
> Speaker Marilyn Davis
>
> Abstract:
>
> Marilyn will give a clear, succinct, and hopefully, thought-provoking,
> definition for the word "pythonic".  She'll explain a few concepts that
> help you to produce pythonic code. And, using her definition, she will
> give code examples and pythonic ratings, from 0 to 10, for various
> snippets of code.
>
> We'll leave time for others to share their snippets of code. So bring
> any code or thoughts that you consider to be particular pythonic, or
> un-pythonic, or that just leave you curious.  We'll try to work
> together to pythonisize any code example, and put a rating on it.
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