PyCon 2007: the prelude

Published: February 22, 2007. Filed under: Django, Meta, Python.

So, I’m in Dallas, eagerly awaiting the beginning of the non-tutorial bits of PyCon 2007; I got here around 4:15PM (after a lovely flight where I was inadvertently bumped to first-class), and already things are rocking; I just got back from dinner and drinks with some folks who are doing really cool stuff with and to Django. Already got some interesting ideas and things to continue fleshing out, and I’ve got another four days to spend here.

If anyone’s looking for me, I’m lounging in my room in the Courtyard Mariott down the street (not that that’ll help, because there are four Marriotts within a couple blocks of here, but ping me on IRC and I’ll be happy to help you figure out which one).

1AM: Just got back from lounging around with Robert Brewer and a couple other frameworks folks. Judging by the conversation tonight, there may not be as much blood at the frameworks panel as was previously hoped for. However, I’ve threatened to wield fresh fruit.