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Leipzig Python User Group - Archive 2007

Eleventh Meeting, Tuesday January 9, 2007

We met on January 9 at 8:00 pm at the training center of Python Academy in Leipzig, Germany. Stefan Schwarzer gave his presentation about Trac. He used the trac-site of ftputil that was created and is maintained by him. The demonstration at a life site was impressive. The discussion about the presentation was followed by an exchange of ideas about Python and its relation to other programming languages. This covered both Lisp and FORTRAN and then some.

The next meeting will be on February 13, 2007. The topic will be announced soon.

Twelfth Meeting, February 13, 2007

We met on February 13 at 8:00 pm at the training center of Python Academy in Leipzig, Germany. We talked about Pyrex and its application to performance critical applications. We achieved run time improvements with Pyrex that exceed the factor of ten for codes that involve lots of numerical computations.

The next meeting will be on March 13, 2007. The topic will be Python for scientific applications.

Thirteens Meeting, March 13, 2007

We met on March 13 at 8:00 pm at the training center of Python Academy in Leipzig, Germany. This time our main topic was Python for scientific applications. The discussion focused on Python's abilities for data input. We looked at YAML and the implementation of the serialization formats in Python PyYAML.

The next meeting will be on April 10, 2007.

Fourteens Meeting, April 10, 2007

We could welcome two new people. We had interesting discussions. Our conlusion: Django is better than PHP.

Stefan Schwarzer gave his presentation Speed up your Python code again, because we asked him to do so.

The next meeting will be on May 8, 2007.

Fifteens Meeting, May 5, 2007

Philippe Morath gave a very interesting talk about programming of mobile phones with Python on the S60 platform. Slides are available in German ( Mobiltelefonprogrammierung mit Python). First he gave an overview of mobile phones and the S60 platform as well as possibilties of programming mobile phones. He explained installation and use of Python S60 on a mobile phone. Next, he talked about using Python S60 in the emualtor. Finally, he showed simple examples for applications and gave an overview of the PyS60 API.

There was a stimulative discussion about possibilties of application. Localization of mobile phones war one of the main discussion topics.

Again, we could welcome to new attendants, who actively took part in the discussion.

The next meeting will be on June 12, 2007.

Sixteens Meeting, June 12, 2007

We had a new attendant. There was an interesting discussion about different topics. Our impressions that Python is more and more widely used for web programming. Even long-time PHP-user can not explain how they could manage to work so long without Python. "Python fits your brain" describes it nicely.

The next meeting will be on July 10, 2007.

Mike Mueller will give his talk Parallelisierung von Pythonanwendungen mit Python Remote Objects (PYRO) (slides are in English).

Seventeens Meeting, July 10, 2007

Mike Mueller gave his talk Parallelisierung von Pythonanwendungen mit Python Remote Objects (PYRO) (slides are in English). The talk showed that distributed computation doesn't need to be complicated.

One of the topics of the disscusion was our workshop in September.

Eighteens Meeting, August 14, 2007

We talked about the workshop on September 7. Other topics included advantages and disadvantages of different web frameworks, Python publications in different magazines, and current Open Source projects of the participants.

The next meeting will be on October 9, 2007. The September meeting is replaced by the workshop.

Nineteens Meeting, October 9, 2007

We wellcomed a new attendee. Main topices were Nevow and Twisted. Markus Zapke-Gruendemann presented a example application with Nevow. This trigged a fruitful discussion about Nevow how to build a application with it. Furthermore, we discussed the capabilties of Twisted diskutiert.

The next meeting will be on November 13, 2007. Julian Moritz will give a presentation titled "Django - Ein- und Ausblicke".

Twenties Meeting, November 13, 2007

Julian Moritz gave an interesting presentation about Django. The meeting was well attended. We had alively dicussion about features of Django often compared to other webframeworks.

The next meeting will be on December 11, 2007.

Twentyfirst Meeting, December 11, 2007

Again we could welcome new people. The invitaions through XING work out nicely. An interesting discussion devleoped. In addition to ubiquitous web applications we also talked explicitly about usage of Python in other fields. This included scientific applications as wells as network performance tools.

The next meeting will be on January 8, 2008.

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