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File sprintinfo/Paris-2005-sprint.txt

-PyPy Sprint in Heidelberg 10th - 16th October 2005 
-==================================================
-
-The next PyPy sprint will take place in Paris at Logilab's office
-in France from the 10th to the 16th of October 2005 (both days included). 
-
-To learn more about the new PyPy Python implementation 
-look here: 
-
-    http://codespeak.net/pypy 
-
-
-Goals and topics of the sprint 
-------------------------------
-
-Now that version 0.7 has been released, it is time for refactoring and planning
-of the next features.
-
-For these reasons the main topics of this sprint will be on
- - threading and GC
- - refactoring and translation features
- - discussing about the upcoming JIT, optimizations and stackless features 
-
-
-Location & Accomodation  
------------------------- 
-
-The sprint will be held in Logilab's offices in Paris. The exact address is::
-
-  10 rue Louis Vicat
-  75015 Paris
-
-We'll provide WLAN connection and there is a small kitchen to make tea
-and coffee.  `See here`_ for a map of the area nearby.
-
-There are two metro lines and three bus lines that stop close to Logilab's:
- - Metro line 12 : stop "Porte de Versailles"
- - Metro line 13 : stop "Malakoff plateau de Vanves"
- - Bus 89 or 58 : stop "Carrefour Albert Legris"
- - Bus PC1 : stop "Porte de la Plaine"
-
-Those are more or less within 5 minutes walk.
-
-There is a huge number of hotels_ in Paris, all of which are
-unfortunately rather expensive. Here is another site for `hotels en France`_.
-
-It should be no problem to reach the sprint venue from anywhere in
-Paris using public transportation. However it would be better to find
-accomodation in the southern districts (14th, 15th) or in the nearby
-towns (Malakoff, Vanves) not far from Paris. Another good choice is to
-find an hotel near one of the metro line above. (avoid long bus trips
-as it takes more time.)
-
-Looking at the map here: hotels_, the area you should look at is
-between (3) and (6), (5) is still ok.
-
-
-As an alternative you could also try to group (4 or 5 people) and try
-to rent a furnished appartment for the week. Almost all announces from
-French websites come from `Lodgis agency`_. They are rather expensive
-but most of the time it can be cheaper than hotels. For the more
-adventurous you can look on the french site pap_ which lists rental
-ads. (select appartements, d�partement=75, arrondissements=15,14,13)
-
-For transportation we strongly recommend the public transportation
-(metro and buses).  There are weekly tickets (monday to sunday) from
-15.70 euros (Zone 1-2). You need a picture (ID format) and ask for a
-*Carte Orange*.
-
-Don't get the tourist's cards which are more expensive and valid only
-for 5 days.  Also note that zone 1-2 won't pay for your ticket from
-the airport and is valid only (mostly) inside Paris. If you arrive by
-plane this will be most probably at Roissy airport and from there you
-can take the RER line B to Paris for about 8 euros.
-
-.. _`See here`: http://www.logilab.com/contact
-.. _hotels: http://www.hotel-paris.net/index-hotels-English.htm
-.. _`hotels en France`: http://www.0800paris-hotels.com/
-.. _pap: http://www.pap.fr/immobilier/offres/offre-location-vacances.asp
-.. _`Lodgis agency`: http://www.lodgis.com/ 
-
-Exact times 
------------
-
-The Pypy sprint is held Monday 10th October - Sunday 16th October
-2005.  Hours will be from 09:00 until 20:00. It's a good idea to
-arrive a day before the sprint starts.
-
-Network, Food
-------------- 
-
-There are plenty of restaurants and sandwich places around and a big supermarket for those
-who would rather make their own food.
-
-You will probably need a wireless network card to access the network but we can provide
-ethernet cables for those who don't have one.
-
-
-Registration etc. 
------------------ 
-
-Please subscribe to the `PyPy sprint mailing list`_, introduce
-yourself and post a note that you want to come.
-
-Feel free to ask any questions there!  There also is a separate  
-`Paris people`_ page tracking who is already thought
-to come.  If you have commit rights on codespeak then
-you can modify yourself a checkout of 
-
-    http://codespeak.net/svn/pypy/extradoc/sprintinfo/paris-people.txt 
-
-.. _`Paris people`: http://codespeak.net/pypy/index.cgi?extradoc/sprintinfo/paris-people.html 
-.. _`PyPy sprint mailing list`: http://codespeak.net/mailman/listinfo/pypy-sprint
-

File sprintinfo/paris-2005-people.txt

View file
+
+.. _`Paris Sprint`: http://codespeak.net/pypy/index.cgi?extradoc/sprintinfo/Paris-2005-sprint.html 
+
+People coming to the `Paris Sprint`_ 
+==================================================
+
+People who have a ``?`` in their arrive/depart or accomodation
+column are known to be coming but there are no details 
+available yet from them. 
+ 
+=================== ============== =====================
+    Name             Arrive/Depart     Accomodation 
+=================== ============== =====================
+Ludovic Aubry       10/10 - 16/10  Private
+Adrien Di Mascio    10/10 - 16/10  Private
+Jacob Hallen        ?              ?
+Laura Creighton     ?              ?
+Beatrice Duering    ?              ?
+Armin Rigo          ?              ?
+Samuele Pedroni     ?              ?
+Holger Krekel       ?              ?
+=================== ============== =====================
+
+People on the following list are likely to come and were
+present at the previous sprints: 
+
+=================== ============== =====================
+       Name         Arrive/Depart  Accomodation 
+=================== ============== =====================
+Carl Friedrich Bolz ?              ?
+Niklaus Haldimann   ?              ?
+Eric van Riet Paap  ?              ?
+Richard Emslie      ?              ?
+Anders Chrigstroem  ?              ?
+Christian Tismer    ?              ?
+Anders Lehmann      ?              ?
+=================== ============== =====================

File sprintinfo/paris-2005-sprint.txt

View file
+PyPy Sprint in Heidelberg 10th - 16th October 2005 
+==================================================
+
+The next PyPy sprint will take place in Paris at Logilab's office
+in France from the 10th to the 16th of October 2005 (both days included). 
+
+To learn more about the new PyPy Python implementation 
+look here: 
+
+    http://codespeak.net/pypy 
+
+
+Goals and topics of the sprint 
+------------------------------
+
+Now that version 0.7 has been released, it is time for refactoring and planning
+of the next features.
+
+For these reasons the main topics of this sprint will be on
+ - threading and GC
+ - refactoring and translation features
+ - discussing about the upcoming JIT, optimizations and stackless features 
+
+
+Location & Accomodation  
+------------------------ 
+
+The sprint will be held in Logilab's offices in Paris. The exact address is::
+
+  10 rue Louis Vicat
+  75015 Paris
+
+We'll provide WLAN connection and there is a small kitchen to make tea
+and coffee.  `See here`_ for a map of the area nearby.
+
+There are two metro lines and three bus lines that stop close to Logilab's:
+ - Metro line 12 : stop "Porte de Versailles"
+ - Metro line 13 : stop "Malakoff plateau de Vanves"
+ - Bus 89 or 58 : stop "Carrefour Albert Legris"
+ - Bus PC1 : stop "Porte de la Plaine"
+
+Those are more or less within 5 minutes walk.
+
+There is a huge number of hotels_ in Paris, all of which are
+unfortunately rather expensive. Here is another site for `hotels en France`_.
+
+It should be no problem to reach the sprint venue from anywhere in
+Paris using public transportation. However it would be better to find
+accomodation in the southern districts (14th, 15th) or in the nearby
+towns (Malakoff, Vanves) not far from Paris. Another good choice is to
+find an hotel near one of the metro line above. (avoid long bus trips
+as it takes more time.)
+
+Looking at the map here: hotels_, the area you should look at is
+between (3) and (6), (5) is still ok.
+
+
+As an alternative you could also try to group (4 or 5 people) and try
+to rent a furnished appartment for the week. Almost all announces from
+French websites come from `Lodgis agency`_. They are rather expensive
+but most of the time it can be cheaper than hotels. For the more
+adventurous you can look on the french site pap_ which lists rental
+ads. (select appartements, d�partement=75, arrondissements=15,14,13)
+
+For transportation we strongly recommend the public transportation
+(metro and buses).  There are weekly tickets (monday to sunday) from
+15.70 euros (Zone 1-2). You need a picture (ID format) and ask for a
+*Carte Orange*.
+
+Don't get the tourist's cards which are more expensive and valid only
+for 5 days.  Also note that zone 1-2 won't pay for your ticket from
+the airport and is valid only (mostly) inside Paris. If you arrive by
+plane this will be most probably at Roissy airport and from there you
+can take the RER line B to Paris for about 8 euros.
+
+.. _`See here`: http://www.logilab.com/contact
+.. _hotels: http://www.hotel-paris.net/index-hotels-English.htm
+.. _`hotels en France`: http://www.0800paris-hotels.com/
+.. _pap: http://www.pap.fr/immobilier/offres/offre-location-vacances.asp
+.. _`Lodgis agency`: http://www.lodgis.com/ 
+
+Exact times 
+-----------
+
+The Pypy sprint is held Monday 10th October - Sunday 16th October
+2005.  Hours will be from 09:00 until 20:00. It's a good idea to
+arrive a day before the sprint starts.
+
+Network, Food
+------------- 
+
+There are plenty of restaurants and sandwich places around and a big supermarket for those
+who would rather make their own food.
+
+You will probably need a wireless network card to access the network but we can provide
+ethernet cables for those who don't have one.
+
+
+Registration etc. 
+----------------- 
+
+Please subscribe to the `PyPy sprint mailing list`_, introduce
+yourself and post a note that you want to come.
+
+Feel free to ask any questions there!  There also is a separate  
+`Paris people`_ page tracking who is already thought
+to come.  If you have commit rights on codespeak then
+you can modify yourself a checkout of 
+
+    http://codespeak.net/svn/pypy/extradoc/sprintinfo/paris-people.txt 
+
+.. _`Paris people`: http://codespeak.net/pypy/index.cgi?extradoc/sprintinfo/paris-people.html 
+.. _`PyPy sprint mailing list`: http://codespeak.net/mailman/listinfo/pypy-sprint
+

File sprintinfo/paris-people.txt

-
-.. _`Paris Sprint`: http://codespeak.net/pypy/index.cgi?extradoc/sprintinfo/Paris-2005-sprint.html 
-
-People coming to the `Paris Sprint`_ 
-==================================================
-
-People who have a ``?`` in their arrive/depart or accomodation
-column are known to be coming but there are no details 
-available yet from them. 
- 
-=================== ============== =====================
-       Name          Arrive/Depart Accomodation 
-=================== ============== =====================
-Ludovic Aubry       10/10 - 16/10  Private
-Adrien Di Mascio    10/10 - 16/10  Private
-Jacob Hallen        ?              ?
-Laura Creighton     ?              ?
-Beatrice Duering    ?              ?
-Armin Rigo          ?              ?
-Samuele Pedroni     ?              ?
-Holger Krekel       ?              ?
-=================== =============  =====================
-
-People on the following list are likely to come and were
-present at the previous sprint
-=================== ============== =====================
-       Name          Arrive/Depart Accomodation 
-=================== =============  =====================
-Carl Friedrich Bolz ?              ?
-Niklaus Haldimann   ?              ?
-Eric van Riet Paap  ?              ?
-Richard Emslie      ?              ?
-Anders Chrigstroem  ?              ?
-Christian Tismer    ?              ?
-Anders Lehmann      ?              ?
-=================== ============== =====================