Ted Leung on the air: Open Source, Java, Python, and ...
Lots of the usual suspects are back from last year, so there is a decent sized effort to provide you with notes of the PyCon 2005 sessions. PyCon is much larger next year, so one of the auditoriums has not wireless, which may hamper getting transcripts of some of the larger talks.
The two groups have finished their parcels to the level where we can show them as part of our presentation on Thursday. I think this is great - It helps a bit with the presentation nerves as well.
Other happenings at the sprints:
PJE and Bob Ippolito have been hard at work on PythonEggs. This is going to be really good for Python -- it should make delivering applications of all kinds (including Chandler) much easier.
Best quote of the day: "You know what? I'll eat the microseconds."
Donovan Preston showed me his LivePage Test framework yesterday, and I forgot to mention it. Donovan is one of those folks who was doing AJAX stuff before the current AJAX hype got started. The stuff that I saw looked really useful for people who want to try to build richer in browser applications.