[mod_python] Talk on what is coming in mod_python 3.3.

Graham Dumpleton grahamd at dscpl.com.au
Thu Aug 3 06:19:01 EDT 2006

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In respect of the talk, at least you guys might understand what I was
going on about, not sure that the talk when down too well on the  
day. :-)


On 03/08/2006, at 7:51 PM, John Keyes wrote:

> Hi Graham,
> Are the notes or slides available for these talks?
> Thanks,
> -John K
> On 7/19/06, Graham Dumpleton <grahamd at dscpl.com.au> wrote:
>> Some may think it a bit premature, but I have offered to do a  
>> short talk
>> on what is coming in mod_python 3.3 at our local Python group. On the
>> off chance that anyone on this list is located in Sydney Australia,
>> or will
>> be there next week, you might like to drop in. The announcement is
>> included below, although I do question whether the venue is 1km from
>> both Central and Redfern stations. I could understand it if they  
>> meant
>> Redfern and Newtown stations. I think I'll catch the bus though,  
>> Redfern
>> isn't exactly the safest place to walk at night. :-)
>> The Sydney Python group is having its first meeting for the year on
>> Thursday July 27.
>> Usual time and new place:
>> Thursday, July 27, 2006  (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM)
>> The "new" University of Sydney School of IT Building.
>> Thanks to Bob Kummerfeld for arranging this.
>> The venue is approx 1 km from both Central and Redfern stations.
>> Use the entrance from the University side, not the Cleveland St side.
>> If you come from City Rd, enter the Seymour Centre forecourt and
>> follow the curve of the new building down to the foyer entrance.
>> http://www.cs.usyd.edu.au/~dasymond/index.cgi?p=Map
>> Please reply to this message (or click the appropriate radio  
>> button on
>> http://upcoming.org/event/89388) if you will be coming.
>> Talks:
>> Graham Dumpeton on what is coming in the next major version of
>> mod_python (3.3). This version of mod_python should represent a
>> significant improvement over previous versions in certain areas with
>> ramifications on stability. New features have also been added which
>> make mod_python a bit more flexible than it is now and more useable
>> in the way that Apache modules should be able to be used. Result
>> is that mod_python can truly be used for more than just a jumping off
>> point for stuff like WSGI and all those Python web frameworks that
>> keep popping up every day.
>> Mark Rees on his experiences in using IronPython with .NET and Mono.
>> The talks will be 15-20 minutes in length with plenty of time for
>> questions.
>> See you there.
>> Graham
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