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ChiPy Monthly Meeting, Thursday 7:00 pm.

Thursday November 9 2006. 7:00 pm.

This may be our best meeting yet. This is our regular Thurs. meeting. In
addition stay tuned for a special meeting to welcome Ed Leafe
http://chipy.org/EdOnDabo.

Please ping the list to tell us what you want to address in your
lightning talk. Lets try to get one talk from each brave soul for about
5 minutes
a piece.

Topics
------

- Python Mock Library - fawad
- Web log generation and parsing
- lightning talks

Location
--------

Daisychain - 2159 W 21st Pl, Chicago il 60608 http://www.dai5ychain.net/
map - http://tinyurl.com/ybdcxb

About ChiPy
-----------

ChiPy is a group of Chicago Python Programmers, l33t, and n00bs.
Meetings are held monthly at various locations around Chicago.
Also, ChiPy is a proud sponsor of many Open Source and Educational
efforts in Chicago. Stay tuned to the mailing list for more info.

ChiPy website: <http://chipy.org>
ChiPy Mailing List: <http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/chicago>
Python website: <http://python.org>

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