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Django Sprint in Kraków, Poland

This weekend (February 4 and 5), Pykonik, the Kraków Python Users Group will be holding 2 days of sprints. Django's 1.4 beta release is due very soon, so this is a great opportunity to help make the Django 1.4 release as stable and bug-free as possible.

The sprints will be held at the offices of HiddenData. The sprint venue -- in the main square of Kraków -- opens at 10AM on Saturday; the sprint kicks off at midday, and will run non-stop until 8PM on Sunday.

Thanks to a grant from the Django Software Foundation, and assistance from enn.io, Django Core developer Jannis Leidel will be there in person to help out.

If you want to attend the sprints in person, you can help with planning by registering.

If you can't attend in person, you are invited to participate online from wherever you are. Core developers will be available on freenode IRC: #django-sprint in order to review tickets and to assist you in the sprinting process.

We hope you can join us and help make the sprints as successful as possible.

Posted by Russell Keith-Magee on January 31, 2012