Sponsoring PyCamp - Argentina
Through March 27, a group of 15-20 hackers will be ascending the mountains of Córdoba, Argentina for a weekend of Python. Lead by Facundo Batista and Juan Diaz, the group has plenty of ideas for what to hack on.
Since Facundo is a long-time core CPython developer, one of the plans is for a Python bug day, to get everyone setup and start fixing Python itself. They also plan to work on Twisted, including a continuing effort to reach Python 3 compatibility. Several sprinters will also be spending time on internationalization and translation of some modules and documentation, including an effort to get the Castilian version of Wikipedia into CD format. Lastly, many are interested in Django and would like to dive in and find places where they can help out.
For more information, check out their wiki.