Donated Sprint Sites

The following people and/or companies have graciously donated space where sprints can be held. This list is not exhaustive - rather it is just the people and organizations which have contacted the team directly. Be sure to check with your local Python User Group and other companies/organizations in your area who might also be interested in donating space to a sprint.

For the contact information for any of these sites; please contact the sprints team directly - sprints@python.org

Paris, France

  • http://www.logilab.fr/ is willing to host python-related sprints for free if part of the offices are available at the right time.

Leipzig, Germany

Gothenburg, Sweden

  • Should a sprint happen in Gothenburg (Göteborg), we'd be happy to host it either at Open End, or at my house (this is a big house). We've had 8+ person sprints both places before, and could accommodate more. A feature of my house is its two guest rooms, each with 2 beds, which could also be made available (for free).

Vancouver, Canada

  • ActiveState (http://www.activestate.com) is willing to host Python-related sprints. We would just need to co-ordinate one of the ActiveState employees attending (likely one of the Python team members).

Cape Town, South Africa

  • Yola (http://www.yola.com) is willing to host Python-related sprints. One of the Yola employees (probably Jeremy) will need to attend to open and lock up and operate the temperamental coffee machine.

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