[AstroPy] Co-ordinating Python astronomy libraries?
Thu Jul 8 08:19:51 CDT 2010
Spoke too soon. Apparently the cost is less than $500 for the room.
That shouldn't be a problem I would think.
On Jul 8, 2010, at 9:17 AM, Perry Greenfield wrote:
> On Jul 7, 2010, at 9:01 PM, Kelle Cruz wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> As a newbie to Python and a spoiled IDL user: Geez, what a mess!
>> - I think a AAS Splinter is a great idea...looks like the deadline
>> isn't until Dec 1 for Seattle, but we should get on it since they
>> are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis based on room
>> availability. It might make more sense to do Boston in May 2011
>> because people won't be as busy with other meeting things and it
>> should be nice there in spring. I nominate Perry to lead the
>> proposal. (It's not a big deal....main thing will be to figure out
>> total cost/expected number of participants = fee...or find someone
>> to pay for it. STScI, maybe?)
> Sure if there is serious interest, I can look into having it funded.
> I didn't see anything specifically mentioning the fees involved.
> Anyone have an idea of that? (I'll email them as well asking).
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