The Michigan Python Users Group had its third meeting on Monday. There were 8 of us in attendance at the Humantech office, which has been a fairly consistent number.
Roger Espinosa gave a good talk introducing ElementTree and lxml.
And, as always, the unstructured part of the meeting was interesting and useful, covering a wide-range of topics. There was some interesting talk about Ubuntu (interesting for me, at least, since I haven’t run Ubuntu as yet).
We talked about scheduling, and I believe the final decision was that the next meeting is Thursday, December 1st.