Ian Ward's email:
first name at this domain
wardi on OFTC, freenode and github
Sean Zicari gave a Curses and Urwid presentation at the recent PyCon US in Santa Clara.
I gave a 20-minute talk running through 7 great Urwid Applications at PyCon Canada in Toronto this past weekend.
The "Console Applications with Urwid" video is now available. Huge thanks to the conference organizers for great, first, PyCon Canada. I look forward to the next one.
The programs I covered were:
I'll be giving a introductory-level presentation on Urwid at the Python Malaysia February Meetup in two weeks. I'm covering the basics with a short presentation and there should be plenty of time for questions or digging in deeper on any aspect.
[Update 2012-02-04]: Slides now available
[Update 2012-02-06 added some photos]
This release adds the long-requested linear scale feature to Speedometer. You can now also adjust the minimum and maximum values displayed, and switch all units shown to bits per second.
Urwid maintenance releases 1.0.1 and 0.9.9.3 are now available. This may be the last 0.9.9 release, users are strongly encouraged to upgrade.
This is a major feature release for Urwid.
Happy 1.0 Urwid! It's been a great nearly-seven years since our first release. Huge thanks to everyone that's contributed code, docs, bug reports and help on the mailing list and IRC.
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