Every year, Python user groups in Austin, Houston, and Dallas-Fort Worth get together to share Python-related knowledge and enthusiasm, in the form of presentations, coding sprints, "teach me" sessions, and general socializing.
PyTexas2011 is confirmed to occur at Texas A&M on Sept 10-11.
In addition, the Texas Python community stays in touch throughout the year on the PyTexas mailing list, which provides a general forum to Python developers across Texas.
If you have any questions, please contact BradAllen.
PyTexas2010 was the largest ever PyTexas, with 94 attendees. It took place at Baylor University, in Waco, TX on Aug 28. It was planned as a one day event in order to allow for a day trip from DFW, Houston, or Austin (directions here). It was a full day, with prizes, scheduled presentations, "open spaces", lightning talks...and a "Python Teach-In" to help beginners and intermediate level developers gain a learning boost through peer instruction and exercises (such as the Python Koans). In addition, Rackspace hosted a "Meet & Geek" evening party for all attendees including food, drinks and airline tickets as a door prize.
The PyTexas web site ran on different wiki software and hosting service prior to 2010. See old wiki site for 2009 and earlier events