makes it easier to organize events. Before meetup you can specify how many people you can accomodate. Then you send mail to all people so that interested people can RSVP.
If RSVP is full, people can join waitlist. So if somebody changes
No, we can accomodate people in waitlist.
On the otherhand, if you find a place where you can accomodate more number than you have planned, you can accept all people in waitlist.
Unfortunately, there is no option in meetup for that. You have to accept people one by one which is a boring job if there are ~50 people in waitlist.
This where Python comes to rescue. Python has an excellent package called pyautogui
which helps you to automate all boring tasks.
Here is the simple script I have used for this task.
print('Goto meetup event page and place cursor...')
x, y = pyautogui.position()
for i in range(100):
The code is self explanatory. First we are importing
pyautogui and then wait for 5 seconds so that we can go to meetup page and point mouse correctly. Get the cursor position and start clicking on that position with a gap of 5 seconds. This gap is needed as meetup shows a notification once you accept
Pyautogui is an interesting package which makes your boring job easier.
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