On behalf of the EuroPython 2009 organisation it is my privilege and honour to announce the ‘Call for Participation’ for EuroPython 2009! EuroPython is the conference for the communities around Python, including the Django, Zope and Plone communities.
This years conference will be held in Birmingham, UK from Monday 29th June to Saturday 4th July 2009.
Talk & Themes
Do you have something you wish to present at EuroPython? Go to http://www.europython.eu/talks/cfp/ for this years themes and submissions criteria, the deadline is on 5th April 2009.
Other Talks, Activities and Events
Have you got something which does not fit the above? Visit
Help Us Out
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An unique opportunity to affiliate with the prestigious EuroPython conference!
Spread the Word
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Looking forward to seeing you!
The EuroPython Team
Please take a look at the Presentation Sharing site slideshare.net as they have EuroPython in their spotlight section!
So let’s grow this bigger and everybody upload their presentations to show the world the power of Python! 🙂
Earlier this year, the EuroPython organisers decided it was time to update the conference logo: the current logo has been in use since EuroPython began back in 2002. We asked for and received many great submissions for a new logo, and we’ve made these available on the EuroPython Web site.
Now we need your help in deciding which logo shall be part of the EuroPython conference’s updated image. Visit the EuroPython Web site to browse the submissions and to cast your votes on the ones you like the most:
We intend to announce the winning logo on Friday 4th April at the latest, so hurry on over to the EuroPython site and cast your votes now!
(And stay tuned for more updates on EuroPython 2008!)
We’ve had many great submissions for the EuroPython logo competition, and it is now time to make a decision: the current logo has been in use since EuroPython began back in 2002; which logo should replace it?
Visit the EuroPython Web site to browse the entrants and to cast your votes:
We’ll announce the winning logo after a suitable amount of time has elapsed, but don’t risk being too late: visit the site and vote now!