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Reminder: PyCon proposal deadline is Oct. 31st

The deadline for PyCon proposals is now three weeks away;
proposals must be received by Oct. 31st.

Read the call for proposals for what we're looking for and how to submit:
<http://www.python.org/pycon/2006/cfp>

The proposal submission site is <http://submit.python.o rg>.

A.M. Kuchling
Chair, PyCon 2006
am*@amk.ca

Oct 11 '05 #1
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