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EuroPython update april 23

EuroPython news update
=============== =======

EuroPython is the European Python and Zope Conference. This year in
its third edition, we are holding the conference in the beautiful
locale of Göteborg, Sweden. Hundreds of Python users and Zope users
are expected.

- If you still want to submit a talk, note that the talk submission
deadline is approaching very rapidly. You have until monday the 26th
of april to submit your talk proposal. As an extra incentive, note
that speakers participate at a reduced fee.

- The early bird registration deadline is also very near now; after
may 1st the rate will go up by 60 euros from 160 to 220. We also
still have (very) cheap accomodation available, but this is running
out quickly. So please register now!

- The conference program is really shaping up nicely! We'll have
tracks on topics ranging from core python hacking to social skills,
and of course Zope. There will be tutorials, BoFs, lightning talks
and panel discussions. Many of us are arriving early and/or staying
on after the conference for a couple of days for sprints or other
activities.

- Our keynote speakers will be Mark Shuttleworth and Guido van
Rossum.

Mark Shuttleworth was among other things what we think is the first
Python programmer in space. He is also is the sponsor of
the schooltool project to develop an open source school
administration system in Python. More about about him can be found at
http://www.markshuttleworth.com/

If you don't know who Guido van Rossum is, you really need to come
to EuroPython to find out and meet him.

More information can be found at http://www.europython.org. See you at
EuroPython 2004!

Jul 18 '05 #1
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