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PyCon submission about to close

Just a quick reminder for the laggards among us that you now have
approximately SEVEN HOURS in which to submit your proposals for a talk
at PyCon.

Thanks to all who have already taken the trouble to do so, and to the
rest of you: GET ON WITH IT!

happy-new-year-ly y'rs - steve
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