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Re: [PyCon-Organizers] PyCon 2009 (US) - Call for tutorials Extendedto 11/3

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We should get an announcement out on the blog:

and note that the deadline is approaching for both talks and tutorials.

For some reason blogger does not like my google account, so I cant
seem to do it :-(


On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 3:28 PM, Greg Lindstrom <gs*********@gmail.comwrote:
We have had requests to extend the deadline for submitting Tutorial
Proposals for PyCon 2009 (US) through the weekend and are willing to do so.
We will accept tutorial proposals through Monday, November 3.



The period for submitting tutorial proposals for Pycon 2009 (US) is open and
will continue through Monday, November 3rd. This year features two
"pre-conference" days devoted to tutorials on Wednesday March 25 & Thursday
March 26 in Chicago. This allows for more classes than ever.

Tutorials are 3-hours long on a specific topic of your choice. Last year we
featured classes on Learning Python, Web Development, Scientific Computing,
and many more. Class size varied from 10 to over 60 students. The extended
time spent in class allows teachers to cover a lot of material while
allowing for interaction with students.

The full Call for Tutorial Proposals, including submission details, an
example proposal as well as a template, is available at

Tutorial selections will be announced in early December to give you time to
prepare your class and PyCon will compensate instructors US$1,500 per

If you have any questions, please contact py*************

Greg Lindstrom

Tutorial Coordinator, PyCon 2009 (US)

PyCon-organizers mailing list

Oct 30 '08 #1
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