[python-advocacy] Conference white paper
amk at amk.ca
Thu Dec 14 19:24:46 CET 2006
I've volunteered to write the "How to Start and Run a Successful
Python Conference" whitepaper, and need to clarify the audience for it.
What sort of events should the paper be discussing (in terms of length
and # of attendees)? A 10-person sprint? A 30-person half-day series
of talks? A 100-person weekend event? A PyCon-sized event?
I doubt many people will set out to run PyCon-sized events, and
there's a lot of ground to cover for something of that scale. A
smaller event seems more likely, something like a day-long one-track
series of talks, perhaps accompanied by a sprint the next day. Does
that seem reasonable?
Should I assume that events will be run with very little funding?
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