>> On Jun 27, 2019, at 12:35 AM, M.-A. Lemburg <mal(a)python.org> wrote:
>> I'm sorry if our posts come across as spamming. That is certainly
>> not our attention.
>> Since we do believe in the PSF community, we also believe that such
>> announcements should be sent to this group and, personally, I'd love
>> to see lots more coming from all kinds of Python events, projects,
>> etc. A community has to be filled with life, lots of opinions,
>> discussions and buzz.
>> If the majority believes that this is not what this mailing list
>> about, I can remove it from the list of MLs we distribute
>> announcements to.
> My issue is the *number* of announcements. No other PyCon generates this many announcement posts.
> PyCon AU, to take an example, did an announcement of their CFP, and then one more announcement combining their schedule, call for volunteers, and opening of ticket sales. That’s reasonable and honestly I wouldn’t have minded seeing one or two others, like a reminder when the CFP was about to close.
> EuroPython has done *seventeen* announcement posts… so far. I have no doubt that many many more are still to come. Why do you feel a need to make so many announcement posts? I was not joking at all when I said I think EuroPython makes more announcements than all other PyCons combined. So, again: please start a mailing list for EuroPython, use it for the bulk of your announcements, and save only a few major ones like CFP open/close or ticket sales opening, for this list.