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I have found that in the original email, the link to  Read more about
our CFP guidelines/proposals when clicked shows take to *page not found. *That
is because in the reference links below, the "" is appended to the link
like shown in bold here:
 https://in.pycon.org/cfp/2020/proposals*/ *
Which is actually redirecting you to the link
<https://in.pycon.org/cfp/2020/proposals/%5B2%5D> *and not*
which is the desired page.
Please enter a space between  https://in.pycon.org/cfp/2020/proposals
*<space>* in your listed references.
I hope this helps.
BE, Computer Science and Engineering
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> 1. PyCon India 2020 CFP open (Kumar Anirudha)
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> Date: Mon, 15 Jun 2020 04:50:05 +0000 (UTC)
> From: Kumar Anirudha <anirudhastark(a)yahoo.com>
> To: "psf-community(a)python.org" <psf-community(a)python.org>
> Subject: [PSF-Community] PyCon India 2020 CFP open
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> Hi all,
> PyCon India 2020 is live and calling all the brilliant pythonistas to
> submit their proposals for talk. PyCon India 2020 will be held from Oct
> 2-5, completely online. So, no matter where you're at, you'll be able to
> join in the action.
> View other proposals and submit yours: Read more about our CFP
> guidelines: Follow the PyCon India Website , Zulip  and Twitter
> Handle @pyconindia for more updates.
> Cheers,Kumar AnirudhaOn behalf of PyCon India 2020 team
> : https://in.pycon.org/cfp/2020/proposals/:
> https://in.pycon.org/2020/: https://pyconindia.zulipchat.com/
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