The keynotes at PyCon 2006 can now be announced.
Alan Runyan and Alexander Limi will open the conference with a keynote about Plone. I haven't received a title yet, but I expect it will provide an overview of Plone's current status, how it's developed, and where the Plone project is headed.
On the middle day of the conference (Saturday), Guido van Rossum will give his traditional State of Python talk that will presumably cover the new features that were introduced in Python 2.4 and the features coming in Python 2.5.
On the final day, we'll have Bram Cohen, creator of BitTorrent. The format won't be a conventional keynote; instead, Cohen has requested to be interviewed. An interviewer hasn't been chosen yet, but you can suggest questions on a wiki page at http://wiki.python.org/moin/PyCon2006/BramCohenInterview.
A.M. Kuchling firstname.lastname@example.org Chair, PyCon 2006 http://us.pycon.org