I'm organising a one-day Python mini-conf to be held at Linux.conf.au 2004. I'm looking for people to speak at the mini-conf. I'm interested in any Python-related talks or tutorials you might want to give -- Linux-related is *not* a requirement. Also, unlike the main conference, I don't expect you to write a full paper and present that -- I'm aiming for a slightly more relaxed and informal atmosphere, given that we're smaller than the main conference. I'm also happy to accept talks shorter than an hour, so don't hold back just because you've only got a quick half-hour talk. So, if you have a pet Python project or library you develop or just enjoy using, and would like to talk about it, I'm interested. Mini-conf speakers and attendees will need to register for the main conference, and meet all costs of travel and accomodation themselves. See these sites for more details: - http://pig.slug.org.au/miniconf/ - http://lca2004.linux.org.au/ -Andrew.  Linux.Conf.Au is Australia's national Linux conference to be held at the University of Adelaide from Wednesday January 14 to Saturday January 17, 2004. IBM is proud to be Linux.Conf.Au 2004's Penguin Sponsor. http://lca2004.linux.org.au.