PyConZA 2015 will take place 1st & 2nd October at the Wits University Professional Development Hub in Johannesburg, South Africa. There will be two days of talks, and we will hold sprints on the 3rd & 4th of October.
We are currently accepting proposals for talks. If you would like to give a presentation, please register at https://za.pycon.org/ and submit your proposal, following the instructions at https://za.pycon.org/talks/submit-talk . We hope to notify accepted presenters by no later than the 11th of September.
The presentation slots will be 30 minutes long, with an additional 10 minutes for discussion at the end. Shared sessions are also possible. The presentations will be in English.
In addition to talks, we are also looking for proposals for tutorials, demos, sprints and open spaces.
Tutorials are intended to be more in-depth introductions to a topic with a limited number of attendees. Tutorial sessions can be up to 90 minutes long.
Demos are cool things for attendees to see and interact with.
Open spaces are open discussion forums where communities with a common interest gather to present views, ask questions and meet people interested in the topic.
Sprints are coding efforts and hack days that happen after the conference.
There's no need to register a sprint or open space topic upfront, but doing so allows us to advertise them during the conference.
-- Neil Muller On behalf of the PyConZA organising committee