[Conferences-discuss] world-wide conference series we might piggy-back

Paul F. Dubois paul@pfdubois.com
Thu, 14 Feb 2002 14:28:02 -0800

There is a series of object-oriented conferences held a variety of world
locations already -- the TOOLS (Technology of Object-Oriented Languages
and Systems) conferences. It might be possible to arrange Python tracks
at those. I have been to the ones in Santa Barbara and France and they
have them in the Pacific (usually Oz) and Eastern Europe.


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[mailto:conferences-discuss-admin@python.org] On Behalf Of Guido van
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Subject: Re: [Conferences-discuss] Let's step back a bit...

> That *is* a really good argument for having a series of smaller, local

> grassroots events around the world, including one in Oz primarily for 
> the convi^Wlocals.

I like this idea very much.  That's why we have EuroPython.  In past
years we've had other local events like JPF001 in Bordeaux a few years

--Guido van Rossum (home page: http://www.python.org/~guido/)

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