[Conferences] Long-term planning of Python events

Yarko Tymciurak yarkot1 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 20 19:52:10 CEST 2010

I thought this would be easier, but perhaps this isn't too bad:

If someone wanted to aggregate national-level PyCon conferences in something
like Google Calendar, and post that:


Perhaps someone knows of alternative ways...

But an aggregate calendar would be useful, both for community, and for

- Yarko

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 11:01 AM, Mike Müller <mmueller at python-academy.de>wrote:

> Hi All,
> I am starting a new thread about coordinating of
> dates of Python conference, workshops, bar camps
> an the like.
> A few years ago I organized a Python workshop for
> German speaking people. After all was set (room etc.),
> I was very surprised to see the announcement of PyCon UK
> at the very same date I put the workshop. If I had known
> before, I could have easily moved the workshop at least
> two weeks away. A few people would have gone to both
> events, but had to decide for one (me included).
> I would like to have a kind of long-term internal planning
> calendar for Python event organizers. Something like a wiki
> page with login for list members for instance.
> Planning horizon should be one year and more.
> Maybe there is something like this already and I am just
> no aware of it. Again, I am talking of date planning way
> before the official announcement.
> Ideas welcome.
> Mike
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