[Conferences] Python day in Mexico
Cesar Cardenas Desales
ccdesales at gmail.com
Fri May 5 08:41:00 EDT 2017
I'm not a PSF member, but can provide some hints.
If you need financial help there's a document explaining how to request it:
https://www.python.org/psf/grants/. I'm not sure the PSF grants financial
support for individuals, thus it might be necessary that your group is
registered as a registered association in Mexico.
If you plan to use any trademarks such as Python and PyCon, it may be a
good idea to contact the PSF Trademark committee (psf-trademarks at python.org
): https://www.python.org/psf/trademarks/ and
The following link describes how to add events to the official calendar:
Please count me in for the organisation of a temptative PyCon Mx,
I've been involved in the organisation of other conference and am glad to
On Sun, Apr 9, 2017 at 1:29 AM, Ciudad de México PyLadies <mx at pyladies.com>
> Good day everyone,
> We are the organizing committee of the Python day in Mexico
> <http://pythonday.mx/>, we are in the final stages of the organization,
> the venue and some speakers such as Naomi Ceder are already confirmed. We
> are well aware of the role that the Python Software Foundation plays in the
> development and diffusion of the Language. As such we would like to have
> the PSF support and recognition of this event in the official page. Is this
> possible? Do you need anything from us? Your collaboration is really
> This is the first step we are taking in order to consolidate the Python
> community in Mexico not only locally but internationally. We are also
> aiming to do a PyCon Mexico 2018 so there is a lot we have yet to do.
> Thank you for your time and attention.
> Erika Alejandra Pelaez Coyotl, PhD candidate in Biomedical Sciences and
> Machine Learning ---- Organizer of Mexico City Pyladies chapter.
> Maricela Sanchez Miranda, Backend Python developer---- Organizer of Django
> Girls Puebla
> Gloria Palma Gonzales, IT engineer ---- Organizer of Openstack events in
> Mexico City.
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