[EuroPython] what about september?

Nicolas Chauvat Nicolas.Chauvat@logilab.fr
Tue, 12 Nov 2002 10:08:44 +0100

> You do make a good argument for not moving the EuroPython conference
> away from june, though.

If we are to hold the event in Charleroi for the second time, I suggest we
let Denis Frere decide of the exact date, since he will be the one taking
care of things locally, thus having the strongest constraints forced
on his agenda.

> I think a day that is focused on business users would  definitely be
> a good thing. Many of us are in the python business and last year there
> was a lot of interest in a separate business focused event.
> The second day could include some tutorials and introductions so that
> business users have a motivation to stay on another day as well. 
> The fourth day can be the 'real geek day'. Lightning talks would fit on
> both the first day or if they are more hacker oriented, the last day.


Day 1: business user share use cases (talks and L-talks)
Day 2: tutorials and panels (like "Python for web apps" or
       "Python for Science")
Day 3: geeky stuff (like "why two-stage parsing will permit metaprogramming
       and please the psyco guys")

How does that sound ?

Nicolas Chauvat

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