[Tom] [EuroPython] www.europython.org gives an impression of imminent death...

Tom Deprez tom@aragne.com
Thu, 17 Apr 2003 17:23:01 +0200

Magnus Lyckå wrote:
> I'm very happy to hear that things are happening after all,
> but please, please, pretty please update the website ASAP!
> I go to www.europython.org and check out the web site. If
> I look under "brochure" I see 2002.

The brochure of 2002 has still to be made.

If I look at tracks, it
> seems to be current, but I can't see any track contents. If
> I look at talks, I see nothing. If I look under presentations
> I see nothing. There is no "timetable".

Normal, since the talks are still floating in and the chairman can only
start on the time table after the deadline of talks...

> After all, it's just a little more than two months left, and
> people have to make plans. If I had not been on this mailing
> list, I had been certain that EuroPython 2003 was a doomed to
> flop or be cancelled.
> Considering todays mail, it seems that it isn't this bad, but
> that is certainly the expression the website gives...
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