[EuroPython] Extending talk submission deadline

M.-A. Lemburg mal@lemburg.com
Thu, 24 Apr 2003 10:21:47 +0200

Christian Tismer wrote:
> Andy Robinson wrote:
>>> I think that we need to extend the talk submission deadline for
>>> about two more weeks... there aren't enough talk submissions yet
>>> to fill three days with 3 parallel tracks each.
>>> Thoughts ?
>> Yes please, I still haven't written abstracts for
>> the 3-4 talks I want to give :-)
> Same here.
> I will definately talk about Stackless 3.0,
> one large theoretical part, but for beginners,
> one about the EVE online game, which I want to show
> in action (Python in outer space, *really*)
> and there is another application which I wrote by myself,
> which may fold into that second talk or be on its own.
> So please count on me and reserve two hours.

Please submit talk suggestions for these planned talks ASAP
to the online database. The reason we have the database is
to manage talk suggestions -- whether the talks make it into
the tracks is a decision of the track chairmen, but we'd
appreciate having something to choose from in the first
place :-)

BTW, you can always contact the track chairmen to withdraw
a proposal.

Marc-Andre Lemburg

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