[EuroPython] Lightning Talks & Schedule
Mon, 28 Apr 2003 18:24:19 +0200
Michael Hudson wrote:
> "M.-A. Lemburg" <email@example.com> writes:
>>Tim and I have just reviewed the talks in the business track. While
>>working on that we found that there seems to be no "Lightning Talks"
>>track manager around. Who is running that event ?
> Whoever doesn't run away fast enough. It shouldn't take too much
> organization, should it?
I'm not volunteering, just thougt I'd ask :-)
>>We also noted that the "Python in Industry" accepted talks don't
>>have a day or time attached to them. As a result, the talks
>>page looks rather weird:
> Well, last time anyone told me, we hadn't fixed which tracks were in
> which rooms at which times. Which makes assigning times to talks
Tom told me that the business track has day 2, room A. I'd suggest
to do lightning talks on day 3 afternoon -- they are usually a
popular event and would make a great conference closing.
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