[EuroPython] EuroPython 2003: Call For Talks Extended

Michael Hudson mwh@python.net
05 May 2003 18:13:20 +0100

The EuroPython Conference 2003 (EPC2003) returns to Belgium this
June, and the conference organizers are now accepting proposals for
presentations and tutorials. We expect this year to be even more
successful, and we're not just talking about the Chimay.

We are looking for participation in the following conference tracks:
Python Frameworks, Python Language, Python in Business, Python in
Science and Industry, and Zope. Track descriptions are available at
<http://www.europython.org/sessions/descriptions>. The deadline for
submissions is extended till Monday, May 12.

If you haven't done so or are still hesitating, you can still
propose a 30 minute talk, a 45 minute talk, or a 90- minute
tutorial. To propose a talk or tutorial, please visit the Talk
Submission page at <http://www.europython.org/Talks/callFor>.

Starting now, if you don't have the time to prepare a full-length
talk, we are also seeking people who want to give a 'Lightning
Talk': a short (5 minute), focused talk about any Python- or
Zope-related subject you fancy!

For more information about the conference tracks, please contact the
track chairpersons listed at
<http://www.europython.org/sessions/descriptions>. For general
questions about the conference, please visit the conference website
at <http://www.europython.org/>.

About EuroPython Conference 2003

EuroPython Conference 2003 is the premiere venue for meeting Python
and Zope developers from Europe and beyond. As one of the first
community-organized Python and Zope conferences, the EuroPython
Conference delivers the atmosphere and information developers
want. The conference will be held June 25-27, 2003 in Charleroi,
Belgium. Information is available at the EuroPython website at
<http://www.europython.org/>. For more information, contact