[EuroPython] Draft CFP for review

Laura Creighton lac at strakt.com
Mon Feb 23 12:20:18 EST 2004

In a message of Mon, 23 Feb 2004 17:53:01 +0100, "Nicolas Chauvat" writes:
>On Mon, Feb 23, 2004 at 05:30:08PM +0100, Jacob Hallén wrote:
>> For the non-refereed tracks, you can propose a 30 minute talk, 45
>> minute talk, or a 90- minute tutorial.
>For the Python in Science Track, I'm used to have talks of 30 min. I pref
>to have more shorter talks that get people interested and make them start
>discussions on the side.
>I'm not saying we need to modify the call for papers, just thought I'd
>mention it here and repeat it later to people submitting papers to that
>Nicolas Chauvat
>logilab.fr - services en informatique avancée et gestion de connaissances 

Actually, i thought we had decided on 30 60 90, not 45.

Also, in the CFP area there is the Bea/Andrew Smart track which
I haven't found a good name for but itsn't there.


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