[EuroPython] EPC 2005: where and when?
mwh at python.net
Mon Oct 4 15:35:42 CEST 2004
Beatrice Fontaine <bea at webwitches.com> writes:
> Hi there!
> Emily's question definitely brings it up: what's the story with EPC
> I believe that the local organisers were more than happy to have it in
> Göteborg again and many people responded very positively when
> spontaneously asked there after M.S.'s key note. I personally took it as
> a given that it would happen there again in 2005, but somewhere else in
> 2006. Is that every one else's point of view?
Well, it was mine, at least.
All else being equal, moving somewhere else in 2006 gets my vote, but
that's a ways off yet...
> However, maybe we should start by asking if Jacob, Laura, Dario and
> their team actually still want to hold it in their city in 2005, and
> start it from there? The next question automatically ensuing from that
> is who is actually producing the new content for the website - which has
> to be the local organiser (the "thank you for the last one" and "welcome
> to the next one" part). Connected to that is the question as to whether
> we continue using Plone - before we even begin working on the site.
> There obviously was disagreement on that too and it would be very useful
> to get that aspect dealt with asap.
Well, that very much depends on who does the work. I would hope that
now there's a bit more (hurredly acquired...) plone experience around,
working with next year's site would be easier than this year's was.
I'm also looking for less, not more, involvement on my part...
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