[EuroPython] Europython 2005 talk interests
tru at xmms.org
Thu Jun 9 13:40:39 CEST 2005
I am sorry that I haven't replied to this earier. Hope it's not to
late! I have been out traveling. I will make my reservation as soon
On 31 maj 2005, at 21.57, Jacob Hallén wrote:
> Dear Europython speaker,
> we are missing your registration for the conference. We need all
> to register, so that we can properly make badges, lunch tickets,
> accounts for the wireless network, etc. If you are coming to
> only to speak and not attend any other event, you may register as a
> "Special invitee" at a zero registration fee.
> Registration is reached through http://www.europython.org
> If you by any chance already have registered, please let us know under
> what name, so that we can link up your atendee registration and your
> speaker registration.
> Best regards
> Jacob Hallén
> Europython head organiser
> After you have registered, you may want to follow the instructions
> that were sent to all registered attendees today:
> Next week, we will be making the schedule for the Europython
> We have a record 111 talks that need sceduling. To help us avoid
> overcrowding rooms and to minimise the number of collisions beween
> that you are interested in, we want your input on what talks would
> to hear.
> This is what you need to do:
> 1. Go to http://www.python-in-business.org/ep2005/interests.html
> 2. Enter your email address in the box near the top. You should use
> address this email was sent to.
> 3. Check as many boxes in front of talks as you like. Since you can
> a maximum of 30 talks, it is probably not meaningful to check
> more than
> that. If you are a speaker, you should check your own talks.
> 4. Press the "submit" button at the bottom of the form.
> This information will be used for scheduling only. You are not
> bound by
> what you select and it is not a measurement of the popularity of
> any specific
> talk. However, we hope that we can improve what you get out of
> We will be starting the scheduling work on Monday 6 June, so we
> would like
> to have your selection by then.
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