[EuroPython] Use of pictures for The Python Papers and EuroPython 2007
nicolas.pettiaux at ael.be
Wed Mar 7 08:44:08 CET 2007
I forward herewith a positive answer from Host Jens about the use of
pictures of EP2006 he made and posted to flickr.
Thanks to him and for the ideas to use them to Paul.
I'll start using some of them and some others text to build a short
presentation text that could be used in Python Papers to speak about
EP2007; please come and check in the wiki at
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Horst JENS <horst.jens at chello.at>
Date: 7 mars 2007 06:10
Subject: Re: [EuroPython] The Python Papers and EuroPython 2007
To: nicolas.pettiaux at ael.be
you can use all my pictures i uploaded on flickr. (Horstjens).
I also wrote some posting with personal impressions from the
Europython2006 ... it is in german, i can do you a translation if you
find it interesting.
My picture should be on flickr too or take the picture from the
This email has nothing to do with the email i wrote about
"please review my python from kids tutorial videos at www.showmedo.com",
If you cover Europython2006, please try to contact Gregor Lindl (also on
some flickr photos) who did an amazing presentation of his xturtle
module and his "Python für Kids" Book.
On Tue, 2007-03-06 at 21:01 +0100, Nicolas Pettiaux wrote:
> Could we use your picture to illustrate the Europython website as well
> as some articles about previous edition (eg 2006) about EP in
> pythonpapers as Paul Boddie suggests here below ?
> 2007/3/6, David Boddie <david at boddie.org.uk>:
> > On Tuesday 20 February 2007 15:55:06 +1100, Tennessee Leeuwenburg wrote:
> > > I am the editor-in-chief of The Python Papers (http://pythonpapers.org), a
> > > Python magazine created by a noncommercial group of enthusiasts. I am
> > > currently contacting various conference organisers about the possibilities
> > > of collaboration. Our next edition is due out in May, which is a little
> > > before EuroPython 2007 is scheduled for.
> > >
> > > I thought you might like to contribute an article covering the event to let
> > > people know more about it. It would also be good to include any information
> > > about last years' event, some selected photos etc.
> > It might be interesting to take a look at the photos on Flickr and contact
> > the photographers whose photos you like to ask for their permission to use
> > them:
> > http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=europython+2006&m=tags
> > http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=europython+2006&m=text
> > Assuming you're successful, some of these photos should complement quite
> > nicely what Nicolas is proposing to write.
> > > Additionally, in our next edition we will be including a review of python
> > > papers and articles published in the last year. Where we have access to
> > > conference proceedings, we will try to select a few articles for inclusion
> > > in this effort. Going forward, it would be great to have people nominate
> > > and vote for favourite articles. I was unable to find the proceedings of
> > > EuroPython 2006. Would it be possible to have access to this?
> > The CERN conference site is available for anyone to access:
> > http://indico.cern.ch/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=44
> > The timetable and speaker list pages available from that page are
> > particularly useful.
> > David
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Nicolas Pettiaux - email: nicolas.pettiaux at ael.be
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