[EuroPython] Use of pictures for The Python Papers and EuroPython 2007
cs at comlounge.net
Wed Mar 7 11:53:06 CET 2007
Just as note: If it fits, feel also free to use any of mine photos.
They can be found here:
and here are those from 2005:
Nicolas Pettiaux wrote:
> 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",
> right ?
> 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
>>> 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:
>>> The timetable and speaker list pages available from that page are
>>> particularly useful.
>>> EuroPython mailing list
>>> EuroPython at python.org
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