[EuroPython] europython 2011 -- it is now October 11.

Laura Creighton lac at openend.se
Thu Nov 12 17:11:59 CET 2009

In a message of Thu, 12 Nov 2009 15:39:43 +0100, "Charlie Clark" writes:
>Am 11.10.2009, 18:49 Uhr, schrieb Laura Creighton <lac at openend.se>:
>> And for all of you who will get to vote this later ... remember that th
>> Italian bid gets extra bonus points for _submitting on time_, which
>> is a major indication of 'having one's shit together' -- the
>> single most necessary qualification of being competant enough to
>> successfully run a Europython.
>What's the status of this? And what does the rather cryptic phrase "who  
>will get to vote" mean? Is there a website for voting? Do we have to be a
>member of the PSF to vote?
>Charlie Clark
>Managing Director
>Clark Consulting & Research

The PSF has nothing to do with EuroPython.  The people who got to
vote were the EuroPython organisers, plus the organising committees
of the German and Italian bids.  So what you needed was a
subscription to europython-improve, in order to be told when the
vote was on.

The vote ended last Sunday, and the Italians have won.
We should make an announcement about this very soon.

Laura Creighton

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