[EuroPython] Talk submission fails with 403 Forbidden - CSRF verification failed

John Pinner funthyme at gmail.com
Sun May 9 13:35:59 CEST 2010


On 9 May 2010 12:20, Michael Brunton-Spall <
michael.brunton-spall at guardian.co.uk> wrote:

> I got another problem submitting because my old photo wasn't valid or
> something, but I added a new photo and it accepted them fine.
> Interesting, we got the talk twice!

> I've submitted two talks because I'm not sure which would be more
> interesting.  I assume it's generally not accepted for a speaker to speak
> twice, so you can pick just the one that you prefer.
> NO, there's nothing wrong in speakers having multiple talks. I think the
record is held by Raymond Hettinger, with 4, all good, you wouldn't want to
have missed any of them.

Also you should turn DEBUG off in production otherwise when people get an
> error they see the stack dump and everything :)

I'm sure you're right, but I'll leave that to those responsible. I think
it's a reflection of using an unstable framework.

Best wishes,

EuroPython is coming! - http://www.europython.eu - 17th-24th July 2010,
Birmingham, UK
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