[EuroPython] Looking forward to Florence!

Michael Sparks sparks.m at gmail.com
Fri Nov 19 10:08:14 CET 2010

Ok, that'll teach me for replying to something before reading my
entire inbox. Sorry.


On 19/11/2010, Michael Sparks <sparks.m at gmail.com> wrote:
> *Where* was this written? I've been periodically searching using
> google and found nothing about planning for europython 2011. The 19th
> of which month for example? How many days are planned for? Is it
> suggested to be during the week or during the weekend?
> I must admit I was getting concerned because of the complete lack of
> visibility.
> On the flipside, I'm sure you think your planning is transparent, so
> please take my comments above as constructive (letting you know how it
> seems at a distance), rather than negative!
> Regards,
> Michael
> On 18/11/2010, Fabio Pliger <fabio.pliger at s3srl.com> wrote:
>> 2010/11/18 Andrew Dalke <dalke at dalkescientific.com>
>>> On Nov 18, 2010, at 11:29 AM, Massa, Harald Armin wrote:
>>> > my last information was that I will be in Florence in Spring
>>> > to enjoy a wonderfull EuroPython there.
>>> >
>>> > Is the information still valid, are there any dates yet?
>>> I also want to know. I want to propose a talk for EuroPython
>>> on 2-to-3 migration experience and I want present some Python
>>> work for a chemistry conference in The Netherlands from 5-9
>>> June, 2011. The call for papers is already out for the Dutch
>>> conference, so I want to know if it's going to be possible
>>> to do both.
>> Yes. Giovanni wrote tutorials will start on sunday 19th, so you shouldn't
>> have any trouble for both conferences. Also because djangocon.eu should
>> be
>> happening around the 6th of june so we tried to not clash with them..

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