[EuroPython] Missed the deadline?
nate at djangozoom.com
Thu Apr 7 05:54:43 CEST 2011
I have the same request. I thought that I had until the end of the day on
April 6th to get a talk submitted, so I was surprised to receive the email
earlier today announcing that the call for papers was closed. I would like
to submit a talk proposal of a case study in building a Python-based backend
API for a mobile app, and another proposal about using Python to deploy and
scale web applications in the cloud. Is there any chance I can get an
extension to submit these proposals? I'd be very happy to have the
opportunity to be considered for a speaking slot.
On Wed, Apr 6, 2011 at 9:34 PM, Mark Ramm <mark.mchristensen at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi I'm Mark Ramm.
> I'm BDFL of TurboGears, Pyramid developer, and was the lead developer
> of the new python based SourceForge tools, which we released at
> PyConUS. I tried to submit two proposals, one on Allura (the new
> sf.net code) and one on Pyramid and working together on the web this
> evening, and apparently I missed the deadline.
> I'm sure I missed it because I didn't see a time zone in the proposal
> deadline e-mail and didn't think about it ending early on the 6th for
> me. We had some major leadership changes at work, and I was waiting
> on confirmation from work for the EuroPython trip, which didn't come
> until today.
> If there's any way that I can still get a proposal in, I'd be super
> grateful. And if not I totally understand.
> Mark Ramm-Christensen
> email: mark at compoundthinking dot com
> blog: www.compoundthinking.com/blog
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