[EuroPython] Publication of speakers' data on the web site

Alex Kavanagh alex.kavanagh at tinwood.com
Sat Apr 9 15:37:22 CEST 2011

Um, more to the point, why do they *need* your date of birth? Surely, if
it's just to make sure you're 18 or over, there can be a tick box saying
'please tick to indicate you're over 18'?  Or is there some strange law I'm
not aware of?

On Sat, Apr 9, 2011 at 2:22 PM, Stefan Schwarzer
<sschwarzer at sschwarzer.net>wrote:

> Hi everyone :-)
> On the talk submission form [1] there are required fields
> for the date of birth and the mobile phone number of the
> speaker.
> A bit down is an - also required - checkbox titled "I agree
> to let you publish my data on the web site." Does that
> actually mean I can only submit a talk if I agree to have my
> date of birth and mobile phone number published on the
> website?
> [1] http://ep2011.europython.eu/conference/paper-submission/
> Stefan
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