[Inpycon] CFP draft for review
anandology at gmail.com
Tue Jun 8 16:29:34 CEST 2010
2010/6/8 Anand Balachandran Pillai <abpillai at gmail.com>:
> On Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 6:03 PM, Anand Chitipothu <anandology at gmail.com>
>> > I would like to know if it is possible to have a proposal submission
>> > system on the web-site in place by June 11th. Something like
>> > a simple web-form which can be used by the submitter to upload
>> > proposals. If so I will update <URL> with it and provide more details.
>> Yes, I can build a simple submission submission system.
> Very good. From the CFP you can see that we need the f
> following details.
> 1. Talk title
> 2. Duration
> 3. Category tags - We can either provide some standard tags but
> better this be a free field where user can enter his own tags.
> 4. Level - beginner/intermediate/advanced
> 5. Summary
> 6. Detailed outline (for reviewers)
> 7. Notes (for reviewers)
> 8. Primary author's - up to 3 names
> 9. Contact email(s) - This defaults to the email address of the
> user by which he has registered as a delegate in the pycon site.
> But he should be able to specify another email address. The
> proposal approval, reminder etc will be sent to this email.
> 10. Presented in Pycon 2009 ? - This could be useful to track our
> 11. If (10) name of the talk (optional)
User doesn't have to create an account in the website to register for
the conference. I don't want to make each delegate to remember yet
another password. We are starting CFP before the user registrations so
default values in #9 is invalid.
I would like to simplify it further.
1. talk title
7. contact address
8. notes for reviewers
9. support for uploading slides
I'll implement a form with 1-7 now. #8 and #9 will be implemented later.
The submitter will get an email after successful submission and that
email will contain a link to edit submitted talk. Anyone who knows the
URL will be able to edit the talk. No registration required!
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