[Inpycon] Minutes of a meeting that took place today
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Wed Apr 20 12:01:11 CEST 2011
+1 on 5 mins Lightning Talk. But Noufal, does it have to be impromptu ?
How would you judge whether it is a good talk?
On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 11:20 AM, Roshan Mathews <rmathews at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 09:57, Noufal Ibrahim <noufal at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The tutorials are charged so that
> > 1. People have high expectations.
> > 2. People receive materials and stuff.
> > 3. The conference makes some money
> > 4. The conference can get commercial quality training done by
> > professional trainers and actually pay them cash to do so.
> I'm sure that there are lots of factors that will affect the pricing
> of tickets, but here are some numbers I pulled from a quick search
> RubyConf US 2010 - USD 300
> RubyConf India 2011 - INR 1500
> So that's a conversion factor of 5, or say 4 if we don't want to be pricey.
> PyCon US 2011 -
> Corporate USD 600
> Individual USD 350
> Student USD 225
> Tutorial USD 150 each
> So that will give us indicative figures for PyCon India 2011:
> Corporate INR 2400
> Individual INR 1400
> Student INR 900
> Tutorial INR 600 each
> I guess the ratios might be helpful. So then, if the main conference
> tickets (Individual) are around INR 350, then the tutorials can be INR
> > In the US system, you *have* to register for the conference regardless
> > of what you're planning to attend. Then, if you want to attend
> > tutorials, you have to pay per tutorial (with some discounts if you're
> > taking more than one).
> According to http://us.pycon.org/2011/tickets/ ... people could buy
> tickets only for the tutorials and not for the main conference.
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