[Inpycon] Speaker Compensation
ramdaz at gmail.com
Wed Jul 6 07:15:45 CEST 2011
On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 9:13 AM, Harshad Oak <harshad at rightrix.com> wrote:
> With reference to mail below, please let me know what our policy on speaker
> compensation is. I think we should have a page on the site that we can point
> to in response to such a query.
> - I have deleted the sender's name for privacy.
I guess we will have several cases like this. I am all for helping people
who really want to attend.
But this could also trigger hundred such applications, and with all respect
and concern for the genuinely interested students, you have no way of
verifying the ingenuity of these applications, and we need a volunteer to
check and verify, and approve. In addition there could also be some
applications where a student may be looking for a free joy ride or excursion
to Pune. How do you decide?
There's a thread discussing this and the general consensus is that student
speakers whose talk is selected will get sponsored. The exact sponsorship ie
travel and lodging charges is not arrived yet.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> I am a student and lives in Chandigarh which is far away from the
> Pune. I have also registered a talk named as "Hungry Snake - My First
> Game Using Pygame API" . My pygame articles also got published in the
> May and July edition of the Linux For You. I really want to attend
> this pycon.
> I am a student and I can't afford the expanse for my whole trip. Can
> you provide me any compensation in any manner??? I have read somewhere
> that pycon's provide the travelling allowance to the needy one or so.
> So plz help me. I don't want to miss this opportunity at any cost.
> Waiting for your reply
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