[Inpycon] Lightning Talks @ Pycon India

Shrayas rajagopal shrayasr at gmail.com
Tue Sep 9 09:22:17 CEST 2014

US PyCon 2014 has some good sections on Open Spaces[1]. We could borrow
some ideas from here.

As for lighting talks, it looks like they went through an approval process
as well. I found a section[2] of "accepted lighting talks" on their site.

[1]: https://us.pycon.org/2014/community/openspaces/
[2]: https://us.pycon.org/2014/schedule/lightning-talks/list/

On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 12:45 PM, Shrayas rajagopal <shrayasr at gmail.com>

> > The easiest way for the 'kiosk' is to have someone there, with a system
> > connected to the internet, who will assist those folks who want to vote
> > or submit, but cannot go online with own devices.
> ​+1. This could work !​
> > Or we can experiment on setting up a kiosk on a desktop system using
> > Fedora+SELinux. If you can ensure hardware is available at the venue,
> > and give me now the list of requirements that we will need, I can
> > experiment on the feasibility of a true kiosk.
> >
> ​> Rejy M Cyriac (rmc)​
> ​I think we can settle down with the volunteer driven kiosk. I say this
> because the information can be very spread out - Stickies, Funnel (if
> possible), Kiosk, etc. If we *just* do the kiosk thing​, then updating it
> to a shared google calendar would be easy!
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