[PyAR2] PyArkansas Conference
srilyk at gmail.com
Wed Aug 20 04:42:37 CEST 2008
I'd be really interested in the Sysadmin talk!
On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 7:45 PM, Noah Gift <noah.gift at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would be happy to be as helpful as I could for you first conference. I
> live in Atlanta, GA, which is about 9 hours away. I would be more than
> happy to swap giving tutorials and a talk for a plane ticket if that is
> I could give a pretty good tutorial on systems administration with Python
> which could take 2.5 hours. Alternately, I could also give a talk on Google
> App Engine.
> On Mon, Aug 18, 2008 at 8:11 PM, Greg Lindstrom <gslindstrom at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi Noah,
>> Marsee Henon (O'Reilly) gave me your address to contact as a possible
>> speaker at our regional Python conference on October 4th. This is a one-day
>> conference (8:30-3:30) and we would use you as much as possible. The
>> morning session is set up for a 2-1/2 hour class and the afternoon is set
>> for 2-50 minute talks. The day will wrap up with a panel discussion. Your
>> experience would be a great addition for our more advanced users,
>> complimenting our beginning and intermediate level classes.
>> You can check out our wiki at http://pycamp.python.org/Arkansas/HomePage.
>> Is this something you would be interested in?
>> Our main concern is the cost involved (I'm sorry if that's blunt...this
>> is our first conference and we're learning as we go. No disrespect
>> intended). How does the speakers program work and how much would it cost us
>> to get you to attend and teach? We would love to have you come, if at all
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