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Mon Oct 10 11:21:59 EDT 2016
Thanks for the report Iwan. Sounds like that was a great conference! I
sadly missed it... We all surely can learn from this. Happy to hear that it
was more diverse.
Also, Congratulations to PyZim on being fully funded despites the
obstacles. Good luck for their first ever PyCon! Looking forward to learn
from that as well
On another note, I know PyCon Namibia is going to happen sometime around
late February... for anyone interested, now is the time to start planning!
Le dim. 9 oct. 2016 à 11:53, Iwan Vosloo <iwan at reahl.org> a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I am just about heading home from attending PyConZA 2016 in Cape Town.
> PyConZA grew to over 380 attendees this year and there were quite a
> number of attendees and speakers from other African countries. I also
> understand from the organisers that, for the first time in the history
> of PyConZA, they had the budget to institute a structured effort to
> supply financial aid. More than ZAR60k was spent to help 11 people from
> Namibia, South Africa itself, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe to get here.
> I see the videos of talks are already starting to appear on
> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu-El65PtQm46aSbXkzykYQ if you are
> Well done to the organisers! Organising an event like this is not easy—I
> hope lots of others can learn from your experience and follow your
> example elsewhere in Africa.
> All eyes now on PyZim in Harare!
> - Iwan
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