EuroPython 2017 will be held in Rimini, Italy
mal at europython.eu
Sat Oct 29 11:15:59 EDT 2016
After carefully reviewing all proposals we had received and intense
discussions with the teams, the EuroPython Society (EPS) is happy to
announce the decision to accept the proposal from the Italian on-site
team, backed by the Python Italia APS, to hold EuroPython 2017 in
The EPS would like to thank all teams who have entered bids for our
Call for Interest (CFI):
* Python Italia APS: Milan/Como/Genoa/Rimini, Italy
* The local Czech Python community: Brno, the Czech Republic
* Python San Sebastian Society (ACPySS): Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain
The conference will be held at the Rimini PalaCongressi in July
2017. The exact dates are still subject to negotiations with the
venue. We’ll announce them as soon as they are finalized.
Until then, here’s the official EuroPython 2017 URL for you to
bookmark, where we’ll open up the website in January 2017:
*** EuroPython 2017 Pre-launch Website ***
Companies who would like to signup as EuroPython 2017 sponsor are
encouraged to contact the sponsor workgroup at
sponsoring at europython.eu.
Until we have the 2017 sponsor brochure in place, please have a look
at our 2016 brochure:
We will be preparing the launch of the website in January 2017. If
you’d like to sign up early as launch sponsor, please contact us in
the next two months.
As with the past conferences, we will try to make EuroPython 2017 as
effective as possible for sponsors by offering more booth space and
sponsors slots than ever before.
This is your chance to reach out to more than 1.100 enthusiastic and
highly motivated EuroPython attendees !
Organizing a EuroPython event is a lot of work and with the workgroup
concept, we have opened up much of the organization for remote
If you want to help, please apply for one or more workgroups which you
feel match your interests and experience. If you’d like to help, but
don’t have enough experience, yet are willing to learn, please apply
as well. The application process is described on our workgroups page:
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