EuroPython 2018: Call for Proposals (CFP) is open

M.-A. Lemburg mal at
Mon May 7 05:34:38 EDT 2018

We’re looking for proposals on every aspect of Python: programming
from novice to advanced levels, applications and frameworks, or how
you have been involved in introducing Python into your
organization. EuroPython is a community conference and we are eager to
hear about your experience.

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Please also forward this Call for Proposals to anyone that you feel
may be interested.

Important Notice: New Conference Layout

Please note that the conference layout has changed compared to
previous years, the main conference (talks) is now only three days:

* Monday and Tuesday:
    trainings, workshops and Beginners’ Day only
* Wednesday, Thursday, Friday:
    talks, panels, posters, helpdesks, open sessions, etc.
    (no trainings!)

Submit your proposal

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	    Submissions will be open until Sunday, May 20.

Given the compact timing this year, one should not bet on an
extension, please submit your proposals as early as possible - also to
reduce work load of the reviewers. Thank you.

Presenting at EuroPython

We will accept a broad range of presentations, from reports on
academic and commercial projects to tutorials and case studies. As
long as the presentation is interesting and potentially useful to the
Python community, it will be considered for inclusion in the program.

Can you show something new and useful? Can you show the attendees how
to: use a module? Explore a Python language feature? Package an
application? If so, please consider submitting a talk.

Submission types

* Regular Talk / approx. 110 slots
* Trainings / 12 slots.
* Panels
* Interactive
* Posters / 15 slots
* Helpdesk / 6 slots


You may suggest your submission for a track. Tracks are groups of
talks, covering the same domain (e.g. Django), all in the same room in
a row. You may choose one of these specialized domains / tracks:

* Business Track (running a business, being a freelancer)
* DevOps
* Django Track
* Educational Track
* General Python
* Hardware/IoT Track
* PyData Track
* Science Track
* Web Track

PyData EuroPython 2018

As usual, there will be a PyData track at this year’s

The PyData track is run in cooperation with NumFocus and
the PyData Edinburgh meetup.

Discounts for Content Contributors

Since EuroPython is a not-for-profit community conference, it is not
possible to pay out rewards for talks or trainings.

For talks, posters, help desk and organizing a panels or interactive
sessions we will give out a 25% discount coupon valid for one
conference ticket.

Trainers will receive a 100% discount coupon for both a conference
ticket and a training pass to compensate for the longer preparation

More details

Since there's a lot more detail to how the CFP works, please check the
CFP page for additional information:

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EuroPython 2018 Team

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