[python-uk] Re: UK Python Conference 2004- pre-announcement
mwh at python.net
Wed Feb 4 06:50:25 EST 2004
"Andy Robinson" <andy at reportlab.com> writes:
> Thanks. I will do an announcement later this afternoon
> or tomorrow, as almost all the bios and abstracts are in.
> The programme is up at
> In a nutshell: there was not a call for papers, the ACCU
> prefer to "design" a programme and had very strong views
> on the kind of event they wanted to "bring Python back
> into the fold".
Here was me not being aware that Python was ever IN the fold... what a
strange thing to say.
> Specifically it had to be about the language and about programming,
> not about specific Open Source projects and frameworks, and they
> wanted a small number of talks by big names rather than a community
Also odd, from POV, but there you go.
> They asked me to be co-organiser of the track with one of their
> guys, who then faded out somewhat so it became a last minute dash.
> It's done and it's going to be good (but not cheap).
It certainly sounds like a contrast to EuroPython, that's for sure...
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