[python-uk] Python Trademark at Risk in Europe

John Lee jjl at pobox.com
Fri Feb 15 23:13:01 CET 2013

I imagine Andy may have some, because his company produced those 
conference programmes, IIRC :-)


On Fri, 15 Feb 2013, Duncan Booth wrote:

> I've posted about this on the ACCU mailing list asking if anyone has old
> conference programmes etc. they can send to the PSF. I need to see if I can
> find the appropriate person at work to write a letter.
> Duncan
> On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 9:08 AM, Andy Robinson <andy at reportlab.com> wrote:
>> Grrrrrrrr!!!!!!
>> I'll attempt to muster all my righteous indignation and write a letter
>> this weekend - also happy to contribute some money for lawyers.  If
>> anyone needs a 'Mr. Angry' to go and testify anywhere I would be happy
>> to.
>> Just a thought - surely the long track record of EuroPython
>> conferences must count for a lot within the EU?
>> I can probably work in the following...
>> - first person organising Python community technical meetings in
>> London, back to 1996
>> - (co) author of a book with Python in the title in 2000 - OK, it was
>> published by O'Reilly but it was promoted and on sale here
>> - first company based entirely on Python software, 2000 onwards,
>> evangelising the use of the language in UK etc etc
>> - 'chaired' UK Python Conference (albeit as a track somewhat under the
>> radar within the ACCU, but I can downplay) for about 5 years from 2002
>> onwards
>> Andy Robinson
>> ReportLab
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