[python-uk] Let us know what you'd like to see - PyCon UK 2019
ann.barr at uk.python.org
Sun Apr 7 06:55:34 EDT 2019
Just a reminder that you have until this Friday 12th April to help shape the topics for PyConUK 2019.
For PyConUK 2019 we’d like to hear from the Python community about what topics you would like to see at the conference.
To help us out, could you take 10 minutes to complete our online form to give us an idea of the talk and workshop topics you’d like to see covered at the conference. (Whilst we can’t promise to have a schedule that includes all of everyones’ suggestions, it will help us invite proposals that the community would like to see).
Your suggestions are valid whether you are a newbie, a serial conference attendee or everything else in between, so please do give us your views and share our form with your friends/colleagues.
As you may know, inclusivity and respect are amongst our key values as a community conference and we would just ask that your offer your suggestions in a similar manner.
PyConUK 2019 call for suggestions will be open until Friday 12th April, so please don’t miss out on the opportunity to shape your conference.
All submissions will be treated in confidence although we do intend to publish a summary of suggestions received to encourage proposals on the topics suggested.
Thanks in advance for helping us to deliver a Python community conference for the UK Python community.
PyCon UK 2019 - Cardiff City Hall, Friday 13th to Tuesday 17th September.
For ticket sales, call for proposals and other information keep an eye on http://2019.pyconuk.org <http://2019.pyconuk.org/> and https://twitter.com/PyConUK <https://twitter.com/PyConUK>. For enquiries, please email pyconuk at uk.python.org <mailto:pyconuk at uk.python.org>.
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