[Linux-aus] [melbourne-pug] PyCon Australia 2015 Call for Proposals is Open!
mithro at mithis.com
Tue Apr 7 08:39:00 AEST 2015
If you are asking about PyCon being in Melbourne because you find it
financially hard to get to Brisbane I would suggesting looking at the
financial assistance program that PyCon AU runs. It won't be able to cover
everything but it can help make things a lot more affordable.
As Tennesee said, PyCon AU changes cities every two years. The conference
has been to Sydney, Hobart and Brisbane so it is running out of Australian
capital cities to attend, Melbourne is bound to come up soon :).
Tim 'mithro' Ansell
On 1 April 2015 at 10:17, Tennessee Leeuwenburg <tleeuwenburg at gmail.com>
> I'm pretty sure the plan is for Melbourne for the next two years. It
> rotates between bidding cities on a two-year timeframe. I'm not sure if
> it's definite but I understand Melbourne does have a bid in for 2016.
> Which, if it comes together, will be awesome.
> On 1 April 2015 at 10:01, Noon Silk <noonslists at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Is there a plan to host this thing in Melbourne at some point?
>> On Tue, Mar 31, 2015 at 6:49 PM, Clinton Roy <clinton.roy at gmail.com>
>>> Closes Friday 8th May
>>> PyCon Australia 2015 is pleased to announce that its Call for Proposals
>>> is now open!
>>> The conference this year will be held on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd
>>> August 2015 in Brisbane. We'll also be featuring a day of Miniconfs on
>>> Friday 31st July.
>>> The deadline for proposal submission is *Friday 8th May, 2015*.
>>> PyCon Australia attracts professional developers from all walks of life,
>>> including industry, government, and science, as well as enthusiast and
>>> student developers. We’re looking for proposals for presentations and
>>> tutorials on any aspect of Python programming, at all skill levels from
>>> novice to advanced.
>>> Presentation subjects may range from reports on open source, academic or
>>> commercial projects; or even tutorials and case studies. If a presentation
>>> is interesting and useful to the Python community, it will be considered
>>> for inclusion in the program.
>>> We're especially interested in short presentations that will teach
>>> conference-goers something new and useful. Can you show attendees how to
>>> use a module? Explore a Python language feature? Package an application?
>>> Four Miniconfs will be held on Friday 31st July, as a prelude to the
>>> main conference. Miniconfs are run by community members and are separate to
>>> the main conference. If you are a first time speaker, or your talk is
>>> targeted to a particular field, the Miniconfs might be a better fit than
>>> the main part of the conference. If your proposal is not selected for the
>>> main part of the conference, it may be selected for one of our Miniconfs:
>>> *DjangoCon AU* is the annual conference of Django users in the Southern
>>> Hemisphere. It covers all aspects of web software development, from design
>>> to deployment - and, of course, the use of the Django framework itself. It
>>> provides an excellent opportunity to discuss the state of the art of web
>>> software development with other developers and designers.
>>> The *Python in Education Miniconf* aims to bring together community
>>> workshop organisers, professional Python instructors and professional
>>> educators across primary, secondary and tertiary levels to share their
>>> experiences and requirements, and identify areas of potential collaboration
>>> with each other and also with the broader Python community.
>>> The *Science and Data Miniconf* is a forum for people using Python to
>>> tackle problems in science and data analysis. It aims to cover commercial
>>> and research interests in applications of science, engineering,
>>> mathematics, finance, and data analysis using Python, including AI and 'big
>>> data' topics.
>>> The *OpenStack Miniconf* is dedicated to talks related to the OpenStack
>>> project and we welcome proposals of all kinds: technical, community,
>>> infrastructure or code talks/discussions; academic or commercial
>>> applications; or even tutorials and case studies. If a presentation is
>>> interesting and useful to the OpenStack community, it will be considered
>>> for inclusion. We also welcome talks that have been given previously in
>>> different events.
>>> First Time Speakers
>>> We welcome first-time speakers; we are a community conference and we are
>>> eager to hear about your experience. If you have friends or colleagues who
>>> have something valuable to contribute, twist their arms to tell us about
>>> it! Please also forward this Call for Proposals to anyone that you feel may
>>> be interested.
>>> The most recent call for proposals information can always be found at:
>>> See you in Brisbane in July!
>>> Important Dates
>>> 1. Call for Proposals opens
>>> <http://2015.pycon-au.org/programme/submit_a_proposal>: Friday 27th
>>> March, 2015
>>> 2. Proposal submission deadline: Friday 8th May, 2015
>>> 3. Proposal acceptance: Monday 25 May, 2015
>>> Clinton Roy
>>> Lead Organiser
>>> PyCon Australia 2015
>>> melbourne-pug mailing list
>>> melbourne-pug at python.org
>> Noon Silk, ن
>> "Every morning when I wake up, I experience an exquisite joy — the joy
>> of being this signature."
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> Tennessee Leeuwenburg
> "Don't believe everything you think"
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