[Python-au] python miniconf at linux.conf.au 2006

Alex King alex at king.net.nz
Tue Oct 18 02:20:41 CEST 2005

On Tue, 2005-10-18 at 08:20 +0930, Kim Hawtin wrote:
> Alex King wrote:
> > Hey,
> > 
> > linux.conf.au 2006 will be held in Dunedin, New Zealand from the 23rd -
> > 28th January.  This is the seventh exciting year of linux.conf.au.
> > Every year the conference gets bigger and more popular, attracting many
> > high profile speakers and well known Linux and Open Source Developers.
> > For more information on LCA, see http://lca2006.linux.org.au/
> > 
> > Preceeding the 2004 conference, there was a Python Miniconf.  (see
> > http://pig.slug.org.au/miniconf/)  The organisers would like to hold a
> > Python miniconf again, and we're seeking people with an interest in
> > attending/ speaking at the miniconf.  You don't need to be a linux
> > person to attend or speak at the miniconf. You do however need to
> > register at the main conference to attend the miniconf (unless you are a
> > miniconf speaker,) so it's likely to be of more interest to linux users
> > or potential linux users.
> > 
> > We've already had some expressions of interest from people wanting to
> > present at or participate in the minconf, but for it to become a reality
> > we need your help.
> > 
> > If you are interested in participating in a python miniconf, let me
> > know.  The miniconf will only go ahead if there is enough interest from
> > the Python community, and we're deciding that in the next two weeks.
> > 
> > Looking forward to seeing you next year in Dunedin, New Zealand,
> Has there been any updates to this yet?
There wasn't enough interest to go ahead with it.  It would be a good
candidate for a BOF though.



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