[Python-au] PyCon AU 2017 - CFP Deadline 7th May
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Sat Apr 29 09:26:25 UTC 2017
PyCon AU 2017’s Call for Proposal deadline - Sunday 7th May - is fast
approaching. We need your submissions now!
There are a few key pieces of information to be aware of in preparing your
PyCon AU 2017 is absolutely delighted to be offering child care for the
first time: https://2017.pycon-au.org/about/child-care/. Child care will
be offered on the specialist track and main conference days (Friday 4
August, Saturday 5 August and Sunday 6 August).
More details will be forthcoming. However, if you are considering
submitting a talk to the Call for Proposals and need to know more about
child care, you can contact us at contact at pycon-au.org.
Call for Proposals - page has been updated
Our Call for Proposals (CFP) page has been updated with many small
clarifications and updates over the last few weeks. To ensure you have all
the latest info, please review: https://2017.pycon-au.org/program/cfp/
Proposal Tips, Advice and Examples
In previous years, we have had numerous requests for more information
containing advice about what makes for a good proposal submission and real
examples from good submissions. This year we have published two such
If You Would Like Feedback On Your Proposal
We have also provided information should you wish to request feedback on
your talk proposal prior to the CFP close. This information is available on
our CFP page (https://2017.pycon-au.org/program/cfp/). If you scroll down,
information about obtaining feedback is located towards the bottom of the
If you have any questions, queries or comments, we’d love you to get in
touch. Please don’t hesitate to contact us via program at pycon-au.org.
PyCon AU 2017 Program Chair
Our sponsorship team has asked us to remind you that putting up a
conference like ours costs money. Please consider asking whether your
organisation would be interested in contributing to running PyCon
Australia. The program committee and sponsorship committee are separate and
make separate decisions, but the warm fuzzy feelings are shared all around.
More details are available at https://2017.pycon-au.org/sponsorship.pdf
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