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Reminder: call for proposals "Python Language and Libraries Track"for Europython 2006

Samuele Pedroni
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Registration for Europython (3-5 July) at CERN in Geneva is now open,
if you feel submitting a talk proposal there's still time until
the 31th of May.

If you want to talk about a library you developed, or you know well
and want to share your knowledge, or about how you are making the best
out of Python through inventive/elegant idioms and patterns (or if you
are a language guru willing to disseminate your wisdom),

you can submit a proposal for the Python Language and Libraries


A track about Python the Language, all batteries included. Talks about
the language, language evolution, patterns and idioms, implementations
(CPython, IronPython, Jython, PyPy ...) and implementation issues belong
to the track. So do talks about the standard library or interesting
3rd-party libraries (and frameworks), unless the gravitational pull of
other tracks is stronger.

The full call and submission links are at:

Samuele Pedroni, Python Language and Libraries Track Chair
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