We would like to draw your attention to the following sessions by the EuroPython Society and the Python Software Foundation, two of our Python community organizations working for you.
EuroPython Society Sessions
The EuroPython Society (EPS) is organizing the EuroPython conference series and working with the EuroPython Workgroups, including the on-site team, to run EuroPython conferences.
Each year, we are running our General Assembly at the conference, reporting on our activities and, probably more interesting for many of you, a session to introduce the organization concepts we’re using to run these conferences.
- EPS General Assembly - Thursday, July 21, 14:30, Room A2
- EuroPython 2017 - Help us build the next edition ! - Thursday, July 21, 14:00, Room A2
Both sessions are open to all EuroPython attendees.
If you’d like to help us with the organization, please attend the EuroPython 2017 session. You can also become a member of the EPS and then vote at the General Assembly.
Python Software Foundation Session
Python Software Foundation (PSF) is the organization behind Python
itself. It holds the IP rights, runs PyCon US and tries to help the
Python community world-wide to run events, user groups, workshops or
Python related programming projects by giving out grants.
This year, we’re again having a PSF Members meeting at EuroPython, where the PSF reports on its activities, new plans and organizational changes.
- PSF Members Meeting - Wednesday, July 20, 15:45, Room A2
The meeting is open to everyone, so if you want to learn more about the PSF activities, please join in.