Just in case you didn’t find enough Easter eggs today, we have a whole basket of them waiting for you: the first set of accepted sessions for EuroPython 2016 in Bilbao.
From the around 300 proposals, 156 sessions were chosen for EuroPython 2016 in the first round:
- 125 talks
- 20 training sessions
- 11 local track talks
We still have several other session types coming (helpdesks, posters, panels, interactive sessions). These will announced separately.
Early in June we will have a short second Call for Proposals, limited to hot topics and most recent developments in software and technology. We will announce details soon.
Many thanks to everyone who submitted proposals. EuroPython wouldn’t be possible without our speakers.
The program work group will now work on the schedule. Given the number of sessions, this may take a while, but we’ll try to get it done as quickly as possible. The WG is also putting together a submission waiting list, which will be used to fill slots of speakers who cannot attend. Speakers on the waiting list will be contacted by the end of next week.
Happy Easter Weekend !