Talk voting is your chance to tell us what you’d like to see at EuroPython 2019. We will leave talk voting open until:
Friday, May 17 23:59:59 CEST
In order to vote, please log in to the website and then navigate to the talk voting page:
How talk voting works
The talk voting page lists all submitted proposals, including talks, trainings and posters. The proposals are sorted in random order.
In order to vote, have a look at the title/abstract and then indicate your personal interest in attending this session. We have simplified the voting process and you may choose between these four options:
- must see
- want to see
- not interested
The talks you haven’t voted for are marked “No vote”. Your votes are automatically saved to the backend without the need to click on a save or submit button.
Please note the voting period is a bit shorter this year. We want to make up some time and release a first selection of accepted proposals by May 22.
Who can participate?
Any registered attendee of the current EuroPython as well as any attendee of one of the past EuroPython conferences going back to 2015 can vote. If you have submitted a proposal this year, you are also eligible to vote.
After the talk voting phase, the EuroPython Program Workgroup (WG) will use the votes to select the talks and build a schedule.
The talk voting is a good and strong indicator what attendees are interested to see. Submissions are also selected based on editorial criteria to e.g. increase diversity, giving a chance to less mainstream topics as well as avoiding too much of the same topic.
In general, the Program WG will try to give as many speakers a chance to talk as possible. If speakers have submitted multiple talks, the one with the highest rating will most likely get selected.