After participating in several other online events in Europe, we found that there is a lot of interest in these events from other time zones as well. This is a real advantage of running an online event: without the need to travel, joining an event becomes much easier.
To make it possible for speakers from the Americas and India/Asia/Pacific regions to give talks at EuroPython 2020 as well, we have decided to extend the schedule and provide extra slots in the CEST morning and the evening hours, so that we can have almost 80 talk slots available, and run a second CFP with specific emphasis on submissions from outside the central European time zones.
Submitting a talk
We will run this second CFP from May 11 until May 24.
To submit a talk, please visit our CFP page on the website. This has all the necessary details on how to submit a talk.
We would also welcome submissions for helpdesks and posters, regardless of time zone, since we haven’t received any in the first CFP.
Results from the first CFP
The results from the first CFP will be announced on Sunday (May 10).