Talk voting is your chance to tell us what you’d like to see at EuroPython 2020. We will leave talk voting open until:
Sunday, April 26 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, helpdesks 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.
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, give a chance to less mainstream topics as well as avoid 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.
(*) We will start ticket sales in the coming days to give you a chance to participate in talk voting as well.