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Open Space is a new concept for EuroPython. We've imported the idea from PyCon
and the Agile 2006 and XP 2006 conferences. An Open Space is an area reserved
for informal presentations, talks, demonstrations and discussions. Pretty much
anything is fair game. Important to the concept is that things are not planned
in advance. Instead, while at the conference, you reserve a time slot and
write down a title. If you are familiar with Lightning Talks, then you can think
of OpenSpace as non-plenary Lightning talks without the time limit.
Open Space is a new concept for EuroPython. We've imported the idea from PyCon and the Agile 2006 and XP 2006 conferences. An Open Space is an area reserved for informal presentations, talks, demonstrations and discussions. Pretty much anything is fair game. An important part of the concept is that things are not planned in advance. Instead, while at the conference, you reserve a time slot and write down a title. If you are familiar with Lightning Talks, then you can think of OpenSpace as non-plenary Lightning talks without the time limit.
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This provides a structured way to realise the main benefits of attending a conference:
sharing
experiences with the other attendees.  
This provides a structured way to realise the main benefits of attending a conference: to break down barriers between special interest groups and encourage the sharing of experiences with other attendees.
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This year, talks with a scientific theme will be presented alongside refereed papers. This merge reflects the common themes of both tracks in previous years, and it provides a focus for contributors with backgrounds in peer-reviewed fields of work and study. --- DB

Book Monday 9th of July to Wednesday 11th of July 2007 in your calendar. EuroPython 2007, the European Python and Zope Conference, will be held in Vilnius, Lithuania. Last year's conference was a great success, featuring a variety of tracks, amazing lightning talks and inspiring keynotes. But with your participation, we can make EuroPython 2007, the fifth EuroPython even more successful than the previous four.

This year, we have the following tracks planned:

  • Science/Refereed Papers Python Language and Libraries Web Frameworks Education (and everything else) Lightning Talks Open Space

After the conference we will, as usual, be holding Sprints.

XXX click here for 'what is a sprint' and 'why should I sprint'? XXX click here to propose a sprint XXX for a list of sprints already proposed?

Open Space is a new concept for EuroPython. We've imported the idea from PyCon and the Agile 2006 and XP 2006 conferences. An Open Space is an area reserved for informal presentations, talks, demonstrations and discussions. Pretty much anything is fair game. An important part of the concept is that things are not planned in advance. Instead, while at the conference, you reserve a time slot and write down a title. If you are familiar with Lightning Talks, then you can think of OpenSpace as non-plenary Lightning talks without the time limit.

This provides a structured way to realise the main benefits of attending a conference: to break down barriers between special interest groups and encourage the sharing of experiences with other attendees.

XXX sell this better - discussing/experience sharing is the main value not sure what to add.

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XXX There will be a refereed papers track as well this year, which will be announced separately.


how to rewrite this science/refereed being joined..

This year, talks with a scientific theme will be presented alongside refereed papers. This merge reflects the common themes of both tracks in previous years, and it provides a focus for contributors with backgrounds in peer-reviewed fields of work and study. --- DB

XXX lac: Ah, why are we merging this? Cannot write what I do not know. XXX say that we are chosing to have fewer tracks this year. To this end XXX Science and Refereed have been merged. And Education is now a big umbrella that XXX convers 'Social Skills' and 'Methodologies' for those people who want to XXX schedule a talk in those subjects. Or are we doing away with such things? XXX hope not, lac

To read a longer description of each track go here:

XXX fix track descriptions, update and fix link

To submit a talk, go here:

For more general information on the conference, please visit:

XXX make sure all necessary info is updated

XXX also mention sprint dates and where to propose sprints (12-14th of July).

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