EuroPython started in 2002
The European Python and Zope Conference EuroPython (or EPC for short) was started in 2002 as a community initiative by a team of Python enthusiast in Europe to bring together Python and Zope users and developers, as well as provide an opportunity for those who are interested in these technologies to learn more about them.
EuroPython 2002 was the first major entirely community driven and organized Python event world-wide.
Since then, EuroPython has come a long way is now the largest event in Europe for all topics where Python is used, e.g. web technologies, science, data science, numerics, high performance computing, robotics, networking, etc.
In 2004, the EuroPython Society was created as non-profit organization to provide a legal body for the organization, owning the trademark and managing the EuroPython organization in cooperation with local organizers and teams.
EuroPython Conference Series Resources - conference programs, brochures, statistics, etc. for all years
EuroPython Workgroups - EuroPython is organized by a number of workgroups, anyone interested in helping can participate (please see the page for details and application)
EuroPython CFPs - calls for participation in the organization of EuroPython conferences, esp. for on-site teams
EuroPython resources available in this wiki:
EuroPython2016 - Wiki for the 2016 conference (Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain)
EuroPython2015 - Wiki for the 2015 conference (Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain)
EuroPython2014 - Wiki for the 2014 conference (Berlin, Germany)
EuroPython 2013 - archived website for the 2013 conference (Florence, Italy)
EuroPython 2012 - archived website for the 2012 conference (Florence, Italy)
EuroPython 2011 - archived website for the 2011 conference (Florence, Italy)
EuroPython2010 - Wiki for the 2010 conference (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
EuroPython2009 - Wiki for the 2009 conference (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
EuroPython2005 - Wiki for the 2005 conference (Gothenburg, Sweden)
EuroPython2004 - Wiki for the 2004 conference (Gothenburg, Sweden, June 7th-9th)
/2003 - our second successful conference, again in Charleroi, Belgium.
/2002 - information pertaining to the first event in 2002
Sponsors should see information on the Web site: http://www.europython.eu/sponsors/
This information is outdated, since the EuroPython organization has moved on since the early days, but we leave it here for reference and inspiration:
For conference organisers, the /SoftwareRequirements page looks at the issues around conference management software.
EuroPythonImprove is a start page for discussing how to improve the conference and the conference web site.