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This page summarizes the feedback from the user-response forms from PyCon 2005. Overall ratings

Please rate your overall ...

Very low

Low

High

Very high

... satisfaction with PyCon

2

50

57

... satisfaction with the keynotes

6

55

56

... satisfaction with the talks

10

79

21

... satisfaction with the topics

13

77

26

... satisfaction with the sprints

2

3

20

19

... satisfaction with the network

3

24

46

24

... satisfaction with the food

1

15

62

32

... likelihood of attending next year

1

4

48

63 Talks 3 Favorite Talks

Please list your 3 favorite talks.

Disclaimer: these are not scientific counts.

Vote count:

Single votes: Learning Arabic, Happy Hooking, SchoolBell, Localized Type Inference, Time of Day, Documentation Costs Avoided, Streaming Python, PyBlosxom, PyLucene. Accommodations

"Where did you stay?"

"If you attend PyCon next year, would you stay at a conference hotel?"

If yes, what is your maximum per-person nightly hotel room budget?

Which location would you prefer for PyCon 2006?

Is the Washington DC metropolitan area convenient for you?

If PyCon were not to be in Washington DC, what 3 cities/regions would you prefer?

Boston (20 votes)

Chicago (20)

NYC (20)

San Francisco (18)

Philadelphia (14)

Seattle (12)

East Coast (9)

Atlanta GA (9)

Baltimore (9)

Orlando FL (7)

Texas (5)

Las Vegas NV (5)

Toronto (5)

California (5)

Hawaii (4)

Los Angeles CA (4)

Washington DC (4)

Northern VA (4)

Portland OR (4)

Midwest (4)

Miami FL (4)

San Diego (4)

North Carolina RTP (4)

West Coast (3)

Pittsburgh (3)

Colorado (3)

Montreal (2)

Vancouver BC (2)

San Jose CA (2)

Annapolis MD (2)

Richmond VA (2)

Other suggestions: New Orleans, Santa Fe NM, Providence RI, Minneapolis MN, NY State, South Carolina, and other places. Tutorials

Would you be interested in attending half-hour or hour-long tutorials next year?

Would you be interested in half-day (3-hour) tutorials?

How much would you be willing to pay for a half-day tutorial?

Please list tutorial subjects you would like to attend.

Single-vote topics: Win32, pcap files (?), how to do sprints, Unicode, cellphone programming, Chandler, frameworks, IT use of Python, migration from other languages, introspection, regexes, functional programming. Comments Multiple-vote items

One-vote items

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