We'll be working on a Django-based application to be used for PyCon 2007.
- A first-draft system, and plans for its future development
This section lists features that the final system should support. We'll prioritize which ones to work on at the sprint.
- Paper submission, processing, and acceptance
- Assembling the schedule
- Attendee feedback, during and after the conference
- Admin interfaces for changing registrations
- Sending e-mails to various subsets of users (e.g. all attendees, all committee members, all accepted authors)
- Most properties should be configurable (e.g. conference name, critical dates, prices), though maybe not through the web.
Some ideas for the paper-submission portion are at <http://www.amk.ca/w/ConferenceSWIdeas>.
Please list your name here if you think you'll make it.
Stephan Deibel -- If there is a pydotorg sprint, which is still not certain, I may have to do that instead or in addition.
- Martin Thomas - though trying to decide how to split self between this and Django
http://cern.ch/indico -- CERN's open source conference software written in Python