The poll had around 100 people voting with around 64 percent for Bangalor and 36 for Chennai.
- Held it there last year. Twice in the same city rule useful for remote delegates.
- It also helps to learn from past mistakes and smooth out any rough edges in the second year. Larger volunteer traction can be generated.
- Larger number of small sponsors in Bangalore (is this really true?)
- More convenient climate and location for delegates from the North .
- If held twice in a row, its easier to negotiate contracts with vendors on the basis of repeat business.
- Bangalore weather is nicer and the initial.
- The Poll results are in favour of Bangalore
- Accommodation, Auditorium and Food are expensive.
High amount of enthusiasm shown by ChennaiPy and some ground work already done.
- Good student participation from Chennai last year.
Change in PyCon location would create awareness about Python in Chennai and would be helpful for college students.
- Kausik has met people at the recent Barcamp which indicates enough volunteers for ground work.
- humid climate
- Decent climate in September/October.
- Farther away from the North
- People will be taking flights anyway. If it's train, it's just a few hours more than Bangalore