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Deadline for submission of talks is August 15 2009, and acceptance will be conveyed for accepted talks by Sepember 1 2009. Deadline for submission of talks is August 1 2009, and acceptance will be conveyed for accepted talks by August 15 2009.  
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 * OLPC (One LaptopPer Child project) and Python  * OLPC (One Laptop Per Child project) and Python
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=== Types of talks (lightning, regular, tutorial, sprint etc.) ===
The regular talks will be of 30 to 45 minutes duration each.
The lightning talks will be (true to their name) of 5 minutes duration.
The action will be at the following kinds of tracks. Regular and lightnning talks, tutorials, and sprints.
 * The regular talks will be of 30 to 45 minutes duration each.
 * The lightning talks will be (true to their name) of 5 minutes duration.
 * Sprints will be hands-on collaborative interactive sessions to advance the art on a Python project.
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Register on the [[Pycon India website] | [http://in.pycon.org/2009]] and then use the link provided to submit your talk.

Proposal submitted must include the following
 * Title
 * Summary/ abstract
 * Detailed talk outline, motivation, references/ links to any original work,
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=== Should include details about materials (slide decks), code, copyright etc. ===
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ubmission should include slide deck in pdf format and detailed notes for audience reference.
Final submission should include slide deck in pdf format and detailed notes for audience reference.
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== FAQ ==
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= Useful links =
 * Call for proposals from the US PyCon http://us.pycon.org/2009/conference/proposals/
 * A much simpler one from EuroPyCon http://www.europython.eu/talks/
 * Even simpler one from Singapore http://pycon.sit.rp.sg/conference


''''All the stuff above this line is example only and needs to be removed before drafting the actual thing''''
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CategoryPyConIndia2009

Overall scheme

Invitation

Pycon India 2009 invites you to the first ever Pycon in India, to deliver talks to share your experiences in academia or industry, and/ or expertise in all topics concerning Python.

For help on how to decide upon a topic and prepare the presentation, see Andrew Kuchling's talk at Pycon US 2009:
How to Give a Python Talk http://us.pycon.org/2009/conference/schedule/event/6/

Dates and Venue

Pycon India 2009 will be held on September 26 and 27, 2009 at IISc Bangalore. Deadline for submission of talks is August 1 2009, and acceptance will be conveyed for accepted talks by August 15 2009.

Sample topics (not exclusive)

Talk format

The action will be at the following kinds of tracks. Regular and lightnning talks, tutorials, and sprints.

  • The regular talks will be of 30 to 45 minutes duration each.
  • The lightning talks will be (true to their name) of 5 minutes duration.
  • Sprints will be hands-on collaborative interactive sessions to advance the art on a Python project.


How to submit

Register on the [http://in.pycon.org/2009 and then use the link provided to submit your talk.

Proposal submitted must include the following

  • Title
  • Summary/ abstract
  • Detailed talk outline, motivation, references/ links to any original work,


Final submission should include slide deck in pdf format and detailed notes for audience reference. Speakers are encouraged to use a liberal Creative Commons license for any material submitted.


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