Call for Proposal for 2012 (Closed)
The call for proposals is CLOSED. Check out the accepted talks.
PyCon accepts a broad range of presentations, from reports on academic and commercial projects and case studies. Suitable topics include, but are not limited to:
- Web Programming (e.g Django, Pylons, Web2Py, TurboGears)
- Python in Education, Science and Maths
- Business and Scientific Applications
- Python Libraries and Extensions
- Embedding and Extending Python
- Game Programming
- GUI Programming
- Network Programming
- Packaging Issues
- Programming Tools
- Project Best Practices
- System Administration
- Python Implementations: IronPython, Jython, PyPy and Stackless.
The primary presenter should submit a proposal. This is to help us make arrangements for reviewers and draft the conference programme. The proposal must include the following:
- Title of talk
- Description of the talk (min 150 words)
- Choice of one or more category tag
- Difficulty level i.e. beginner, intermediate or advanced.
- Permission for your talk to be recorded.
- The following personal details: Vocation and Years of experience using Python
Presentation Slide / Paper Submission
Presentation Slide Submissions
Once your proposal is accepted, we have made submissions easier for PyCon APAC in 2012. We will be accepting presentation slides for the conference. And for the benefit of attendees, we request for slides to be annotated in the notes section unless slides are clearly explanatory. All presentations should be sent to email@example.com.
For presenters who wish to submit papers, PyCon APAC will in addition accept full paper submissions for publication in The Python Papers. Full paper submissions should contain all of the usual aspects of a paper such as an abstract, introduction, body and conclusion. The paper will be peer-reviewed by the programme committee and a notice of paper acceptance with review comments will be sent to the author(s). Accepted papers can be amended by the author(s) where applicable, taking into account reviewers' comments before re-submission for publication.
- All papers will be published in The Python Papers (http://www.pythonpapers.org). We suggest, but do not require, all authors to place their papers under the Creative Commons license.
- Please see http://www.pythonpapers.org/instAuthor.html for the preferred formats of submission.
- Please submit your papers at http://ojs.pythonpapers.org/index.php/tpp/author