This page will be updated with more details closer to the conference.
As last year, we are again holding the annual EuroPython conferernce as an online conference. This year, we will be using a more integrated conference system to make navigation better and provide a more streamlined experience.
Once we have finalized the tooling, we will publish all the details and intro videos in the separate Chat and Conference System pages. Please check back and see what we have prepared for you.
- Chat System as central conference platform, with channels to enable interactivity and links to the conference system rooms. We hope to set up Matrix server for this.
- Conference System for audio / video, Q&A, polls, etc. during talks. We will use Zoom and Jitsi for these.
We all hope to recreate the glory of the Hallway Track where we've met and made friends. So we have set up a virtual space on our social platform (likely wonder.me) where everyone can move around, meet, have video chats with each other. In addition, we will have a hallway chat channel on our chat server.
Sponsors will have a dedicated area on our social platform, so you can pop in to say hi any time. They will also have a video channel on our Chat system, where they can do presentations, demos or even run additional talks, training sessions, etc.
The exhibit will be available to sponsors for all three conference days.
Presentations & Tutorials
Training sessions and workshops (Jul 26 & 27) and conference talks (Jul 28-30) will take place in the following formats.
Training & Workshops
Training sessions and workshops will be held in Zoom webinar/meeting tracks or similar technology of 3 hours of duration each, with break(s) in between.
Speakers will be invited to give their talk on a software with staging capability. Each talk will be either 30 or 45 minute duration. Q&A sessions will take place at the final 5 minutes of each meeting. All the videos will be integrated in the Chat System for attendees to watch and ask questions in one place. Additionally, we are planning to use separate breakout text and video chat where attendees can ask additional questions, similar to what we have at the in-person conference.
Posters will be collected into a gallery page, together with PDF versions of the documents. Poster sessions will then be held in Zoom meeting or something similarly interactive, so that the speakers can answer questions and present more details of their work using screen-sharing.
Lightning talks will be held in the plenary track. The proposals will be collected on a Google Form that will be made available in our chat system on the day of the Lightning Talk session, similar to how we run this at the in-person event.
We will have one or two open space tracks at the conference, where attendees can schedule their own sessions and then run them in Jitsi or similar technology. We will set up a sheet on Google Drive to register and coordinate sessions, which we will make available via a link in our chat system.
Sprints will take place on Saturday, Jul 31, and Sunday, Aug 1. They are free to attend, but do require registration.
Each team will receive a chat channel with a built-in Jitsi room for collaboration. To submit a proposal, please follow the instructions on the Sprints page.