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Community Voting

Welcome to EuroPython Community Voting! We want feedback about what YOU would like to see at EuroPython 2024. We more than 620 proposals covering many aspects of Python, and we are excited to be putting together an engaging, educational and entertaining programme. Your feedback is an important ingredient in this refinement and curation process.

Community Voting was open:

from Wednesday, 20 March 23:00:00 CET

until Saturday, 30 March 23:59:59 Anywhere on Earth

Thank you for voting!

Our guiding principles

  • Our EuroPython family will directly shape the conference programme.
  • It is a blind process to guard against inevitable bias: speakers’ names will not be displayed; submissions will be displayed in random order for each voting participant.
  • It’s robust against anonymous manipulation: only identities already known to us can participate.

Who can participate?

To be eligible to vote, you need an email address already known to us, i.e. one that has been used for any of the following:

  • You’ve registered for one of the past EuroPython conferences between 2015 - 2023;
  • You’ve submitted a proposal for 2024;
  • You have a conference ticket for 2024.

[Closed] How do I vote?

  • Go to the Community Voting page.
  • Enter an eligible email address (see Who can participate above).
  • If the email is known to us, you will receive an email with a confirmation link.
  • Check your inbox (and spam) for the email with the confirmation link - click it and let the voting begin!

You should stay logged in by default. But if you are somehow logged out, just use the confirmation link from the email again or re-enter your email address to receive a new confirmation link.

Don’t remember which email was used for EuroPython?

  • Try a few different emails you might have used.
  • If you no longer have access to the email account once used to register for a past conference, (e.g. it belongs to a previous employer), we unfortunately cannot add or change it for you.

How does the voting system work?

For each submission, you can choose only one of four options

Must seeWant to see
MaybeNot interested
  • Your vote for each submission is automatically saved, but you can change it at any time before the voting phase ends.
  • Whenever you refresh the page, the order of the submissions will be randomised again.
  • You can filter submissions based on tracks you are interested in. You can also filter the ones you have not voted on.
  • You are welcome to leave optional comments for each submission you vote on. They will only be shared with the programme team.

Selection of Submissions

We believe that a good conference consists of popular talks as well as new or niche topics - all by and for our diverse community. Ultimately, it is the programme team who curate and are responsible for the final programme, but one of the major factors upon which they rely, will be the preferences of the community through this voting process. We aim to publish the first round of list of sessions in Mid May.

The community voting has ended. Thank you for contribution

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