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1st few slides and then later on have this image on of course if you have questions just you feel free to ask them to remove presentation of we don't want to put everything at the end because then we lose the context 1st of all of the question how many of you know worked in the years use how many don't know OK so the GPS was founded in 2004 when we found that Europe about your presence started in 2002 and by 2004 we wanted to have an organization that basically holds the IP rights of circuit of the conference and make sure that the it's a continuous process that the selection process works for each new location that the the transfer of knowledge words from 1 location to the next and of Europe as society was supposed to back up the local organizers at time so the way work was that the your present society had the the trademarks of and the what it was supposed to have these social accounts of for the for the conference the PS used to select just select the the conference location not actually run the conference itself that was being done by local organizers but every now and then we will we switch we had to use the process to then determine the new location and then work with all the organizers to actually make it happen In 2 thousand 15 we thought that all realize that that the old model of doing this would no longer work out because we have serious problems finding new local organizers doing the conference because it had grown this big and I mean this this year for example we have 11 hundred attendees last year we have 12 hundred attendees so that's the size of we cannot easily just do the the conference organization like that on the side here it's actually full-time support for for quite a few organizers and so we thought that we use a workable model to make it possible to scale this up in a better way and the work groups are meant to allow work to be done remotely so there are lots of things that you can do remotely for example you can match the website remotely you can do with communications remotely condone marketing in these things remotely and this is what we started this year for the 1st time and it has not yet really work out all the way but I think we're 1 we're doing fine in developing this kind of model and different when continue using 1 of the most important things there is that we want to reduce the loss of institutional knowledge from location to location because we always had in the past we always had an issue having the the knowledge that was gained at 1 location being transferred to the next location usually what happens is that we get a completely new websites software set up so you're present has a about 6 or 7 different websites systems but by now out of the on the little details that you you find when organizing a conference those teachers we usually not transferred to the next year so the same mistakes happen over and over again and of course there's a financial risk associated with this and we want to reduce that risk and of and have GPS signed contracts instead of having local organizers signed contracts now this year we tried that didn't work out because we couldn't manage the VAT taxes with the here's the try to get it for this but it's on of the Swedish government would give us 1
so we have to deal with that of next year so the log the under the new structure of the local team is meant to just to the on-site work and we tried to do most of the other things remotely and practice this for this year it hasn't really work out that well so what happens is that you know we we have to recruits mostly active members in those workgroups were actually members from the on-site t plus a few members from GPS board but we just started this year so we have good hopes for for the next years right so just a few dates maybe to show you how the whole thing developed in July last year we had the election of you bought and then in October we did the CFP for your past rather late behind December we announce the winner is the prior says this present and Sebastian user and in January magenta actually we start to work with the basic process to from the common and so the because conference itself the whole conference was set up in a very short time as you can see in January 2015 we also because we started with work was the set of all the infrastructure for the work groups so we use in making this for that reason you meals holding using travel for for a few workgroups to managers task that we set up a freelance site 10 because people were starting to ask when or where the website was and we set up the stream of pre-launch website because it took a bit longer to lecture long actually launched the in the final version of websites and then in March we managed to get the the final websites running the websites of was using the code base that was used in Florence because that was over very complete conference software and that can be this year again there are lots and lots of cool features and the software and we once we managed to get a working really work very nicely and so we didn't have to anything much to to make it work like what you see so then in March we also launched ticket sales and then we run the calls for proposals again relate than in April we had this part has issue with which was the that actually the 1st figure shows history that we have in may we have within a program set up and announced and creating talk boarding the started talk top-loading spot and last year it was done in Florence and was also invented in Florence that was a very good kind of is turn out to be a very good way to to figure out which talks talk proposals itself it looks kind of like crowdsourcing effort so basically all the people that have bought tickets can then go to the website and called on the different talk proposals and and the program work group would then take those results and based on those results would then go ahead and and and actually do the selection of the the selection was mainly done on the based on results from the top um but the program or a group of course also took care to for example increased diversity of of be the number of the speakers of the number of topics that we're done by women it also took the chair that each speaker only we tried to have speaker only do 1 talk so that you can get you can get more and more speakers instead of having 1 speaker to fight talks and the other so you want so I think I'm 1 little bit notable exceptions because I did I don't want to opt for for your present in the present context and and now together with time you're doing to other toxicity UPS of this is more on the side of the conference is not really in the normal case right and then in the June we had this get along and took a bit to get that but again because we had a few issues with the website but we finally figure out how to actually publish website as as schedule on the website and then in July we followed up with regard to the application and now we have pure Python and today we have the General Assembly so overall it took just 6 months organized this conference which I find really impressive and his and we really have to thank the local team allow for this and without this wouldn't have happened within the last case so thank you right and just to give you impression of how the development of with a Europe has some good stuff very small and with 240 people in China 1 Belgium
and then every year to increase the the attendees has increased a bit when we went to in when you went down again and it because it's a bit far away many people but it was very interesting and then in Birmingham picked up again and last year we have a list of 100 we have had the peak so far in the valley it's decreased by about 100 which is not really much and and given that is right at the center of everything and he's very easy to get there and all of their their their over train connections and everything so uh and it's not surprising that will balance decreased the from we hope to increase and again in the few hundred next year we have to see how that happens I think that when when people go home again and they know how well organized this conference was and how beautiful the location beautiful Bilbao is I think the world different come back and get us more attendees mixture which is good because the more attendees also of course also means more work but it it also means more sponsors and and sponsorship for important for for the previous because in the long run what we we would like to be a something like Europe she in confirmation of has suffer foundation so that we we try to use the conference to to make money and then to redistribute that money to the European Python community so what we ideally long or would like to have the grants program we can go to the PS and ask for transfer running smaller conferences will running projects in Python and so we this is all term goal for this and for that we need to increase the sponsorship from what we currently have at the moment for this conference for example the sponsorship revenue is about 175 180 thousand euros which is really not much I mean if you look at like when as piconets has way over a million dollars in sponsorship money every year so this is quite a big they have about both between 2003 thousand I think it's about 2 thousand 500 on at the moment and so I mean compared to europe right pattern has about a thousand but mean it's just like double the size and that the the sponsorship money there's but I mean in the US is much easier to get sponsors because several and to sponsor things and in Europe it's not that easy so we have to try to talk to all the big sponsors that you have by Congress for example whether they would like to do the same kind of thing and in Europe you can see that if the school for example work has worked out great but thanks to follow obvious good connections to the ghouls sponsorship of
contact they really invest a lot of money this year we're trying to do the same with Intel we're trying to do the same with Microsoft Facebook so need to get better connections to them better build better relationships with them and make everything so now I'm going to pass over to the idea of this talk about the work groups but if we
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things that as sorry I know you guys in the center of the world but the linear is more connected if that was the statement and and the other thing was I want to mention is that I had many people asking about its around Uganda the web site and how they could be that it was hard to tell and how we chose how come it shows that the Italian version instead of the last year versions and the background is
that we contacted both the main developers of of Italian and German versions and based on the supports because we didn't have much resources and both were very this has to be very for further requests but the talent in turned out to be ready to do more and more more work so that both most of these decision of software software work great suffers as well 1 so the work groups that the workgroups concept we had in mind that we had 1 group to work group to person or to depending on the the work group size and working members that would focus on 1 specific topics sensitive specific things all of the conference and it could you work remotely in we could organize those work groups with voting members and a few other working normally voting members the team's work patterns and so and were beautiful looking 2 set Decalogue conference administrations still having to run contract with the venue tickets support 1 finest group to control or budgets to accounting feelings and check out of that that connect with other of what all work groups that needed something from the budget and sponsors so for instance sponsors and finance were very connected workgroups all sponsors of course that was intoxicant contact new sponsors sponsors logistics as explore expulsive needs and everything communications press release community
relations and work on the diversity not reach core code of conduct in follow up with mailing lists the support that uh contact the help with the users financial aid them in and the selection of a set of friends a or arise 8 put up information marketing that do their jobs the program that mark mark and there already told about which is repeated can the lab work final leads to the website everything related to media team to do the recording and translations no cost the most important thing in your notes I came to handle as it to like a little for those those workgroups and I work locally on on all the providers of then you all the need it's regarding structuring of printing logistics of the thing with the toxicity this was quite important to have guidelines to come get communications right to avoid putting people in a place where they wouldn't actually understand where they could could help and the the guidelines are necessary for on necessary for those groups also because students welcome new people and and and shows they help to keep the knowledge and hopefully act as a cold called ways to improve them near due that new editions in the proposed is that the guidelines evolved pretty much in line with the conferences regions so every year in which we learn something new every year we have new members new ideas and we really think that those guidelines
should should just be written by the volunteers and the people during the conference and hopefully from the people back from the people enjoying offices all we did a lot of we have a lot of contents to week he has an on you we did with the content we use set a few procedures and documents to handle for the community and the confusion that the conference workflows and needs so again the they this year was was pretty much a density here hardly by the sum over all and I think this year was really a big step forward and doing something that can stand for for the future editions we did a lot of things many things need not be great on on the workflow side of things but we really I think this is a real proved that we can can handle this I if we could specially that informed about would organize a conference like this and so 6 months with a lot of attention on small time and and many unplanned surprises like for instance and Starting with the number of
volunteers and ending up with a fraction of that number pretty soon that proves that we really can do incredible stuff if we have time we can do even better so I guess that's that have come out of those are you buy them from society contacts for information you can check the website we have a lot in every request there are many tells you you you can contact in your part society you through the board of the men in this for the channels so I invite everyone that want to help the step ahead hello propose a years keep keep happiness doing what we do but 1st 4 thank you was that there was a case of anybody got questions and the so thank you much for organizing it's amazing conference and I have just just 2 things that I want to raise the income to talk voting so it was really amazing compared to some sense and fries commission which was picking up make use of and the only thing is I I think that everyone should have like a limited amount of votes and you can give you otherwise and you have to consider lots of talks that had very catchy titles were not completing the promise and I think dedicated to themselves because of the freedom of you know voting for as many times as you want I think that the buyers those catchy titles stores should be selected so perhaps Alex wants face something about that because you have to use 1 of the well whether to access anywhere but it just my my only thing is like whenever you are going to model of crowdfunding crowdvoting assign you always to introduce the concept of some kind of of currency or otherwise if it's unlimited so then you introduce lot of biases and this comes from the fact that because everyone has a limited time here so this says that everyone can vote as to as many talks as you can attend basically 20 or something that's so basically I can I can answer that directly from the Baltic program recruitment sodium plot basically so mark similar results because but on top we spend a lot of time on the algorithm becomes comparing and it was not just like the number of moles that was 1 of more complicated thing is not possible algorithm this morning preference so it doesn't really matter if you
voted for many talks because we didn't have the only some of the points that didn't comparison averages and so that we may finally used the algorithm will also be just brought to us we we mentioned the change of order was no possibility of downloading and part but there are some things I think we can improve on the voting process articles from me but limited only to people having a ticket and I want to suggest that we include people probably having attended 1 you Python because basically want to build a great conference for attendees at but we don't want spanning goes from making multiple caps lock basically what what was was last year is that it was like something the feed that into the you can include that question to to the people creating the talk so if data was all so so my only concern like issue here is that it's actually amazing that that you decided to go this path rather than actually making the whole were voting closed but I'm saying that if we really want to achieve the transparency of the selection you know either we go with the Krauts voting and then like like crowdvoting that is fully transparent are like some inhibits system where you say like you can vote would actually done because after that there was a moderate that would do something with whatever you do with people it's an going infrastructure to for available on the web site and uh it's
nothing really in the way they work was that we basically use the system looked at all the voting results and then the voting results were then used by the program recruit to then make the actual selection so what for example the program to date was instead of having 10 talks about a married and async I O which is very popular this year they just selected a few those and and instead gave preference to 2 other subjects which were a bit underrepresented in top what results so the the voting results we use as a basis for the selection but I think it's already is the lost of forward because we don't have this kind of meeting decision process for the for the for the talks we sometimes get biases from from those committees in into the talks selection so um that happens sometimes you what is the number 1 is voting and it's a collective decision of everyone to have a certain kind of talks and I think that's a community decision to community decided 1 of 10 I think this was due to the growing problem of that takes account but also like why the at the top coding was introduced in 2011 and there was a progression on 1 side the mention handling with 3 3 100 talks but you need to know review look at it and it turns out that public voting if you see the people voting I don't think anyone all all of the talks I can't remember anyone that actually voted every talk it's if you need to spend the whole day clicking like I don't think there is a difficult thing it is a very interesting topic repeat what seems to be a better compromise that that actually there there are many theories about how we should do this is rendered interest in this that discussion so all the resources the use of the resources we could try and with some of link reality that the algorithms we have used if you care about them and you wanted to improve its I would really like invited to make suggestions or try to prove that we are all open to improve let's see if we have differences among these hanging from the perspective of a person that is willing to contribute to the notion that not like really area with the clean discussion is really because it's a hard thing to do and the things that we chose to not do everything these because toward some some sort of boxes of the and these preferences like we catalog of diversity we care about giving the opportunity to everyone to talk so that people are biased by their friends like was by people at the they already known so it would be hard for someone like young don't have I enough experience that I have enough ability to get into talking just because someone there is really no then don't you without the hard thing to but we have and just this year that the program work was fairly light again in this thing by people nothing so the probe word group was realized that well as in the front row so but there more than 1 this is the same that we had a lot of other yes yes this 1 and another 1 that you can count on 2 hands and we made a lot of requests so really if you care about other people also this I just want to add 1 thing because we have to switch to the General Assembly enough and if you want to sign up for 1 of these working so you interested in helping out and improving your class and how it's organized and then please submit an application requests for that we go to our website respondents
so this you go to the website you go to Europe has been reproached and this list all the work groups again at the very bottom you are at the robot see this the mailing address here that the board many managers and and interest and what they're saying OK I would like to work in this and now that work will and then basically we set you up for no no you don't
have to we sign up and the the the old the the idea behind the work groups that they persist from year to year and then you can stay as long as you want to if you don't want to be on the referendum or interests and tell us and we just remove you from doing so it's a very kind of open process we we're not making any bigger restrictions there the only thing that we sometimes do is we ask the the chairs of those 4 groups with the they need more help in specific area because sometimes people sign up for multiple work groups and then we we sign them up for those groups that need more help rather than workers at a very popular for some of the program proof was very popular so we had lots lots members and that unfortunately not all these members reactive so in the end even though we had lots of members of the work the the actual work was only done but very few people and we have seen similar things and other workers but the the programmer who it was it was really panic and exception we trying to change that and if you have suggestions on how to change that that would be very welcome because we don't really know how to address this 1 1 suggestion suggestion that was made was for example to from to to assign tasks to people and do that specifically so tell someone to do a certain task and come back maybe in 2 weeks and without Finnish task to do it that way so that people few addressed and bones of just see something happened on the main lesson and thinking that well some of them do it anyway so I don't have to look into this of that may be 1 way to to try to improve this we have to experiment with that if you have other suggestions so you know his his talents because when this is where all volunteers will working together and we don't want to put too much pressure on people but on the other hand we also don't want to have a few people burn out because they have too much there was 1 question like that the following year question and I wanted to 1st of all all you have to know them I was involved in the programming programming was I saw people corresponding in human 2 or 3 in the morning right the war then the very hard all of us I may have very little contribution of all of the rule was something in the future is the world the for my point about their well thing that we were talking about I remember things other people in the world in in some kind of data look situation I I I really wanted to come here I submitted a proposal when it was this mission was and my in my university finance in my mind my hair out right here in conditions that my proposal will will be upset but it but I would not say I'm not the fault if I no that is the case but if I don't have the the budget that kind of thing to think about have divided because in my proposal was nothing that was
not the except in the rest of of being the last day I think from my pocket for the of the involved my proposal was accepted as opposed to and then I receive the financial it of of the universe and then we have the tools to find some way that people and that the percentage is submitted the proposal but not paid the gets will be able to to therefore for all this the proposed right and then went they have the money and they wouldn't be able to to pay for this is that such a complicated situation I know it's not something so so simple that we have be what is the the best solution for these that looks situation we have to experiment with out of it and we actually we we simply took the the code that was and just switch it on and basically that to approach to take care of this kind and the assure that 1 experiment have found that you don't actually have to buy a ticket to the top scoring but maybe that was just because my user account switch on the African could be so we don't have to look into that for the future yeah I actually didn't want to refer to that but on quickly entered and that was people who ask for financial aid and I won't know for a while you've taken it and can come here and would be confident to also be able to want on but I would actually want to say about the work groups because it just had a look at their problem or group is indeed you each of when it makes sense to maybe keep people out again and that do not contribute because I wasted groups will increase in number is the number of members and and it doesn't make sense to have elected to choose of people to to refer to that down to the work and it's just and a handful of people who actually do get diverted suggestion I think we should probably have some kind of policy for maybe if a member is not active for a few months then you will very 1st for that remove them from the from the right because otherwise it would make sense here the circuit doesn't have that question because we have to start with the last comment about that as we have been about a lot of ideas and new things but was actually another thing that we I would like to do is to be more try to be more open transparent during the process to also has let people know more about how much we spending our own financial aid Holland 2 is spent because financial aid is a very difficult topic because it's hard to say how much we would be able to spend many many times we we deep financial aid and help with of red budget situation you know risking a lot of things just because not I know I wanted to add this to this this is saying that and as much as the community and understand the difficulties of of doing this as the more maybe people can make suggestions or ideas about how we can tackle I would like to look at a little beyond 2016 I think it's really really important for your Python tavern vision about where we want to and I'm not actually this somewhat involved in the hall your Python got to where it is today because I was the founder of the Europe society and are influenced the decision to go to some of the us to Britain and directly and we have an idea of what we were doing this each time we went to the because we want to spread Python in Eastern Europe we need a vision in what we do it and it's not enough just to think about what are we going to do next year we have to think about what direction do we want to take something I see as a problem right now is that I find many of the the talks rather boring there are no in the really new inspirational talk books that your Python this year and I think that's something we need to have will get angry and in which we need to do this as well but yes the I'm sorry but I did something in a the fully agree fully agree and but I I also I think that this vision should be share with more people but this year was thank you year and I think that's we need to do something that is more than a group of people In his more engaged community that drew drives those decisions prior to speech it it's a problem it's easy to those they for granted that it's going to be in New York Parker next year and it i would like that would be like not obvious but this it is much more open and we we have a lot of people a vibrant people from Eastern Europe and that means that we would like to have more teams proposing from these Eastern Europe would like to to have more work group members support from that part of the region of Europe but that's part of the the the the plan that we're trying to bring and I think we are and how can we will examine target for general
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Titel Help us build the next edition!
Serientitel EuroPython 2015
Teil 04
Anzahl der Teile 173
Autor Pliger, Fabio
Lemburg, Marc-André
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DOI 10.5446/20109
Herausgeber EuroPython
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch
Produktionsort Bilbao, Euskadi, Spain

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Abstract Fabio Pliger/Marc-André Lemburg - EuroPython 2016: Help us build the next edition! We need help with organizing and running EuroPython 2016. In this session, we will explain how the EuroPython workgroup model works and where you could help.
Schlagwörter EuroPython Conference
EP 2015
EuroPython 2015

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