DjangoCon Australia returns for the 8th time and opens CFP
DjangoCon Australia was supposed to take place in Adelaide this year. With the current situation of travel restrictions and isolation requirements this is no longer possible. Instead, DjangoCon Australia will again run as a specialist track alongside PyConline AU, on September 4th, on The Internet. Details about how this is all going to work will be announced soon by the PyConline organizers; right now, everything is changing and everyone is trying to figure out how to react to that change, us included.
Now that we can confirm the conference to take place, we also opened the CFP. Head over to the PyConline AU site to check out how it works. Submissions to speak at DjangoCon AU 2020 will be accepted from now until July 12th, anywhere on earth.
We welcome submissions from everybody, including those:
- who have never given a conference talk before,
- who are new to Django or Python,
- who have built interesting things in Django,
- who have helped build Django, and
- who have expertise to share with our community from fields outside of Django (and outside of technology).
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