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Wiki pages for talks and tutorials

We have created a page on the EuroPython Wiki for each talk and tutorial at EuroPython 2010. The idea is to allow presenters to find out more about their audience in advance, to provide additional information and materials, and for the audience (or potential audience) to ask questions before and after each talk or tutorial.

To find the Wiki page for each talk, first navigate via the talks timetable or go directly to the talk abstracts page, and locate the talk of interest. Underneath the abstract is a link entitled "Additional Information ..." which leads to the appropriate Wiki page.

Authors/presenters: you can use these pages to communicate any additional information about your session. This may be especially useful for tutorials if you need your attendees to prepare in advance.

Attendees: there is also space on these pages for questions before the event and to provide feedback after the conference.

If you would like to be notified of any changes to the Wiki pages, please create an account on the Wiki and subscribe to the page. You will be sent an e-mail if someone modifies the page.

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