All announcements related to the conference are posted to PyCon India mailing list. You can receive the updates by joining InPyCon mailing list.
You can submit your talk/workshop proposal on our CFP Page. The extended talks CFP will be open till August 19, and the workshop CFP will be open till August 30.
There isn’t any strict time requirement that needs to be fulfilled by the volunteers. We value each and every contribution, no matter how big or small it is. You can choose to volunteer on your own time and availability. But, ideally, one hour a day would be more than sufficient if you can keep up the commitment and do the work assigned to you.
No, Pycon India does not provide any certificate to volunteers. We all volunteer on our own volition to make the conference a great experience for us and everyone else who attends it.
No, PyCon India does not provide any certificates to the attendees/participants. The conference is a platform to share your experience, express your views, learn, and meet new people.
Yes. PyCon India is a conference built for the community, by the community. Everyone from the speakers to volunteers, to even the organizers have to pay for their own tickets to attend the conference. Nobody makes a dime during the whole event. All proceedings from the ticket sales go towards making the conference even better for everyone.
Here is a beautiful article by Jesse Noller about the same http://jessenoller.com/blog/2011/05/25/pycon-everybody-pays.
A full conference ticket for two days includes access to all the amazing keynotes, talks, and lightning talks.
You will also get access to all the open space discussions and other sessions during the conference. The conference ticket holders will also be eligible to join the Devsprints.
Yes, a separate ticket would have to be purchased for each workshop. The details for the workshop tickets will be updated soon.
No, the conference ticket includes complete access to the dev sprints. The ticket holders do not have to pay anything extra. But, the attendees will be asked to register for the dev sprints as that would help the conference with logistics.
No, the workshop tickets only include access to the specific workshops. You would have to buy the conference tickets to get access to the dev sprints.
No, the conference tickets cannot be cancelled, but instead can be transferred. You can chek out the instructions on how to transfer your tickets below.
Yes, the conference tickets can be transferred to another person via townscript. You can follow the following procedure to tranfer your ticket(s) to someone else.
If you are already registered on Townscript:
2) Enter the email ID with which you had booked your ticket. The email ID should be same as registered on your Townscript account.
3) Enter your password and login into your account.
4) Click on ATTENDING EVENTS -> My Bookings on the drop-down button in the top right corner - profile photo.
5) Click on Edit Ticket or Transfer Ticket button below your purchased ticket to edit or transfer your ticket.
If you are not registered on Townscript :
2) Enter the email ID with which you booked your ticket.
3) Enter a password. You will receive a verification email in your inbox.
4) Click on the verification link received in your inbox for the email ID you provided.
5) You will be automatically directed to your Townscript account page.
6) Click on ATTENDING EVENTS -> My Bookings on the drop-down button in the top right corner - profile photo.
7) Click on Edit Ticket or Transfer Ticket button below your purchased ticket to edit or transfer your ticket.
PyCon India is a conference run with contributions from volunteers and supporters from the community. Hence, as organizers, we provide multiple avenues for people to contribute to the event. People can contribute their time by volunteering in the various conference activities. People can also make a financial contribution by purchasing a contributor ticket.
Contributor tickets help us meet the expenses of running the conference, and in the long run, reduce our dependence on sponsors. People who purchase a contributor ticket will be credited in our blog, towards the end of the conference.
No, there will be no student discount on the tickets. Due to the online nature of the conference this year, and to make it more inclusive and easily accessible, we have kept the ticket prices to a bare minimum this year. So, we will not be offering any discount for students on the tickets.
For any queries, you can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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