So were any Zope talks/tutorials accepted?

FWIW, Tres had a BFG talk accepted, and Carlos had a BFG talk and a BFG 
tutorial accepted.  I proposed a talk about profiling that didn't make it.

The TG guys had one talk accepted.

Not sure about Pylons.

I assume Django had a bunch, but I don't know for sure.

- C

Martijn Faassen wrote:
> Chris McDonough wrote:
> [snip]
>> Another way to avoid this in the future besides joining the committee would 
>> be 
>> for notable members of the Zope community to reach out on a regular (daily) 
>> basis to other Python-using communities.  Offer them well-documented 
>> software, 
>> visit their sprints and conferences, try their alphas, join their IRC 
>> channels, 
>> participate in their maillists and so on.  It's harder to do intercommunity 
>> politics daily in this way as opposed to "facing off" yearly, but it will 
>> have 
>> a higher, more lasting payoff.
> I'm very much in agreement on this. Blogging is another way to reach 
> out. Reach out and interact.
> It's indeed hard work to do this right. I am sitting on a few pieces of 
> software that are either interesting to non-Zope people or in fact 
> directly usable, but I haven't had the time yet to blog about them. I 
> intend to start blogging on a more regular basis again soon.
>> It's "who you know", not "what you know" unfortunately, even in open source, 
>> as 
>> much as we like to believe in meritocracy.
> That's true too. I'm a natural noise-maker, and I discovered that while 
> as a result of this I embarrass myself in public on a regular basis, it 
> also means a lot of people know who I am. That's a good thing.
> Regards,
> Martijn
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