This is an email that we are sending to all delegates after the conference
Firstly, we'd like to thank you all for coming to the conference. The committee all feel that it was a success, and we hope that you do too.
We want your feedback!
To make next year's conference even better, we need you to tell us what worked and what didn't. We'd love it if you could spend five minutes filling out this short form.
We're collecting the thoughts, views, and impressions from conference attendees on our website. There you can read what others have written, and you can add your own.
We're also collecting links to talk slides, and will be adding them to the website. If you gave a talk and would like us to link to your slides, please email them to us.
Code of Conduct report
We've put together a short report into how we handled two Code of Conduct issues.
During the conference, the following items were handed in as lost property:
- A red-lined grey Grin&Bear hoodie
- A blue Fat Face zip-up hoodie
- Tortoise-shell sunglasses
If you think these are yours, get in touch.
We're going to start sending out a monthly newsletter to keep the UK Python community up to date with what's happening around the country. We'll send this newsletter to all conference attendees, unless you opt out. Please let us know by the end of September if you would like to opt out.
If you run a local user group, we'd like to publicise your events! Please drop us a line if you're running something that you'd like to share with the community.
The conference couldn't happen without the generosity of our sponsors, and we'd like to thank them once again:
- Bank Of America
- J. P. Morgan
- Government Digital Service
- Python Software Foundation
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise
- Raspberry Pi Foundation
- STX Next
We hope to see you next year!
~ The PyCon UK Committee