DjangoCon Europe 2016 Code of Conduct Transparency Report

Published on 11th April 2016 by Baptiste Mispelon, Ola Sendecka, Rob Kirberich, Ola Sitarska

We strongly believe that Codes of Conduct (CoC) are an essential part of a conference and we’ve made a lot of effort to make ours very visible:

DjangoCon Europe 5k run

Published on 30th Mar 2016 by TomΓ‘Ε‘ Ehrlich

The conference is almost here and we're all super excited about it! 5 days of programming, networking and mostly fun.

Let's gather together in the morning, before the conference, to get a shot of pure oxygen! The beautiful Margaret Island (Margitsziget) is only 3 km or 15 mins from the venue.

We can meet on 31th March, at 7:00 near the Margitsziget bus station (on the island).

There is a running track around the island. It's only 5 km long, so we can all enjoy it at a very peaceful pace and still get to the conference on time.

Looking forward to meet you all!

Attendees Slack channel etiquette

Published on 27th Mar 2016 by Ola Sitarska

DjangoCon is only two days away! Yay! Excitement! Not stressful at all!

As we're coming closer to the DjangoCon Europe, our attendees Slack channel gets busier. We hope it's going to be a valuable source of information and it will make it easier to communicate with your fellow attendees.

To make the experience comfortable for everyone, we thought it'd be useful to outline a set of clear rules and expectations for all participants in the Slack channel.

  1. Slack channel is no exception to conference Code of Conduct. We expect you to comply with the Code of Conduct while communicating via Slack channel too.
  2. Do not message people privately without their consent, and do not invite them to join any room without their consent.
  3. Do not mention people who don't belong to particular room in that room.

If at any time you're feeling uncomfortable due to anyone's behaviour on the Slack channel, please contact the organizers by emailing [email protected], approaching them at the conference, or using the emergency phone numbers listed in the Code of Conduct. When possible, include screenshots or chat logs of any unwanted messages.

See you in Budapest really soon! Happy Slacking!

Party time! πŸŽŠπŸ’ƒπŸŽ·

Published on march 15th 2016 by Szilvia & Baptiste

Thanks to our wonderful and official Party Sponsor Nephila, we're taking you out for a night of Fun, Jazz, and Games in one of Budapest's trendiest ruin pub: EXTRA.

Workshops and Sprints πŸ”¨πŸƒπŸŽ·

Published on 18th Feb 2016 by Baptiste Mispelon

We've just announced the venue for the workshops and sprints and you won't believe what's going to happen next...

Announcing the results of Call for Speakers!

Published on the 25th Jan 2016 by Ola Sitarska

DjangoCon Europe 2016 received 126 unique, excellent, high-quality and original talk proposals. It was incredibly hard to pick the final 21 talks.

We're incredibly happy to announce that 48% of talks selected through the Call for Speakers were submitted by women. With an addition of our three invited keynote speakers, that brings the number of women speaking at DjangoCon Europe this year to a stunning 54%! The highest of DjangoCon Europe history yet✨.

Hello world! πŸ‘‹πŸŒ

Published on 23th Jan 2016 by Ola Sitarska

We're just getting started here but you can safely expect more and more exciting news getting published here more frequently.