This is a collection of old proposals for PyCon - both accepted and rejected - to help people who are submitting talks this year.
PyCon makes parts of the accepted proposals available via the list of talks, but not all information is included. It's also instructive to see proposals that were rejected and feedback from the committee.
You should submit a proposal to PyCon 2015 before September 15th, 2014. The PyCon committee has also put together some great resources: https://us.pycon.org/2015/speaking/proposal-resources/
If you have proposed to PyCon in the past and are willing to share your proposals, please open a pull request!
- Link to video, if accepted
- Feedback from the committee, if any
- Actual proposal