Talk at EuroPython! (I can help you with the talk)
I’m not going to EuroPython this year, which is a shame, because I know exactly what I should talk about: Not being scared of Python 3.0, and that the incompatibilities aren’t so big and scary that has been said.
So if you want to talk at EuroPython, but don’t know what to talk about, I’m giving this potential talk to you!
The talk could be about how much of the changes between 2.x and 3.0 only are a problem if you are writing bad 2.x code, examples of some incompatibilities that are tricky to get around, and examples of how to write code that runs under 2.6 and 3.0, and examples of cases where you can’t run the same code under 2.6 and 3.0 but have to use 2to3 or have separate code bases (or abandon 2.6).
Should be enough for an informative 30 minute talk, I think. Up for grabs! Mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Deadline is Thursday (yes, the day after tomorrow), so hurry up!