Each year, a new volunteer team in the European Django community plans, organises and hosts a DjangoCon Europe.
Hosting a DjangoCon is an ambitious undertaking.
It’s hard work, but each year it has been successfully run by a team of community volunteers, not all of whom have had previous experience – more important is enthusiasm, organisational skills, the ability to plan and manage budgets, time and people – and plenty of time to invest in the project.
You’ll find plenty of support on offer from previous DjangoCon organisers, so you won’t be on your own.
How to apply
If you’re interested, we’d love to hear from you.
If you’re ready to submit a proposal
If you’re ready to submit a proposal, please do so. The more detailed and complete your proposal, the better. Things you should consider, and that we’d like to know about, are:
- numbers of attendees
- transport links
- budgets and ticket prices
- committee members
We’d like to see (if you have these already):
- draft agreements with providers
- alternatives you have considered
They will all help show that your plans are serious and thorough, and that you have the organisational capacity to make it a success.
If you’re thinking about it
If you’re still considering the feasibility, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to discuss your ideas. We can help in numerous ways, including by putting you in touch with others who’d like to be involved.
Just drop us a line.