Python Language Summit

The Python Language Summit is an invitation-only event for the developers of Python implementations (CPython, IronPython, Jython, Parrot, PyPy, etc.) to share information, discuss our shared problems, and — hopefully — solve them. These issues might be related to the language itself, the standard library, the development process, Python 2 and 3, the documentation, package index, web site, et cetera. The Summit will focus on discussion more than on presentations. Larry Hastings and Barry Warsaw are chairing the language summit this year. * **When:** Wednesday, May 9, 2018, 10am–4pm * **Where:** Huntington Convention Center, Cleveland, Ohio * **Apply:** You can request an invitation to the summit [using this Google Form]( You must fill out this form to receive an invitation. Signups are open until April 18, 2018. * **Speak:** You can also propose a talk for the summit [using this Google Form]( Note that each speaker must also request an invitation using the first form! **Note:** When using Google Forms, you can edit your responses later! When you fill out the form and hit Submit, the submission complete page (the one that says "Thanks for playing!") will have a link on it labeled "Edit your response". *Please bookmark this link!* You can use this link at any time to edit your response, up to the point that signups close on April 18th. Keep in mind, you'll need to bookmark each response independently: once for signing up to attend ("Request For Invitation"), and once for each talk proposal you submit. Again, please be sure to save this bookmark yourself--we don't know how to find the link for you later if you don't save it.