Async Conference Start: October 24th on PyMC Discourse
Beginner Zone: October 24th to October 7th on Zulip
Synchronous Conference: October 31st on Webex and Zulip
Yes, all talks will be posted on October 24th on the PyMC Discourse and on Youtube. No registration or payment is needed to watch the talks.
Yes, the Code of Conduct applies to all areas of the conference and will be enforced. An anonymous reporting form is available.
A ticket is only required for the synchronous conference To take part in any of the async activities such as the beginner zone or the talk discussion on Discourse you do not need to purchase a ticket
The Live Q&A will be moderated by our awesome volunteers, and will be a casual conversation that includes a mix of questions from them, the discourse and the zulip chat.
No and the schedule may change depending on availability. Please check the schedule page for the latest updates
The keynotes will be played twice in each conference. The Q&A's will only occur once live for each speaker. Pleae check the schedule for the specific details.
We will make a best faith effort to record the live sessions, but being good Bayesians there is some probability of technical isssues, set your priors as to what will happen accordingly.
The keynotes will first be available in the synchronous conference, after which they will be published on Youtube and Dicourse in the same format as the other talks
Invites to zulip will be sent as part of the process for synchronous conference registration and the Beginner Zone.
Yes, for those who purchase a ticket you will be sent Webex links and associated details for all tracks of both conferences
We will be emailing instructions to the email your registed with shortly after October 24th with specific details, links, and registrations. For technology we will be using Webex for the Question and Answer sessions and sprint. Zulip will be used for out chat platform.
We have scholarships available for folks that are in need. Please apply here
We are incredibly proud to say that all revenue, excluding a small transaction, supports Scientific Open Source through funding NumFOCUS and the PyMC group of projects. It funds opportunities such as student development, developer summits, and things like like slack and logos which bring the project together.
In the United States the donation portion is tax deductible as NumFOCUS is a registered 501c3. If outside of the United States you'll need to check with your local tax locality.
Yes. To make sure that sprint attendees have enough help and guidance, only the Africa/Asia/Europe time zone will host a spring.