The Python Community has a devroom during the FOSDEM in Brussels in Belgium. The event will take place during the last week-end of January 2016.

With the success of the previous PythonFOSDEM, this year we received a bigger room of 363 seats.

But to be honnest, for this PythonFOSDEM, we have only received 8 proposals for 16 available slots.

Becuse the deadline is imminent and because we have only received some proposals, we have extended the deadline at 20 December.

Please, submit your proposals, don’t hesitate.


  • Asynchronous
  • Cloud
  • Databases
  • Frameworks
  • Librairies
  • Networks
  • Python internals (Interpreters, …)
  • Web frameworks (Django, Pyramid, Flask, etc…)
  • etc…

Call for Proposals

This is the official call for sessions for the Python devroom at FOSDEM 2016.

FOSDEM is the Free and Open source Software Developer’s European Meeting, a free and non-commercial two-day week-end that offers open source contributors a place to meet, share ideas and collaborate.

It’s the biggest event in Europe with +5000 hackers, +400 speakers.

For this edition, Python will be represented by its Community. If you want to discuss with a lot of Python Users, it’s the place to be!

Important dates

  • Submission deadline: 2015-12-20
  • Acceptance notifications: 2015-12-24


The duration for talks will be 30 minutes, including presentations and questions and answers.

Presentation can be recorded and streamed, sending your proposal implies giving permission to be recorded.

A mailing list for the Python devroom is available for discussions about devroom organisation. You can register at this address:

How to submit

All submissions are made in the Pentabarf event planning tool.

When submitting your talk in Pentabarf, make sure to select the Python devroom as the track.

Of course, if you already have a user account, please reuse it.


Any questions, please sned an email to info AT python-fosdem DOT org Thank you for submitting your sessions and see you soon in Brussels to talk about Python.

If you want to keep informed for this edition, you can follow our twitter account @PythonFOSDEM.