The journey to Dublin was a 2-year arduous wait. But we made it together and it's a wrap! Big thanks to everyone who co-created EuroPython 2022, in Dublin & Remote.
EuroPython 2022 was run solely by a group of dedicated volunteers, as it has been every year since 2002. Without further ado, let's meet the amazing humans who spent countless hours & poured endless love into making EuroPython 2022!
The annually elected EuroPython Society (EPS) Board manages the day-to-day operations of the EPS, the legal entity behind the EuroPython conference series. The EPS 2022 Board were responsible for most of the fiscal, legal and venue related work for the EuroPython 2022 conference. But due to the 2-year wait to Dublin as a result of COVID, we are very grateful to the EPS 2020 Board for the great deal of prep work they conducted for the Dublin conference, including venue & supplier selections and contract negotiations.
If you are one of the 94 people who participated EuroPython 2022 either in Dublin or remotely, you have surely exchanged many emails with some of our Finaid team members. From spreadsheet wizardry, to responding to countless emails and processing all the receipts, here are our kind and organised humans behind the Finaid team:
From mailing to conferencing tooling and website, we undertook a big infrastructure overhaul this year thanks to our amazing Infrastructure team. These humans quietly deploy and manage our services, and are perhaps often overlooked until things break:
From managing recording & streaming, to liaising with our wonderful remote and on-site volunteers, the Operations team have all covered. If you saw someone with a walkie-talkie or received a reply from our helpdesk, chances are you met someone from this team :)
Big thanks to our AV team Gonzo Design who have been streaming, recording & editing our talks, and more importantly, experimenting with us since 2017! Here are the folks who helped us with streaming and the smooth hybrid experience: