EuroPython 2017: Talk voting results

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EuroPython 2017: Talk voting results

M.-A. Lemburg-3
Thank you all for participating in last week’s talk voting:

We have again broken a record, with more than 13,353 cast votes, a 22%
increase compared to last year. We had almost 400 submissions to vote

Users voted on 47 sessions on average, with more than 50% of the users
casting 24.5 or more votes (median).

A total of 284 users participated in the talk voting, compared to 254
users last year, so more than 20% of our attendees do like to actively
participate in the selection of the talks. A pretty good indicator of
how vibrant our community is.

The program work group will now evaluate the voting results and select
the first set of highest rated talks before going into the review
phase to work on the remaining talk submissions.

We plan to announce this first batch in the coming days.

EuroPython 2017 Team

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