Lots of buzz at the PyCon DC 2003 wiki. There’s also quite a bit going across the wire on the mailing list, but all the major info is migrating quite nicely to the wiki.
This is shaping up to be an awesome conference. It will hopefully cost less than $200 to register (great idea, keep it cheap!) I’m doing my best to spread the word. If you have any suggestions for specific tracks that you’d like to see at the con, or specific topics covered, email me or the pycon list or feel free to contribute to the wiki.
I live just outside of DC, so attending this con is a no-brainer for me. I know that there are lots of Python bloggers out there (you know who you are), and I’m sure that I can organize some kind of blogger-related extracurricular activities. If you’re reading this and are planning to attend, get in touch with me so that we can start to get things together. Steve and the guys plan to make sure the place is lit up with 802.11b, so don’t be shy.
If you’re looking to keep hotel prices low, you can stay at a hotel out in the ‘burbs and take advantage of the metro system. If you’re flying, Regan National Airport (DCA) is on the metro system. If you’re taking the train, Union Station is on the metro system.