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What is a sprint

A sprint is a self-organized session where programmers join together to work on a specific project, usually open-source and connected to the Python ecosystem. The sprint is usually proposed and driven by one or more programmers who are already expert on the specific project (maybe even maintainers), and are willing to help out more programmers to introduce them into the project.


The EuroPython sprints are open for everybody to join, and are totally free. While we assume that most people there will have a ticket for the conference days (held in the previous days), having a ticket for the conference is not required to join a sprint.

The EuroPython staff will organize different tables with power plugs, ethernet cables with Internet access, wifi, whiteboards and will generally help out with logistic tasks. Partecipants are required to bring their own laptops to take part into the sprint

Sprint submission

Sprint submission is open to everybody, by using the online form. Please submit a sprint only if you really intend to hold it and help out other people joining it.

Registering for a sprint

If you are interested in a specific sprint, join it by clicking the corresponding button (after login). Registration is not mandatory, and will not be enforced by organizers in any way, but it will help us out understanding how many people will be present, and at the same time will help sprint organizers setting up a list of tasks for their project. If you think that you might join a sprint (even if you are not 100% sure yet), please register.

Sprint teasers

The 3 sprints with more registered people will be selected to give a sprint teaser on Friday afternoon (see the conference schedule). Sprint teasers are just technical sessions where the sprint is introduced and can be openly discussed with all the people that will join it in the following two days.

List of sprints


0 people want to take part in this sprint


0 people want to take part in this sprint


16 people want to take part in this sprint

  1. Ezio Melotti
  2. Michele Orrù
  3. Hynek Schlawack
  4. Catalin Iacob
  5. Leonid Vasilyev
  6. Florent Xicluna
  7. Lukasz Langa
  8. Rodrigo Pimentel
  9. Brian Brazil
  10. Łukasz Balcerzak
  11. Marek Stępniowski
  12. Larry Hastings
  13. Mümin Öztürk
  14. Eugenio Minardi
  15. Ionut Artarisi
  16. Greg Roodt


14 people want to take part in this sprint

  1. Ulrich Petri
  2. Jannis Leidel
  3. Martin Mahner
  4. Jacob Cañadas Rodríguez
  5. Mantas Zimnickas
  6. Pablo Enfedaque
  7. Lynn Root
  8. Alexander Afanasiev
  9. Łukasz Balcerzak
  10. Martin Winkler
  11. Marek Stępniowski
  12. Mateusz Jankowski
  13. Stefan Talpalaru
  14. Gemma Hentsch

Django Composite Key

9 people want to take part in this sprint

  1. Tomasz Rybak
  2. Raúl Cumplido
  3. Krzysztof Figaj
  4. Özgür Vatansever
  5. Ionut Artarisi
  6. Michal Petrucha
  7. Gertraud Unterreitmeier
  8. Simone Federici
  9. Stefan Talpalaru

LFS - Lighting Fast Shop

9 people want to take part in this sprint

  1. Kai Diefenbach
  2. Davide Corio
  3. Simone Orsi
  4. Riccardo Forina
  5. Maciej Wisniowski
  6. Antonio Sagliocco
  7. Jakub Wiśniowski
  8. Fabio Natali
  9. Gertraud Unterreitmeier

MoinMoin Wiki 2.0

3 people want to take part in this sprint

  1. Thomas Waldmann
  2. George Peristerakis
  3. Josep Danti


10 people want to take part in this sprint

  1. Armin Rigo
  2. Antonio Cuni
  3. Alberto Vassena
  4. Dougal Matthews
  5. Andrea Casini
  6. Mümin Öztürk
  7. Ionut Artarisi
  8. Rodrigo Pimentel
  9. Soares Chen
  10. Martin Otten

batou - multi-(host|component|environment|version|platform) deployment

5 people want to take part in this sprint

  1. Christian Theune
  2. Marius Gedminas
  3. Alexander Berezhnoy
  4. Hervé Coatanhay
  5. Markus Kemmerling


11 people want to take part in this sprint

  1. @hansent (Thomas Hansen)
  2. Julien Bouquillon (revolunet)
  3. Lucie Meresse
  4. Gertraud Unterreitmeier
  5. Francisco García Rodríguez
  6. Mathieu Virbel
  7. Charles de Villiers
  8. Daniele Trainini
  9. Łukasz Balcerzak
  10. Greg Roodt
  11. dusan smitran

pygame, pyopengl + other graphics/sound/games libs.

11 people want to take part in this sprint

  1. Rene Dudfield
  2. Tommi Helander
  3. filipa andrade
  4. Paris Kolios
  5. Alberto Vassena
  6. Szymon Wróblewski
  7. Joan Vilaltella Castanyer
  8. Özgür Vatansever
  9. Samet Atdag
  10. Radomir Dopieralski
  11. Michael Rochester

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