We Made the PyCon TW 2016 Website





Python 難易度





We are the PyCon Taiwan 2016 Web Team. All your PyCon Taiwan website are belong to us.

You probably have seen our website. In this talk, I will outline how it’s built—with Django, and how we collaborated with other teams in the PyCon Taiwan staff.


The PyCon Taiwan 2016 website is made from countless little gems. I will talk about how we approach this task, from the ground up: How we chose from existing solutions, customised components in it, and built additional functionalities on top of it. The talk will include topics on registration handling, running common tasks with Django utilities, adding generic Python modules, and using tools to simplify collaboration. Oh, and did you submit a proposal? I hope so—Our proposal system is awesome! I’ll also tell you how we implemented the proposal-review process (sharing some secrets in the process).

Tzu-ping Chung

TP builds his career around open source software, and enjoys committing his efforts to help make the world better. He builds all kinds of software for a living, from embedded system to single-page web applications, and contributes to the community when he can.

These days, he spends most of his time improving Python’s packaging landscape, organising PyCon Taiwan, and building software with Python and other modern technologies. He loves (human) languages, and knows probably too much about linguistics and phonetics to make him boring in parties.

TP 的職業生涯建立在開源軟體上,而喜歡花自己的精力讓這個世界更好。為了生活而寫過各式各樣的軟體,從嵌入式系統到 SPA 都是狩獵範圍,且只要有能力,就會盡量回饋社群。最近的時間大多花在對 Python packaging 的改善、籌辦 PyCon Taiwan、以及使用 Python 與現代前端技術開發軟體和應用程式。他有點太喜歡(人類)語言,常常扯到太多語言學和語音學,讓聊天內容變得無聊。