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PyCon US 2022 Recap and Recording Announcement

We would like to announce that the first group of PyCon US 2022 recordings, the Keynotes and Lightning Talks, are now available on our  YouTube channel . Be sure to subscribe to our channel for notifications of new content. We will be publishing more talks daily as they become available. The recordings from the Typing Summit are also available to view on the PyCon US channel. The Maintainers Summit recordings are available for you to watch on their channel  here. As we wrap up PyCon US 2022, we can’t express enough gratitude for all who attended this year’s conference, whether in-person or online. We had an amazing and diverse group of community members join us for PyCon US 2022. By the numbers, we saw a total attendance of 2,422 – with 1,753 attendees joining us in person and 669 joining us online. We couldn’t be more grateful for all who supported the Python ecosystem and helped make PyCon US 2022 a great success! Here is a comprehensive recap of this year’s PyCon US conference: Wit

PyCon US 2022 Recordings Update

We understand that the PyCon US recordings are an incredibly important resource to the community. We were looking forward to providing the PyCon US 2022 recordings very soon after the event – especially since we know many of you weren’t able to attend this year’s conference in person. Regrettably, we have encountered some technical obstacles this year. We are working with our AV partners at the venue to resolve things as soon as possible. Because of the ongoing pandemic, we were unable to work with our usual vendor for PyCon US conferences. They are based in Canada and understandably didn’t want to commit to travel to the US this year. This resulted in PyCon US contracting with a new AV vendor for the first time in many years. We were very thorough in providing details, but ultimately this was a new team doing work to new specifications. The onsite AV team has provided an update on the technical issues as follows: “Some of the sessions are missing audio or graphics and are being worked