So I submitted a talk for FOSDEM "Python has a compiler now". And it didn't get accepted. Quite a surprise to me, but likely mostly logical. These are the accepted talks and well, it surely didn't fit in, right.
My intent was to introduce Nuitka to the larger community. Not going to happen now, but maybe next year.
Clearly triggered by the rejection, I am questioning Europython 2014 in Berlin as a useful destination too. To me it seems, that code writing is the best way to create the community at this time anyway.