conrad helps you track conferences and meetups on your terminal.
Here's how it works:
$ conrad show
conrad remindcan remind you every time you open a terminal!
conrad show --cfpwill tell you about events where the CFP is open!
You can simply use pip to install
$ pip install conference-radar
The event list is maintained in
data/events.json. This list is continuously updated by the available
crawlers using GitHub Actions.
You can set CFP reminders so that you never miss a deadline! The color changes based on event proximity; > 30 days , >10 and < 30 days and < 10 days .
$ conrad remind -i 6bb714 $ conrad remind
conrad remind to your shell startup file so that you get a reminder every time you open a new terminal!
You can query and explore the event database using various filters.
Look at events which have an open call for proposals (CFP):
$ conrad show --cfp
Look at conferences using a tag:
$ conrad show --tag python
Look at conferences using a name:
$ conrad show --name pycon
Look at conferences in a city, state or country:
$ conrad show --location usa
Look at conferences based on when they're happening:
$ conrad show --date ">= 2019-10-01" --date "<= 2020-01-01"
You can get the latest events using:
$ conrad refresh
The Contributor's Guide has detailed information about guidelines around contributions. You can add new crawlers and events to
conrad uses Semantic Versioning. For the available versions, see the tags on this repository.
This project is licensed under the Apache License, see the LICENSE file for details.