Well, the tutorials are over, for better or worse. If anyone who attended either (or both) of "An Introduction to wxPython" or "Using Databases with Python" happens to read this I'd be very interested in your feedback. There was no formal process for capturing attendee opinions, so I'd really like to know what went well and what could be improved.
During the runup to the conference there was some debate about whether tutorials would be worth organizing, but I think the attendance figures have left little doubt that the community's opinion is in favor.
As I sit here I'm listening to the PyCon 2006 keynote by Alexander Limi and Alan Runyon, and enjoying the rather strange experience of not having to do anything to help with the organization. After three years it's a huge change to be able to attend sessions and just chew the fat with people I meet every year. Signs are that Andrew Kuchling and the support team local Texas user group have done an excellent job.
More later, when the keynote's over.