No worries Steve! I think the venue worked well and I would like to
echo your thanks to everyone that took part. Participation is what
makes barcamp special and you guys knocked it out the park this time!
Can't wait for the next one :-)
On 10/09/2011, at 19:44, Steve Dalton <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hi All
> Thanks for an awesome day today - I wasn't joking when I said it was
> the best Barcamp yet - yes I messed up Coffee and Internet - but apart
> from that I thought things went rather well. It's one of the first
> camps where I felt I was able to sit and listen to a fair few of the
> talks - and this was primarily down to the help of Craig Aspinall
> running around and doing timekeeping and keeping everything on track.
> Thanks Craig.
> Thanks to everyone that took part - you guys made it an awesome day.
> Just 2 things.
> 1. Glenn did a stirling job videoing the talks in the Living Lab - we
> had planned to put them on youtube - can you PLEASE let me know if you
> DO NOT want your talk on youtube. I should have really asked at the
> start, but - sorry I forgot. If I don't hear from you I'll assume it's
> 2. Linda took a fair few pictures at Lunchtime of people and me and
> some others did too. If you DO NOT want pictures of yourself at
> barcamp potentially appearing on the internet (probably on meetup
> site), again please let me know and I'll make sure that doesn't
> Engage. Succeed. Repeat.
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