My talks went okay. People came up and asked sensible questions (which is great, as this means they've been paying attention.) Other people came up and said that they really liked both the bundling for cpan stuff as there's nowhere this is really documented well in one place (to my knowledge - please correct me if I'm wrong) and the modules I selected from CPAN for my talk as there's so many modules on CPAN they couldn't find the wheat in the chaff. It's always great to get feedback like that and is one of the reasons I love to talk. Thanks for everyone's kind words.
I should really get round to emailing the few people that I didn't get to say thanks for their talk. Geoff, if you're reading this both your talks rocked. Simon, though your talk on AMF::Perl was plauged by technical problems, the software looks really promising. Allison, nice keynote. Perrin, I've learned about a couple of interesting looking modules from you. Andy, Bill - you already know that both talks you did rocked. Ian, you've made me think about kwiki again. Worry about people in tin foil hats.
I took some pictures of which I got iPhoto to create a cruddy web page for me. See James and Alex soaked to the skin by several tons of falling Canadian water. Marvel at us watching Euro 2004 on dodgy video feeds. See Katrien being bored by Perl geeks. Be amazed by the funky waffle maker.
One of the things from the Town Hall was an idea mentioned to write a guide to writing lightning talks. When I get back from New York state, I'll have a go at doing this as London.pm is currently organising a Lightning Talk only tech meet next month. Which, of couse I'm still looking for speakers from. Instructions how to apply in that link.