The awards presentations were ok.
The Python award presenter tried to cram in a 15-30 minute talk into about 30 seconds. Consequently he made a lame "version 3 releases" being better and faster than "some version 6 releases". I think it was kind of lame and if he had more time it could have seemed more good natured. It just overshadowed the award for a guy that had been a big part of the Python community.
The Open Source Awards were ok, most of the recipients weren't able to attend and didn't give any speeches for the most part.
The White Camels were ok.
I think everyone was rushing to get to the keynotes.