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jonasbn (1153)

jonasbn
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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Sunday April 27, 2003
12:49 PM

SPW is over

[ #11871 ]

The SPW is over. I had planned to write daily updates on the progress of the SPW day by day, but the workshop acutally took up more time than I expected, but know I am 'back' - well I have the time to write in my journal again, so I might aswell reflect a bit on the just finished SPW.

The SPW went better than I had dared hoped for. The turn-up was amazing with about 71 regitrants (including speakers). The speakers did a marvellous job and the workshop had a high technical standard.

There are many things we need to do differently and the feedback from speakers and attendees have been great - both good and bad but very constructive.

The goal is to move the SPW to Stockholm next year, since Copenhagen Perl Mongers are bidding in on the hosting of YAPC::Europe 2004 in competition with Belfast.pm.

I have had a few ideas for a few new modules so I have to get started on these.

Thanks to all the people and speakers who participated in the SPW - you made all the hard work worthwhile...

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  • Glad to hear it went so well and I'm sure we'll come next year. Maybe the apartment renovations will be done by then :) And, you know, if you changed the name from scandinavian to nordic you might even be welcome to host it in Helsinki, too :)

    • Thank You very much,

      The name change suggestion was actually mentioned at a BOF the last day and since the workshop already have changed name once, from Copenhagen Perl Workshop to Scandinavian Perl Workshop, I do not see why we should not have yet another name change (YANC). The message is the same - Perl Workshop.