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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Nat, I'm curious. Does this replace the Town Hall traditionally held at end-of-con? I'm curious what the reaction to those has been, traditionally. I always appreciate it, as it provides a nice roundup of reactions and suggestions from the intriguing to the antagonistic...
    • Town halls usually start with a few comments from the organizers on how this is an auspicious time and place, and focus on interesting recent events (especially those that happened at the conference).

      Then the microphone is opened up to the peanut gallery.

      Then someone asks "Why can't we have an east-coast venue?" A show of hands late friday afternoon somewhere on the west coast shows that the vast majority of attendees prefer a west coast venue, followed quickly with a random quote about how east coast

    • What Ziggy said :-) We do like getting feedback, and we'll schedule a feedback session or BOF in addition to the evaluation forms, but ultimately the town hall didn't do much more than soak up the last session of the conference. My hope is that a networking trip will actually be useful to people.

      --Nat