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  • by tinita (8485) on 2008.08.29 12:18 (#64662) Homepage
    I rated a few talks but I found it very difficult because, yes, there might have been talks which could be rated "poor", but that doesn't help anyone because the reason is missing. Some spoke with a very low voice (including myself probably), sometimes the slides are not readable (which was also the case for my talk =), sometimes information is missing, some talks just need more examples. So without the possibility to give reason I wouldn't want to rate any talk "poor". Of course a feedback form with the possibility to add constructive criticism is more complicated; I just wanted to add the reason why I didn't really rate the talks.
    • When the idea was raised a while ago to add some talk ratings, I wasn't sure how best to approach it. I agree that a better feedback mechanism is missing from the main survey, however, after Dave Cross asked me to implement something for the Tutorials, I put together something fairly simple where you can feed back. As there were only 4 tutorials, this wasn't too difficult, however the solution I used will work with the regular talks too.

      Next year, I hope to have something better for each talk appraisal, so