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  • by echo (2881) on 2007.06.29 18:22 (#55846)

    The general impression I'd gotten beforehand wasn't good: the ACT conference toolkit used to manage the site is still under heavy development, and it showed.

    Ah, things ain't what they used to be. In the old days, people would file bug reports. Or, when they've spent some time on the #act IRC channel like you have, they might mention the problems they perceive. That way, the developers might have a chance to improve their software. But today, people just blog vague impressions.

    I guess I'm just old fashioned.
    • Yes, I spent time on the channel telling you about specific problems as I found them. Then, at YAPC, I made sure to talk to conference organizers and TPF reps suggesting that the attendees, who had mumbled on IRC and in person, send in all complaints.

      What the hell do you want from my personal blog? Do I have to enumerate every flaw there, too? Or am I just not allowed to summarize my conference experience? I've tried to do what I can to help, and I thought that was clear.