On Wed, 2015-08-19 at 19:24 -0400, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 07:16:24PM -0400, Josh Boyer wrote:
> > I think it's nice to close the last day with an everyone-there
> > joint
> > session. It could be the last keynote, but everyone is tired by
> > then.
> Do you literally mean the last day, or the last talk day?
Good question. Last talk day. :)
At FUDCon Managua 2014, we did last day of talks a closure speak. But
it was part of what the university expected and part be able to provide
feed back to the fedora project at large.
It was something like what we accomplished, what we have learned and a
lot (really a lot) of thanking people that made the event possible. It
turn out really well. I feel that people got a message that formal
"status" was over. Go to FUDPub and have fun, tomorrow hack more if you
want or go to do some sightseeing.
I made my task keep track of things and do informal survey, so I was
able to provide the talk.
This is just an example of something that worked well in a particular
context. I am not implying this will work well for other contexts, but
it is possible to think about what may be useful from this experience.