XDC 2017 feedback
manasi.d.navare at intel.com
Tue Sep 26 18:49:10 UTC 2017
XDC was a really great conference and loved the fact that it was
in just one room which kept all the hallway conversations in that room resulting
into more networking.
But I agree with Andres that for the videos, it would be great to split the
huge youtube video stream per presentation and have seperate links for each
talk somewhere on the XDC page.
On Tue, Sep 26, 2017 at 01:25:15PM -0400, Andres Rodriguez wrote:
> A small piece of feedback from those of us watching remotely. It would be
> nice to have a simple to access index for the long livestream videos.
> I think the XDC 2017 wiki page would be a good place for this information. A
> brief example:
> Presentation Title | Presenter Name | Link with timestamp
> ... | ... | youtu.be/video-id?t=XhYmZs
> Or alternatively, a list of hyperlinks with the presentation title as text
> that point to the correct timestamp in the video would also be sufficient.
> Really enjoyed the talks, and would like them to be slightly easier to
> access and share with others.
> On 2017-09-26 12:57 PM, Daniel Vetter wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >First again big thanks to Stéphane and Jennifer for organizing a great XDC.
> >Like last year we'd like to hear feedback on how this year's XDC went,
> >both the good (and what you'd like to see more of) and the not so
> >good. Talk selection, organization, location, scheduling of talks,
> >anything really.
> >Here's a few things we took into account from Helsinki and tried to apply:
> >- More breaks for more hallway track.
> >- Try to schedule the hot topics on the first day (did we pick the
> >right ones) for better hallway track.
> >- More lightning talk time to give all the late/rejected submissions
> >some place to give a quick showcase.
> >Things that didn't work out perfectly this year and that we'll try to
> >get better at next year:
> >- Lots of people missed the submission deadline and their talks were
> >rejected only because of that. We'll do better PR by sending out a
> >pile of reminders.
> >- Comparitively few people asked for travel assistance. No idea
> >whether this was a year with more budget around, or whether this isn't
> >all that well know and we need to make more PR in maybe the call for
> >papers about it.
> >But that's just the stuff we've gathered already, we'd like to hear
> >more feedback. Just reply to this mail or send a mail to
> >board at foundation.x.org if you don't want the entire world to read it.
> >And if you want to send at pseudonymous feedback, drop a pastebin onto
> >the #xf-bod channel on the OFTC irc server.
> >Thanks, Daniel
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