BarCamp Canberra is finished for another year – but we would love to hear what you thought, and keep the conversations going.
As an unconference, its hard to predict what the day will bring – but no one was injured, and the new venue remained intact (which must be some small measure of success). About 130 people attended and there were about 50 talks. CupcakeCamp proved to be popular. There were zombies and pirates and Gov2.0 experts. Coffee and talk flowed freely. Lots of photos from the day have been posted to flickr.
If you came along – did you enjoy the day? Was there a particular session that you liked, or conversation that inspired you? Or was there something that you didn’t like or would do differently next year? Post a comment with your thoughts below. If you are a blogger – feel free to include a link to your blog post about BarCamp Canberra 2011.
BarCamp Canberra will be returning in 2012. If you are interested in becoming an unorganiser please let us know. BarCamp relies on your participation and there is always room for improvement. Getting involved is the best way to ensure that BarCamp Canberra stays awesome!