I couldn’t have been happier with how the Linux Plumbers Conference went last week. I went back and looked at the original proposal that we had Arjan, Greg, and Randy present to the Linux Foundation, and we seem to have hit all our original goals. From conception we wanted this to be a “working” conference – and from the conversations in the hallways that I overheard, to the discussions in the microconfs that went on, I could see that people were indeed getting together, discussing issues and solving problems. Conferences require a lot of time, effort, and money to do right, and it’s gratifying to feel that something useful will come out of this.
I think that now I can go back to blogging about duck poo and vegetables.