Time to put down my NLUUG hat (that's the purple one, matching the NLUUG color scheme) for this conference round and look back for a moment. It's good to hear kind words from Sebas about the conference. They pretty much match my impressions of the whole: a conference with strong technical talks (I chaired three, on Legal aspects, Ampache and Midgard2) and a satisfied audience. The coffee was darn good -- but you had to order a cappucino (after 11am) to get the full sense of artistry; Schuberg-Philis takes good care of its people. They had a nice talk on data storage tiers at the previous (spring) conference -- the same conference where Ben Marin talked about libferris, so I'm happy to see him show up on planet KDE as well, now.
Kudos especially to Jos Poortvliet for filling in on short notice. I fully expect some form of revenge for that, even if the dinner and lengthy discussion about Free Software usability made up for some of it (quoth I "surely someone who drives a car has some mental model of what's going on?" saith the usability expert "ha ha ha.").
Thanks too to the programme committee, headed by Armijn, and to Interactie, represented by Andrea, for their dedication to the conference. As they say in Inspector Gadget: "next time" (the topic is "Systems Administration", nice and traditional, and the call for abstracts is up if you'd like to submit a paper.)