Notes by Christina Pikas
Bob Kelly: APS focus groups
presentations up on the web page
list of participants out to the participants
evaluation of process and structure:
David - usually the best part of a conference is in the hallway, I feel like I've been in the hallway the whole time. This is a really good thing and it made it more interactive and a think tank... good people and the right people for the discussion.
Eating all of our meals together is a good thing. Have roundtable discussion topics at lunch
Good having a single track so we could see everything.
Presentations were easy to follow.
Suggestion -- Charleston model w/action items
Link to presentations. Also fewer speakers with more time to each speaker is better and more useful.
Wasn't well enough advertised.
Liked the tight focus.
Introductions are good.
Get a speaker who's not for open access (ML tried and was turned town)
She was expecting more technical presentations
Where are the blog notes available?
Get questions at meals, then have a program in the evening that addresses those questions.
Different seating arrangements.
Backchannel comms. Better wireless. Better power.