[Linux-aus] LCA2016 post event report
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Thu May 26 07:44:59 AEST 2016
I noticed that LCA2016 did a lot more work on the wiki as compared
with previous years. I've some questions about it:
The report on the conference wiki says:
''' The Wiki was up and ready with most conference information by
early October 2015. This helped Delegates with their pre-conference
experience enormously, and reduced the number of questions fielded in
the Delegate Service application, RT, in the lead up to the
How did the team determine that the questions fielded were reduced?
Was this in comparison with previous years?
Also, it appears as though the index pages "Information for speakers"
and "Information for delegates" did not feature as highly in your page
view counts when compared with pages that have traditionally been in
the wiki. How did you determine that the IA of the web site was
effective, in particular the separating out the various index pages?
On 24 May 2016 at 02:53, Kathy Reid - Team linux.conf.au 2016 Geelong
- LCA By the Bay <info at lcabythebay.org.au> wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> The linux.conf.au 2016 Geelong - LCA By the Bay conference team is delighted
> to present our post event report for your information.
> As always your questions, comments and feedback are warmly welcomed.
> Kind regards,
> David Bell and Kathy Reid
> on behalf of the LCA2016 team
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