As the openSUSE Conference and all related events are over, it's time to share my thoughts how it was.
This was actually first conference ever where I helped with organizing, so it was quite new experience for me. Week before it has happened I expected quite a lot of problems, but in the end everything went more or less smoothly.
Having something like 700-800 visitors is IMHO great for first year of LinuxDays, even though it has been collocated with other conferences. Most people came on Saturday and there were less of them on Sunday. Maybe it was result of the party, which lasted for many of them till early morning (I've left around 1 AM and there were still lot of people drinking).
Besides organizing stuff, I also had my own talk about Weblate. Unfortunately not much people has attended it, but those who did gave me some valuable feedback which will be reflected in next Weblate release. Anyway if you want to see my slides from this talk, they are now available on my website.