dan at langille.org
Tue Jun 6 15:17:45 UTC 2017
> On Jun 6, 2017, at 10:11 AM, John Nowlan <JohnNowlan at Cunet.Carleton.Ca> wrote:
> I enjoyed being able to help. +1 would do it again.
> General comments, not specific to process improvement:
> - try and get schedule data onto pc's ahead of time
> - have cables/adapters available
What cables / adaptors were missing?
> - could 1 mike be used instead of 1 for room 1 for recording?
> - these are all minor things
> - the one thought that occurred to me was that it might be corny, but fun to have some sort of 'question period/quiz show/challenge' over lunch. I want to hear what other peoples experiences have been/what are best practices, etc. but I, like others, I think, are generally introverted. Having some sort of activity/goal can help get people talking, so something that is semi-structured but invites people to participate would be great. Maybe have vendor reps take questions from the 'field' but allow anyone to participate. Something like that.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: pgcon-volunteers [mailto:pgcon-volunteers-bounces at lists.pgcon.org] On Behalf Of Dan Langille
> Sent: Tuesday, June 6, 2017 9:51 AM
> To: pgcon-volunteers at lists.pgcon.org
> Subject: [pgcon-volunteers] Video
> Thank you for your help with the video recording during PGCon 2017. I will upload & add a splash soon.
> Any ideas for process improvement?
> Thanks again.
> Dan Langille
> pgcon-volunteers mailing list
> pgcon-volunteers at lists.pgcon.org
More information about the pgcon-volunteers