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UKUUG Linux Developer's Conference.

Linux 2001 - Questionnaire

Where did you first hear about the Conference?

UKUUG Newsletter
UKUUG Direct Mailing
UKUUG Website
From a Colleague
From a Magazine (give name below)
Elsewhere (state below)

What was the deciding factor in your decision to attend?

Do you have any comments on the decision this yeart to split into two streams for part of the programme?

Comments?

Please rate each presentation given on a scale of 0-5 on the grounds of content, relevant to you and presentation.

Content and Relevant to you: 0 = non-relevance to me; 5 = extremely relevant

Presentation Style: (0 = poor style, technique, materials; 5= excellent style, technique and materials).

These comments may be passed annonymously to the speaker concerned

David McAllister (Linux Clusters)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Robert J. Gautier (Brute Force Cluster)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Nick Davis: (IBM)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Bo Thorsen: (AMD)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Andrea Arcangeli (vsyscalls)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Professor Frank Sumner (Birth of Computing 1)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Professor David Aspinall (Birth of Computing 2)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Werner Heuser (Linux Laptops)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton: (Samba TNG)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Chris Benson (DCE)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
David Faure (KDE)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Martin Hamilton (Heartbeat and LVS)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
David Woodhouse (Flash FileSystems)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Michael Meeks (GNOME)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Christian Egli (GNOME and Python)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Andrea Arcangeli (NUMA):
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Steve Whitehouse (Zero Copy):
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Tom Rathborne (GIMP):
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton (Pymmetry):
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Werner Hauser (PDAs)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Randy Appleton (Benchmarking)
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Dave Jones (Powertweak):
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Richard Moore (1): Dynamic Probes
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Richard Moore 2 Kernel Hooks
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Stephan Richter (Zope):
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Tom Rathborne (Perl and GIMP):
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5
Alex Perry (FlightGear):
Content and Relevance 0 5
Presentation Style 0 5

Overall, did you feel that the Conference lived up to your expectations?

Certainly not Exceeded my expectations

How did you perceive the visit to the Museum for 'The Baby' Demonstration?

Disappointing Very Worthwhile

How did you enjoy the Banquet at Yang Sing?

Disappointing Very Worthwhile

Do you think a Conference Dinner should be organised each year?

Yes
No

Was the meeting good value for money?

Definitely Not Exceedingly Good Value

Should this type of meeting be repeated next year?

Yes
No

Did you attend any of the following?

Linux 98 (Manchester)
Linux 99 (Aston)
Linux 00 (London)

If you attended any of the previous UKUUG LINUX conferences, how did this year's compare?

Have you attended any other UKUUG Events? If so, which?

Did you attend any of the following?

Ottawa Linux Symposium
OSDEM (Brussels)
LinuxTag (Stuttgart)
SANE (Maastricht)

What type of Events would you like to see organised in the future?

For Linux 2002, do you have any preferred dates (select as many as you wish)

7 June - 9 June
14 June - 16 June
21 June - 23 June
28 June - 30 June
5 July - 7 July
12 July - 14 July
19 July - 21 July
26 July - 28 July

Any other comments you would like to make?

Statements may be used in advertising material to promote the UKUUG Linux 2002 Conference

Would you like to get involved with the UKUUG either by standing for Council or joining one of the sub-committees? (Newsletter, email and website, events, CD production) -- if yes, please remember to give your details below).

Yes
No

Contact Details (optional)

Name:
Email Address:
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