YAPC::NA Surveys - Please Submit Your Responses

After just two weeks from the closing of YAPC::NA 2011, the conference survey site has been busy. We have 60 responses so far to the main conference survey, and 312 responses for the talk evaluations. Many thanks to everyone who has submitted their responses.

However, with 75% of attendees yet to submit their survey responses, it would be great to get some more submissions, both for the main conference survey and the talk evaluations. The results are extremely useful to organisers and the speakers, to help improve the conferences and the talks respectively.

If you haven't responded as yet, please check for your unique email with your personal keycode login, and click the link provided. If you cannot find the mail, please check your spam filters first and failing that please let me know and I can resend you your keycode.

For further details please see the Wiki page on the YAPC::NA 2011 site. Results of the Conference Survey will be posted on the YAPC Surveys site at the beginning of August.

The surveys close on Friday 29th July, so you still have just under 2 weeks to submit your responses. Please try and take some time to complete and submit your responses, as they really do help to improve the event for everyone.


Do you send responses for talk evaluations to the speakers, or just lump it all into the survey reporting on http://yapc-surveys.org?

Barbie previously wrote: "Results of the Course and Talk Evaluation forms will NOT be made public, but will be sent to the respective speakers only. Note that all results sent to speakers will be anonymous, unless you explicitly identify yourself in the feedback."

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user-pic Leader of Birmingham.pm and a CPAN author. Co-organised YAPC::Europe in 2006. Responsible for the YAPC Conference Surveys, helping to improve YAPCs every year. Also the current caretaker for the CPAN Testers websites and data stores. If you really want to find out more, buy me a Guinness. Just don't ask the obvious ... Grep has been for 10 years and is still no closer ;)Links: Memoirs of a Roadie Birmingham Perl Mongers CPAN Testers Reports YAPC Conference Surveys