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Posted on February 15, by Leslie Hawthorn Ed. I originally composed this post as a resource for folks at my employer, Red Hat. Obviously, the Red Hat specific bits have been removed, e.
Many thanks to Somay and S. Flickr user 4nitsirk tl;dr Schedule time to write and publish the report within 48 hours of the event. Block time on your calendar so it happens.
Along with your text about what you found most useful about the event, include photos and video or audio recordings, preferably embedded in the post.
Linking to these resources is also OK. Include important stats in your post that are relevant to the community attending the event, e. Make writing a post workshop report form to thank the event organizers and sponsors in an appropriate fashion.
Once your post is published, make sure to share it via whatever social media channels you like to use. OpenStack Meetup April Features photos early in the post, includes video, thanks to sponsors, shout outs to key community folks in attendance. Developer conference part III: Workshops, hackfests, and more: Features photo of audience very early in post without showing too many open seats, includes links to talk slides and videos, lots of detail on what the presentation topics were.
A wrap up report should be published no more than two weeks after the event.
At two weeks out, the news is a bit stale so do your best to aim for 48 hours after the event, with a week or less time being OK but not optimal. Schedule time no more than 24 hours after the event to both write and publish your wrap up report.
Take Good Notes Writing up a great event wrap up report means gathering data while at the event. Take the time to write down a few notes about things that particularly impressed you during the conference or meet up.
You will not use all of your notes, but the more detail you can later provide, the better. Most post-event wrap up reports include the following items, so take notes accordingly. You may not use all of these details, but it is good to have them. Location of event, including thanks to whoever provided the space in the case of a meet up, e.
Some like to note the number of attendees from certain groups depending on the goals of the particular community hosting the event, e. Half of the students had not yet entered university. While you do not need to call out the names of all sponsors, it is best practice to give a shout out to your employer specifically if they were a sponsor.
In the case of one or two sponsors, it is best practice to name them and link to their home page in your thanks. If a sponsor did something truly memorable and appreciated, a specific thanks to that sponsor is always welcome.
Consider the difference between these two thanks, both of which say basically the same thing, but will likely be received by your audience very differently: Red Hat provided coffee and treats to everyone at the Foo Bar Meeting, which was totally awesome of them.
Take Photos Of course, you want to ensure that you have permission to take photos at the event. Some FLOSS folks request that all photos taken during their events be published under a Creative Commons license, others forbid photos at their events entirely, others request that attendees make use of photographs taken by the conference photographer.Welcome to Windbreak House.
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Hi Zaffer, I think that your question is a little out of my league. (they don’t want water splashing on the paper so that’s why it’s only one person writing a report at a time.
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