For those that couldn't make it, the Joe Terranova's presentation went very well. There were two Ubuntu tables setup, one with Ubuntu propaganda/CDs/stickers/Ubuntu-Woman flyer and another with PCs that had various flavors of Ubuntu installed (nice job JimF!).
It was quite amazing to see how we all just jumped into our roles. I'm not sure how much everyone planned for this event but it looked exceptionally organized. I've been MIA for most of the week so the most I did for planning was to tell Alex and Jim that I should be there at noon. I felt a little bad that I didn't bring any PCs but there was Jim with his collection! That cheapo PPC was perfect for demonstrating Xubuntu. I registered two people on it.
Many of missed Joe's presentation (sorry Joe) while we prepared for the wave of people. Every now and then BenA would come back with praising comments about the presentation. From what we heard everyone loved it! Looks like we have a top notch spokesman for the Ubuntu LoCo teams.
Thanks to Alex, Andy, and Lyz (did I miss anyone?) the meetlinux site ran like a champion. The few registrations that I did went very smooth.
There's so much more I want to mention but I have to eat some dinner. I just wanted to say it continues to be a pleasure working with all of you. Things just worked so smoothly today.
More things to mention later: my trip to an NTR event after, Joe's suggestion of network installs for install-fest, automated cd burning/verification.