Community works!

Michelangelo van Dam (17.Sep.2011 at 09:10)
Keynote at PFCongres 2011 (English - US)

Rating: 4 of 5

Getting involved with the community behind PHP is not difficult, and everyone is welcome to participate to get involved. But what’s this “Getting involved” thing ? In this session I’ll explain what people can do to become part of the larger PHP community eco system, without committing code to the PHP core or other PHP related open source projects.

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Rating: 4 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 09:32 by Rick Heijster (1 comments)

Interesting talk about how everyone can participate in the Open Source community. I like the minimal slides, purely meant to support the words of the speaker, not the other way around.

Rating: 4 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 09:41 by Ricardo Snoek (9 comments)

He's right about a lot of stuff! Community makes coding not only fun and rewarding, but also faster and better.

I'd only wish there were more images in the slides so that it's easier to remember, and less of a drag.

Thumbs up for the short notes on screen though!

Rating: 3 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 09:44 by Freek Lijten (50 comments) via api

a liked the content of the talk but it lacked structure a lot.

Rating: 4 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 09:50 by Ruben Aarts (19 comments)

interesting talk about The PHP community, thank you

Rating: 3 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 09:55 by Tjebbe Westendorp (20 comments) via api

Agreeing with FricoRico, interesting talk but I also was missing structure.

Thanks!

Rating: 3 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 09:56 by Robert-Jan de Dreu (6 comments) via api

The talk was okay. But it really lacked the depth you expect from a keynode speaker.

Rating: 3 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 10:07 by Jan Willem Eshuis (13 comments) via api

Talk was ok. Point made, contribute more is true:-)

Rating: 4 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 10:12 by Jeroen van Dijk (56 comments) via api

For a first time already a good keynote! Maybe one tip.... Less sheets, more descriptive explanations. Some parts it felt as if you were reading the presentation.

Rating: 3 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 10:15 by Tim de Pater (44 comments) via api

Good talk, liked the speed in the slides but missing the pictures to visualise your talk.
I do agree on the subject, community works and open source is addictive!

Rating: 4 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 10:17 by Jeroen de Jong (82 comments) via api

Thanks for the inspiring talk, liked the short/plain slides to give your words some extra strength.

Rating: 4 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 11:16 by Thijs Feryn (127 comments)

Second time I see this talk and it has evolved a lot. Good job, keep it up, but try to focus a little bit more on the story and the structure.

Rating: 4 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 11:22 by Felix De Vliegher (30 comments)

The message that Michelangelo was bringing was very clear. Community involvement creates new possibilities, join in and take advantage of it! I do prefer a bit more visual slide deck, because the combination of an image + message tends to stick around for a longer time. As mentioned before, I'd like to see a bit more structure, but overall a very nice talk.

Rating: 4 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 12:12 by Patrick van Kouteren (102 comments)

Kind of an American power talk (regarding the slides) which I like for a change. I actually don't mind the lack of images. However, the topic/message might be a little too small for the amount of time.

Rating: 5 of 5

17.Sep.2011 at 22:49 by Richard Tuin (83 comments)

Everything has already been said, but here it goes.
Great inspirational talk, of which i think makes good keynote material for a conference like PFcongres.
Well presented, lots of slides which i like.

Rating: 4 of 5

18.Sep.2011 at 10:37 by Derick Rethans (71 comments)

I like the talk, but sometimes the timing was off with the "single words on the slide". I think however, that you could do with fewer "one word" slides as it sometimes felt you were reading from the presentation.

Rating: 4 of 5

18.Sep.2011 at 16:26 by Danny van der Sluys (4 comments)

Good talk, inspired me to be more active in a community role. However the vibe of the presentation was a bit apple key note like, with a bunch of single word slides. Even though they where applicable to the talk, I would say, a single slide with a bullit list would do the same trick.

Rating: 4 of 5

19.Sep.2011 at 10:44 by Chase Sillevis (9 comments)

Lacked structure, but got me interested and enthusiastic enough to stay awake.

Rating: 3 of 5

19.Sep.2011 at 14:09 by Daan van den Berg (55 comments)

Good subject, good information, nice sheets although some images might have worked. Especially "gimmick-images" that may be funny in the context.

I was missing some enthusiasm in the posture of the speaker as well as in the way of speaking. Speaker sounded a bit dull, even though I know the enthusiasm of the speaker on the subject. More enthusiasm may make the talk more interesting and may promote opensource even better.

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