As a Non Magento user, it indeed felt overwhelming at times. However, it is Ben Marks we are talking about, dammit, so that in itself deserves 4/5
Good talk, Freek, however, I would also try to cut back on the whole 'Open Source = Free ' spin in the talk, now it seems this just functions as a filler for the rest of the talk.
I would purely focus on the main theme of the talk : Taking Backups with Laravel
Telt de Mario Kart vóór de start van de avond als introductie? Anders 5/5 :)
For a non Studio Emma employee it felt like I didn't know what I was doing there... It felt like focused on Studio Emma at some point and less on the Magento 2. A couple of code examples/features could be nice too so new people can be triggered to play with it.
I would reorder the talk. The opensource software item didn't fit in the talk. If you want to do some marketing, you should do it after the introduction about yourself, not in the middle. Would love to focus a little but more at the content of the track then the opensource debate. Relevant information about the history and the why about the package could be more explained in detail: for example: how did you "fix" your server, what stept did you take, how much time did you need to get on track again...
Iets minder "leutig" door het ontbreken van uw partner in crime, maar je hebt dat goed gedaan Jachim. Nieuwe raffler zal leuker zijn voor nieuwkomers!
Interesting features and progress Magento is making towards community
Good speed in the presentation.
A few notes:
- Free !== Open Source, There is a lot of Free software that is proprietary
- The open source work and the packages spatie put on packagist felt a bit like a marketing break
- Zip is not only easy to implement in php it also avoids some permission issues and cross platform issues due to its 'stupidity' :)
De Steven Vandeputte opmerking alleen al levert 5 punten op :D