- WiFi access
- Venue is roomy and easy to navigate, and very well lit
- Lots of chance encounters in the corridors
- Great media centre with power sockets
- WiFi upload speeds. Connectivity is good. Getting pictures up is slow, and I don’t even want to think about video.
- Lunch. They ran out of both starters and desserts very quickly in the lunchtime serving:
[![Web 2.0 Berlin lunch](https://i1.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2008/10/IMG_0074-thumb-500x375.jpg?resize=500%2C375)](https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2008/10/IMG_0074.jpg)
(I might be being a little churlish. That’s a decent lunch right there, and one course is probably better for my waistline.)
Leisa Reichelt – Drupal.org redesign
How do you design for a large Open Source Community? That was the problem Leisa
faced when commissioned to do the redesign of the Drupal.org
“You can’t do it behind closed doors,” she
E-mail. No-one thinks of it as a social app. It’s hardly what we think of as Web
2.0, yet it’s the most social piece of software most of us use each day.
Oh, and it’s broken.