The second WordCamp in Russia was a success, with almost 200 attendees and a great lineup of 14 speakers from all over Russia and abroad, including Ukraine and even Germany.
I’m not going to go into much planning details like I did last year. Everything was mostly the same, with the exception of having almost twice as many speakers, two tracks, pizza for lunch, a new logo (which everybody thought was a splash), as well as little irritating things that made planning more stressful — like the absence of parking spots close to the venue, problems with shipping anything from the US to Russia, and the fact that we bought about 10x more coffee than we ended up serving.
In any case, the post-WordCamp survey showed a 96% satisfaction rate, which definitely works for me. Now back to reading those new 4.0 commits, and still struggling for inbox zero, even though it’s been over a week now.