There are so many things to say about European Moz Camp 09 – which took place in Prague last week-end – I just can't get started…
I'll try to describe it anyway. It was:
- Energizing. For example, I had a blast discussing about motivation with Milos, our Serbian localizer, among many other.
- Super informative, with tons of sessions, keynotes and no less than 4 tracks (QA, Dev, L10n and Advocacy).
- Full of interactions, the one you can't have on IRC, conference calls or Bugzilla
- Exciting (having Mike Beltzner explain the Firefox roadmap was great, but having him understand better the community in Europe was even better)
- Fun (involving laughter, friends, geeky humor and local beer).
Every single minute I have spent there was exciting, and I'd like to thank for this all the people involved in making this event happen (at the risk of forgetting a couple dozen names!).
- First and foremost, the lead organizers, William and Irina, all those who helped on this topic. If there were glitches (and nothing can be perfect on an event of this size!), I did not hear of them! 
- The track organizers who have built a wonderful program with the speakers
- All the volunteers who were willing to showed up
- Mark Surman, Mike Beltzner and Glyn Moody for taking time out of their busy schedule
There are tons of posts, pictures and tweets that have been published around
#eumozcamp09. But if there were only 2 things to see if you haven't been able to attend, they would be the following:
- Mozilla Drumbeat slides with audio, by Mark Surman (31mn), but full of interesting stuff on what Mozilla Foundation could do in the future besides Firefox and code
- Sethb and Choffman in a 42 seconds clip I love this Community Yeaaaah!!!. Pure joy
I'm looking forward a similar event next year, with FOSDEM next February in the meantime. See you there!
A couple of blog posts and photo albums from around Europe
- Mozillians of Europe, Unite (by Glen Moody, in English, from the UK)
- Mozilla Camp Europe 2009, Prague : j’y étais (in French, from Belgium)
- Mozilla Camp Europe 2009 by Jan Odvarko (Czech Republic);
- EU MozCamp 2009, Prague, by Kazé (France)
- MozCamp 2009 in Prague (from The Netherlands)
- All in all, community rocks (by Milos, from Serbia)
- Mozilla Camp Europe 2009 (in Slovene, from Slovenia)
- Pragatik bueltan #eumozcamp09 itzel baten ostean (in Basque) ;