There seems to be a consensus, which I share, that the annual PostgreSQL Developers Meeting went much better this year that in the previous couple of years.
One item of note: the commit fest managers are going to be much more vigilant about making sure that if you have signed up for a review you will work on it right away, and about removing reviewers who are not producing reviews. So you will be able to have much more confidence that if someone is signed up as a reviewer for a patch they will actually be doing the work.
After the meeting and the obligatory visit to the Royal Oak, a number of us went out and had a pleasant Indian meal, and then I came back to the hotel, fixed a customer problem, and wrote up some slides for my proposed lightning talk. More on this later.
Now, on to the conference proper!