When the broadcast was finally finished on the third day, we were relieved. We made it.
As we discovered, 30 minute sessions worked pretty well. Almost. In hindsight, we learned that:
0) 23 minutes of content with 7 minutes of q&a time didn't allow enough time for questions for most of the sessions,
1) our speakers were not used to speaking for such short periods and had some difficulty with that,
3) there were (deliberately) no breaks between the end of one session and the start of the next. Feedback says we should have had them,
4) the "networking lounge" and discussions were hard to use and didn't work as nearly as well as they should have. In spite of the difficulty some good discussion did take place.
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