Linux Plumbers Conference 2022 Feedback
Thank you for participating in our event. We hope you had as much fun attending as we did organizing it.

We want to hear your feedback so we can keep improving our logistics and content. Please fill this quick survey and let us know your thoughts (your answers will be anonymous unless you indicate you want to be contacted).
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How satisfied were you with the event? *
Waste of time
Very useful and enjoyable
Was it useful to co-locate Linux Plumbers with the Kernel Summit track? *
Not much interaction
Very helpful
Was it useful to co-locate Linux Plumbers with the Networking & eBPF Summit?
Not much interaction
Very Helpful
Clear selection
Was it useful to co-locate Linux Plumbers with the Toolchain Track? 
Not much interaction
Very Helpful
Clear selection
Did the schedule reflect what was talked about in the sessions? *
Did not match
Very Accurate
Is the venue size right for  Linux Plumbers conference? *
Prefer smaller venues, with limited attendance.
Prefer more be able to attend and/or co-located with other events.
Were the rooms appropriate for effective discussion? *
Unable to hear
Able to follow discussion
Did the virtual platform work for you to have discussions between in-person and remote participants effectively? *
Very frustrating
Very easy
Did the discussions you participated in at the event help to resolve problems? *
Not useful
Very much
Were the presentations (when used) educational? *
Not very useful
Very helpful
How did you end up participating in this year's plumbers? (Please check all that apply) *
How do you plan to use the recorded videos? *
For those able to attend in person, how satisfied were you with the number of attendees?
Too many, not able to have effective conversations
Would prefer more to be able to attend
Clear selection
For those able to attend in person,  how satisfied were you with the logistics?
1 = Very disatisfied   5 = Very satisfied
Communication: emails from committee
Communication: online schedule able to navigate to talks you wanted to attend?
Communication: if author, were you able to enter proposal effectively in system?
Communication: if miniconf lead, were you able to describe miniconf effectively?
Venue: Locally adjusted starting time (10am)
Venue: Hacking and conversation spaces
Venue: Power plug access
Venue: Wireless
Venue: AV support (microphones, projectors, etc.)
Venue: On-site catering
Events: Monday Evening Event
Events: Wednesday Evening Event
Accomodation: Convenient to conference venue
Accomodation: Able to use negotiated rates
Accommodation: interesting location
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Which sessions did you find most relevant? *
Not relevant
Very relevant
Did not attend
Linux Plumbers Refereed track
Kernel Summit track
Networking & eBPF Summit track
Toolchain track
BOF's track
Kernel Memory Management MC
System Boot and Security MC
Kernel Testing & Dependability MC
Rust MC
Service Management and systemd MC
Confidential Computing MC
CPU Isolation MC
linux/arch MC
Android MC
Real-time and Scheduling MC
Containers and Checkpoint/Restore MC
IoTs a 4-Letter Word MC
Zoned Storage Devices (SMR HDDs & ZNS SSDs) MC
Compute Express Link MC
Open Printing MC
Power Management and Thermal Control MC
Hallway Track
Would you like to have a BOFs track as part of next year's event? *
Would you like to see us continue to alternate location between Europe and North America when feasible? *
Would you like to see us plan for next year to be virtual, physical, or combination?  
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Which time of year in 2024 would you like to have Plumbers?
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Which conference(s) would you like to see Plumbers co-located with in future? *
What were your key take aways from this event?
Do you have any suggestions on how we can improve the registration and wait list processes? 
What one thing would you like to see changed?
Any additional comments regarding the sessions or overall agenda?
Name and contact info if you wish us to contact you for further discussion (optional)
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