I blogged on Day 1 and Day 2 but as I expected, I was unable to blog yesterday on the conference. However, let me just briefly give you my impression of the final day:
The core part of this last day was a whole block on Cloud Computing. There were different presentations on the subject and then a panel discussion, which I had the opportunity to be part of. There are a few key conclusions for the cloud from my point of view:
Finally, the conference always concludes with key messages and summaries from the workshops. The strongest one – I had the feeling – was the once for ICANN (see highlighted below). That’s the excerpt from the final document:
In this connection, participants in the conference underline that:
Following detailed discussions, participants recommend:
The website of the event is here: Octopus Interface 2010 and these are the Key Messages.
It was – once more – a very good conference. That the collaboration became closer could be seen as well that there was no single session the private sector was excluded. Talking about the private sector. It is a real shame that quite some key players from the industry are still not very active to support such activities. Just joining the conference does not solve the problems.