FrOSCon 2008 was a real success (http://www.froscon.org).
I have only three complains for the organisation:
1) next year, please take care not to schedule two PostgreSQL talks during the same time.
2) don't forget to put water for the speakers into the presentation rooms. I recognised it before I started and got immediately a six pack water. Anyway, usually there should be glasses and drinking stuff without the speaker has to take care about it.
3) I didn't get food and coffee because it always was out (i.e. at lunch during the first/last session after/before visitors lunch break. Consider, exhibitors only can take lunch before or after visitors lunch break because during break you have too much visitors at the booths).
Anyway, the FrOSCon was great. We have had lots of visitors at the PostgreSQL booth and also my workshop was full. The same with Bernd's talk. For both my workshop and Bernd's talk we got lots of positive feedback.
At the PostgreSQL booth most visitors asked for migration from MySQL to PostgreSQL. Also often we got questions about HA/Cluster/Replication. Additionally there was a huge interest in Postgis.
Lots of visitor complained that tools like CMS tools just offer an interface to MySQL and not to PostgreSQL.
Additionally OpenOffice community asked for a native interface for OpenOffice to PostgreSQL.
As usual, lots of visitors just visited the booth to let us know how they like PostgreSQL and how less problems they have with it.
Thanks to the FrOSCon organisation who made this great event possible.
I think, when FrOSCon will grow further on, then I can see that it will be from international interest in 2010.