I had 3 main tasks when I came to GUADEC.
1. The USB keys
Mandriva provided us with 500 USB keys with a live distro, the usually-printed booklet, and loads of data provided by the sponsors (I quite liked that AMD chose to have compilers on there). If you didn't attend GUADEC, the booklet and data are available in the SVN repo. Shame they only arrived on Tuesday.
2. The football game
Apart from loads of bruises (and a huge nosebleed for me, thanks Glynn for ducking) and a map reading snafu to get there, it was great. For posterity, if you were there, please add the scores from your team and amend the teams if you got moved to another team. (My team finished second again, just one goal in it...). I should add that 3 hours of football is a bit too much.
3. Bluetooth and GNOME talk
Here's my slide, and the intro sound.
It was great not having any slides, but the video should be available very soon. As promised, here's a link to the use cases we have for Fedora.
More GUADEC-y stuff soon.