Q.1
How would you rate your WordCamp Minneapolis 2014 experience overall?

Q.2
What was the best part of WordCamp Minneapolis 2014?

Q.3
Please rate the Saturday speakers below for the quality of their presenting ability.

Was the speaker easy to understand? Entertaining? Engaging?

Amazing Good Adequate Terrible Didn't see this session/speaker
9:00 am: Alison Barrett - Avoid Breaking All the Things: How to Develop Safely
9:00 am: Suzette Franck - Let’s Get SASSy!
9:00 am: Joe Dolson - Presenting Accessible Video in WordPress
9:00 am: Beth Backen - How (and why) to Create a Child Theme
10:00 am: Travis Totz - Designing for Interaction
10:00 am: Brennen Byrne - Passwords: The Weakest Link in WordPress Security
10:00 am: John Havlik - 1 Million Downloads – Lessons Learned Growing a Plugin
10:00 am: Helena Denley - Making Your Website Business Friendly
11:00 am: Josh Broton - You Don’t Need jQuery
11:00 am: Nick Ciske - Plugin Monetization Options
11:00 am: Josh Leuze - Don’t let your site jump the shark
11:00 am: Carolyn Sonnek - We Can’t Read Your Mind: How to find help for your WordPress problems
1:00 pm: John James Jacoby - WPRBACOMGBBQ
1:00 pm: Dan Beil - Client First Development
1:00 pm: John Heimkes & Thomas McMahon - So, you want to build a theme?
1:00 pm: Julie Kosbab - Site Analytics in WordPress: Building for Success
2:00 pm: Reid Peifer - So Long Fixed Templates and Thanks for all the Fish: Modular Content with WordPress
2:00 pm: Matthew Meyer - Creating Color Palette Options within a Theme using Sass
2:00 pm: Tony Perez - WordPress Security – It’s all About the Basics
2:00 pm: Scott Offord - Creating and Promoting Compelling Content Through Blogging
3:00 pm: Michelle Schulp - Design Is In The Details: How Decisions Shape Communication
3:00 pm: Alec Rippberger - Picture this: WordPress images for responsive and high-density designs
3:00 pm: Kyle Unzicker - Back To Square One: Building A WordPress Starter Development Kit
3:00 pm: Jesse Pollak - Crypto 101: Demystifying the Cryptography Behind WordPress
4:00 pm: Nick Pelton - WP-to-JS and back again
4:00 pm: James Barrett - IA Essentials: How to prioritize, design, and present your clients content
4:00 pm: amie Schmid - Structuring Content in WordPress
4:00 pm: Julie Kuehl - All the Software that isn’t WordPress

Q.4
Please rate the Saturday speakers below for the quality of their session's content.
Amazing Good Adequate Terrible Didn't see this session/speaker
9:00 am: Alison Barrett - Avoid Breaking All the Things: How to Develop Safely
9:00 am: Suzette Franck - Let’s Get SASSy!
9:00 am: Joe Dolson - Presenting Accessible Video in WordPress
9:00 am: Beth Backen - How (and why) to Create a Child Theme
10:00 am: Travis Totz - Designing for Interaction
10:00 am: Brennen Byrne - Passwords: The Weakest Link in WordPress Security
10:00 am: John Havlik - 1 Million Downloads – Lessons Learned Growing a Plugin
10:00 am: Helena Denley - Making Your Website Business Friendly
11:00 am: Josh Broton - You Don’t Need jQuery
11:00 am: Nick Ciske - Plugin Monetization Options
11:00 am: Josh Leuze - Don’t let your site jump the shark
11:00 am: Carolyn Sonnek - We Can’t Read Your Mind: How to find help for your WordPress problems
1:00 pm: John James Jacoby - WPRBACOMGBBQ
1:00 pm: Dan Beil - Client First Development
1:00 pm: John Heimkes & Thomas McMahon - So, you want to build a theme?
1:00 pm: Julie Kosbab - Site Analytics in WordPress: Building for Success
2:00 pm: Reid Peifer - So Long Fixed Templates and Thanks for all the Fish: Modular Content with WordPress
2:00 pm: Matthew Meyer - Creating Color Palette Options within a Theme using Sass
2:00 pm: Tony Perez - WordPress Security – It’s all About the Basics
2:00 pm: Scott Offord - Creating and Promoting Compelling Content Through Blogging
3:00 pm: Michelle Schulp - Design Is In The Details: How Decisions Shape Communication
3:00 pm: Alec Rippberger - Picture this: WordPress images for responsive and high-density designs
3:00 pm: Kyle Unzicker - Back To Square One: Building A WordPress Starter Development Kit
3:00 pm: Jesse Pollak - Crypto 101: Demystifying the Cryptography Behind WordPress
4:00 pm: Nick Pelton - WP-to-JS and back again
4:00 pm: James Barrett - IA Essentials: How to prioritize, design, and present your clients content
4:00 pm: amie Schmid - Structuring Content in WordPress
4:00 pm: Julie Kuehl - All the Software that isn’t WordPress

Q.5
Please rate the Sunday Business Summit speakers below for the quality of their presenting ability.

Was the speaker easy to understand? Entertaining? Engaging?

Amazing Good Adequate Terrible Didn't see this session/speaker
12:00 Noon: Panel: Tony Perez, Reid Peifer, Marc Benzakein, Carl Hancock, Ben Fox, Kiko Doran - Commercial WordPress Products
1:00 pm: Patrick Rauland - How to Build a Sustainable Business Using the Freemium Model
2:00 pm: Heather Acton - Stop Giving S** Away for Free and Start Feeding Your Family!
3:00 pm: Dave West - Where’s my Maserati?
4:00 pm: Lindsey Guajardo - Remote Project Management

Q.6
Please rate the Sunday Business Summit speakers below for the quality of their session's content.
Amazing Good Adequate Terrible Didn't see this session/speaker
12:00 Noon: Panel: Tony Perez, Reid Peifer, Marc Benzakein, Carl Hancock, Ben Fox, Kiko Doran - Commercial WordPress Products
1:00 pm: Patrick Rauland - How to Build a Sustainable Business Using the Freemium Model
2:00 pm: Heather Acton - Stop Giving S** Away for Free and Start Feeding Your Family!
3:00 pm: Dave West - Where’s my Maserati?
4:00 pm: Lindsey Guajardo - Remote Project Management

Q.7
If there was a particularly good speaker or session, please tell us about it.

Q.8
If there was a particularly poor speaker or session, please tell us about it.

Q.9
How satisfied were you with the organizers of the WordCamp Minneapolis?

Q.10
How did you like the Saturday lunch?

Q.11
How did you like the Sunday brunch and lightning talks?

Q.12
How would you rate the venue and session rooms?

Q.13
How would you rate the Saturday after party at WerkPress?

Q.14
How did you like the swag?

... pint glass, t-shirt, stickers, skateboard deck for speaker gifts.

Q.15
What else should we know, and what would you like to see for WordCamp Minneapolis 2015?