Well, EclipseCon is finally over. First, I'd like to thank everyone for the great job they did. I was told they put extra effort into making interesting sessions, and it showed.
Good 'ol Ian Skerrett, my favorite marketing guy, arranged for attendees to use their Twitter accounts to talk about the conference by including the #eclipsecon tag in their tweets.
I spent a couple of hours this evening calculating the number of times a user used the #eclipsecon tag. (Thanks to the Twitter Search API and Perl.) You can view the full per-person counts here, or read below for the top 20, along with a full distribution of tweets per person:
I was just below this list at #21, with 31 tweets. (Actually, just 30, but I'm going to tweet about this too, so I fudged.)
See ya next year.
Update: I should have commented on the word cloud. I find it super interesting. I only removed four or five phrases (the ones that come to mind are eclipsecon, http, tinyurl and com) and if you look past some of the common English words (demo, day, thanks, rt -- should have removed 'rt') there are those technologies and phrases that seemed to get the most traction: rcp, e4, amazon, p2, cocoa, glassfish, equinox, and my favorite: @ianskerrett.