From time to time, some of us that are not affiliated with WRI, are invited (by WRI) to give a small presentation here and there (colleges, institutes, etc.), on the way we use their products, or to present products that we might have developed based on their technology (typically, presentation done on our hometown, our close-by).
Depending on the topic we are presenting, sometimes, there might be 5 or 10 min left at the end of our presentation, that we can just leave for the next presenter, or that we could fill-in with something different.
Presenting the SE community feels like a good idea:
it is definitely inline with what the audience might want
WRI staff is not going to do it for us
Could there be a standard presentation notebook for these occasions?
(these are typically single track 4 to 5 presentations events, and not exactly WTC, or EWTC, etc.)
It would be interesting to extract data from the site, on-live: number of users, visits, posts, locations, etc. (the usual stuff), but, although WRI does typically have a connection available, its quality cannot always be trusted (eventually, a presentation notebook that we just run/update, before going to the talk...).
What do you think? Can this be prepared, and be kept updated, by this community?
By the way, anyone affiliated with WRI is more than welcomed to participate... (on my above text, I had no intention on ostracising you...)