Kazimierz is an old Jewish department of Krakow. You can read more about it here. For us important is the atmosphere there which is in favor for such events.
Since we wanted to celebrate the Galileo release, we didn't fill the whole time with talks and demos.
More than a half of the time was just chatting with beer and pizza in hands. This way we managed to answer more questions and meet more people personally than we could do otherwise.
People came despite the rain. I understand that this could be hard to wake up early on Saturday when it rains. However Eclipse people are tough guys and girls, so rooms at the club were full.
Moreover we found a new application for laptops. Yet another proof that ThinkPads rules :)
The agenda and the list of attendees can be found here.
Don't forget that the next DemoCamp is in November and you are all welcome. Cheers!