We're finally getting all our after-conference activities completed. The most exciting thing is that we just got our conference media online. We have video and audio recordings of the Golden Gate Ruby Conference technical sessions! Pivotal Labs sponsored the recordings, and is hosting them at pivotallabs.com/gogaruco - you can watch them there or download the files to watch later, or get them from the iTunes podcasts.
We also are trying something new (for Ruby confs, at least). We have put together a 42 page PDF zine, the Golden Gate Ruby Wrap, in order to document the conference, the speakers, the sessions, and the attendees. There are a lot of photos of the event, speaker bios, talk write-ups, and even interviews with attendees. It's the official record of the conference (as official as we get, anyway), and it's free.
Just because people have been asking, I'll say that Matt Aimonetti's talk on CouchDB is not included in the talk videos. Matt didn't want to offend anyone else, so he asked the talk recording not be released. Please don't ask for a copy privately, as I can't help you out. However, there is a great write-up of Matt's talk in the Wrap.
I'd also encourage you to check out the gogaruco blog posts at Pivotal Labs - there are articles for every session at the conference. Sarah Allen also blogged many of the sessions at her site. Know of any other good posts about sessions? Let us know in the comments.
And if you want to see how things looked, there are a lot of good photos up on flickr.