The 2012 FOI Summit in Madison is now a part of FOI Summit history.
In the coming days, we will be posting video captured during the conference from Saturday's luncheons and various panels, so please keep on the lookout for those.
Obviously, any endeavor of this nature takes a lot of work and a lot of cooperation, and we could not do it ourselves.
In recognition of that, the National Freedom of Information Coalition would like to thank:
Furthermore, we wish to thank all participants who agreed to be interviewed by Brad Racino, web content developer for NFOIC, for inclusion into the ongoing series of #OpenGovVideos, as we continue to stock that library of open government and FOIA conversations.
Also, a hearty thanks to the Reynolds Journalism Institute's Travis McMillen, who live-streamed Saturday's luncheon and recorded the YouTubed videos we've posted.
Finally, of course, we are grateful to all conference attendees for their support. Without them, we'd just be talking to ourselves.
Thanks for visiting, and we hope to see you next year.