Tathva was magnificent. I was busy with the organizing work (Hospitality/Registration), ( and I couldn’t attend the video conferencing lectures by Jimmy Wales and Aaron Schwartz) so I could keep Phoenix in the stall only on the first day. I had thought of training a couple of juniors to explain the stuff, but by the time I got it up and running, it was too late, so I had to do it myself. A lot of school children came to see the stall. They were all excited to see the pendulum experiment being done on the PC. There were science teachers too, and I told them about the plans for implementation of Phoenix at the school level, and the workshop we’ve conducted. It was a good experience, but I could’ve done a lot better, if I didn’t have to sneak out of registration work to come to the stall!