But weirdly for me, if you were looking for the heart of the event. If
you were looking for the absolutely best time that made it all
worthwhile for me, it was overnight. It was the period between nine and
two am where everyone was doing precisely what they wanted to do. Where
the lighting was atmospheric, where the coding was focused and everyone
seemed to flow, where the room was gently buzzing with key-strokes. And
the experience of all of those people turning around to the stage and
running like kids to watch Doctor Who on a huge screen with a hundred
of their peers and friends for one of the most extraordinary
cliff-hanging episodes of the series was just amazing. It was more like
being at home than being at home is.

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