Thursday, April 2, 2015

Geneabloggers at Congress - Reflections

The dust has settled and Congress attendees have mostly made their ways home. I got home yesterday but, as the internet was down due to our renovations here I have not been able to blog. Mr GeniAus has just moved our modem back into the kitchen and reconnected us so I am taking a break from packing the cupboards to start a new compilation of posts. This list is comprised of posts our geneabloggers have written since Congress. I expect that this new list will grow as the geneabloggers recover from the whirlwind that was Congress.

You can see the pre Congress posts here and the posts from Congress here.  As the GeniAus blog is one that has been selected for permanent preservation in The National Library of Australia's Pandora Archive, the conversation around Congress 2015 should be accessible for quite some time.

And here are the latest posts.  Please let me know if I have omitted any.

Campaspe Genealogy - Victoria
Congress Post 1
Congress Post 4
Congress Post 6

Diary of an Australian Genealogist - Shauna
2/4/2015  AFFHO Congress wrap up - Genealogy Notes 28 Mar - 3 Apr 2015
9/4/2015  Blogs, Awards and Progress - Genealogy Notes 4-10 April 2015

Family History Across the Seas _ Pauleen
8/4/2015  Congress 2015: Panel Session re Societies

Family History at the Library - SLNSW

Family Stories Photographs and Memories - Diane
31/3/2015 Meetings Across Time - Australian War Memorial - A fitting start to Congress 2015

Geneadictionary - Jill
2/4/2015  Congressitis

The Genealogy Bug - Sherie
6/4/2015  #AFFHO Congress 2015 - Part 1
8/4/2015  #AFFHO Congress 2015 - Part 2
9/4/2015  #AFFHO Congress 2015 - Part 3
12/4/2015  #AFFHO Congress 2015 - Part 4
#AFFHO Congress 2015 - Part 5

GeniAus - Jill
4/4/2015  Congress - Temptation
10/4/2015  Congress - So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, good night

GeniAus Hangouts on Air- Jill and Friends
16/4/2015  What a swell Party it was

Gould Genealogy and HIstory News - Alona
15/4/2015  Congress 2015: Some New Faces

In the Footsteps of My Ancestors - Tanya
16/4/2015  Days 3 and 4 of Congress 2015

Janelle's Family Tree Addiction - Janelle
4/4/2015  What a week I've had!

Jennyalogy - Jenny
5/4/2015  AFFHO Day 2 Keynotes
7/4/2015 AFFHO Keynotes Days 3 and 4

Library Currants - Carmel
Lilian's Tree - Lilian

Lonetester HQ - Alona
16/6/2015  Congress 2015: Catch Ups, Meet Ups, Great Talks and Sore Feet  

mccollierheritage - Lynda

SHHE Genie Rambles - Shauna
AFFHO Congress 2015 Days One and Two Report
AFFHO Congress 2015 Days Three and Four Report
AFFHO Congress 2015 Social Events & Sponsors/Exhibitors Report

State Records of South Australia - Kelly and Tamara
You can't just Trove it

Tapping Your Roots at GSQ
31/3/2015  Guest post - Pauleen Cass - perspectives on Congress 2015
20/4/2015  Leaving home to do it?

Test Patterns - Robbie
3/4/2015  AFFHO Congress 2015…. still!

Tropical Territory & Travel - Pauleen
Friday Flowers in the Nation’s Capital, Canberra

Twigs of Yore - Shelley
20/4/2015  Plugging away at a plugin

Worldwide Genealogy Blog - Posts by Jill and Pauleen
3/4/2015  Better Late than Never
21/4/2015  To conference or not to conference

Yarra Plenty Genealogy - Liz
16/4/2015  Congress 2015 - Librarians Day


Alex Daw said...

Hoorah! You prompted me to write up my second day. Thanks Jill.

GeniAus said...

And now it's on the list - thanks Alex.

Alex Daw said...

Thanks Jill!

Anonymous said...

Jill, Gosh I have not had time to write up my Congress followup posts. Came home to visitors already here and more coming tomorrow. Thanks for being so inclusive at the conference. Fran

Cassmob (Pauleen) said...

Thanks Jill for providing us with this summary. Bloggers did well to write so much during Congress and so soon after.

Campaspe Library said...

Thanks for everything Jill - the Congress was a blast, the family survived my absence, and in my third day back at work I have actually cleared my 'Attention Victoria' box right to the bottom! Thanks so much for the summary - it is great to see what other bloggers have written.

GeniAus said...

Thanks everyone for your posts. As Victoria intimated they have added an extra dimension to our Congress experience.

Jana Iverson Last said...


I want to let you know that your blog post is listed in today's Fab Finds post at

Have a wonderful weekend!

Judy Webster said...

And now we start looking ahead to Congress 2018 in Sydney and Congress 2021 in Brisbane. I hope everyone remembered to do the quick survey to help organisers of Congress 2018:


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