This is just an interim post, the full blog is being written up by Kevin Williams and You Tube videos are being put together by Shaun Lewis. To wet your appetite, you can see the introduction presentation and agenda on SlideShare.
Update 27th January 2014 :-
A long overdue update.
The event was a big success! We had around 50 people attend from various organisations throughout Wales. The event was kindly sponsored by Exegesis (http://www.esdm.co.uk/) and Astun Technology (www.http://astuntechnology.com/) both of which gave excellent presentations.
Huge thanks to Shaun Lewis and his manager, Paul Funnell for hosting the event in such a professional manner. The venue and technology were second to none.
There’s been lots of feedback via email and phonecalls, together with a survey carried out by Shaun Lewis of Brecon Beacons National Park.
From all of the comments, the future is bright for QGIS in Wales. There is an ever-increasing interest and numbers of users, not just in QGIS but in the full SDI provided by QGIS, postgis, geoserver etc. I can see the group incorporating elements of the open source stack to give a more detailed advice, collaboration and guidance, but let’s walk before we can run!