Have a lot to say about iPhoneDevCamp, but I'm gonna start with a friendly poke at fantastic Adobe employee Dominic Sagolla who had the forsight to convince his company to allow iPhoneDevCamp to happen at their San Francisco facility.
I love this story. For those of you just joining in to iPhone frenzy, Adobe Flash isn't supported on the iPhone, but its not Adobe's fault. Abode's position is that their relationship with Apple continues to be strong AND that they would like to see Flash running on every mobile device. In the meantime, Adobe supports all the native file formats shipping on iPhone.
Raven Zachary, Whurley and some of their friends decided it would be cool to have a BarCamp for the iPhone...but they needed a place to have it. Enter Dom. He managed to convince Abode to donate the satellite facility (that used to be Macromedia world headquarters before the acquisition). But, above and beyond the call of duty, Adobe legal actually thought through the situation, and offered to waive their standard site NDA for the duration of the conference. And everyone associated with Adobe has been absolutely swell, from the janitorial folks to the security folks...Adobe even donated a few Timbuktu bags as giveaways. 300 people showed up today to iPhoneDevCamp, and they all came away with a great impression of Adobe.
So Dom helped Adobe do a great thing, just by asking if they would allow it. Way to go, Dom!