I only made it to the last two hours of the final day of Freecon, but it was a worthwhile two hours.
I came in just as they started a panel talk on over/under population in Sci-Fi. All the talk was either about over population stories or side tracks.
After that we heard from another man who was at the first Sci-Fi convention in 1953. He had some interesting stories about the Movies shown at the first two conventions. After another man from that early era share his memories of all the characters and personalities that made up the Australian Sci-Fi scene at that time.
The last thing was the announcement of the winners in the short story contest. I did not win. The voting was a point system where you had 120 points and could spread them how you pleased. Give all your points to one story or different amounts to different stories depending on how much you like them. Garry, the host of the Freecon, told me I was allowed to vote for myself. However, there were three, out of the twelve, I really liked, so I spread my points amongst them. I would be interesting to know if I'd put all my points on my story whether it would have won. I'll probably never know.