We had a really warm welcome, both from the staff and from all the people coming to our booth. We discussed about our mission with the many persons who stopped asking questions and looking at the demos we brought and we got largely positive feedback. Our mission is positively understood and embraced by who cares about the future of the Web.
The most common arguments we got questions about were Boot2Gecko, the new Web APIs, Web Apps, the Marketplace and DevTools. We had some live demos about all of them, to actually show this is not just "future", but something they can start using soon. Everyone is really excited about the incoming products and features, so the most common question we got was "When will I be able to use it?" :)
Apart from the booth, that took most of the time, we were able to see a couple great talks (among which the Douglas Crockford keynote on programming style), get in touch with with persons looking forward to have Mozilla at future italian events, share arguments with other companies putting large efforts in HTML5 apps, frameworks and markets.