Dexion X-Mas Conference 1990 was held at Højstrupskolen in Odense, Denmark by Dexion and the Odense Computer Klub for the Amiga and c64 scene. 600 people attended in total (though Dexion's Competition Pack claims 800), including several visitors from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Germany and England. The party was divided into two areas; the amiga people, which were the majority, and the c64 users, which were given their own, smaller area. Since Coca Cola sponsored the party, they were very strict about any Coke obtained from anywhere but their kiosk, where the prices were less than reasonable.
The system for the competitions were as follows: The arrangers picked out the 5 best tunes, the 10 best pictures and the 10 best demos, which were then shown. Then, ONE person from each group were to hand in that groups' votes; one group - one vote. This system caused some irritation. The first price in the Amiga demo competition was US $1000, on the c64 it was US $500. Music had to be delivered in exeutable format.
Since no official results file to our knowledge exists, our results are pieced together from several sources; Dexion's own Competition Pack, Static Bytes X-Mas Party Pack, c64 results based on Dexion_Party_Results.txt from ftp.scs-trc.net.