I'm actually really excited by how popular some of the literature panels are. Eight of the panels already have more than 10 people interested (some are up to 15), and many more have 7-9. Will be making lots of tough decisions!
Also, panelists, do note in your availability if there's anything you don't want to be scheduled against. s00j's concert? My reading? Yeah, Hugh, I'm lookin' at you. :)
EDIT: As the cutoff time gets closer, I may highlight a few of the panels that aren't getting enough signups to run. I may not; depends how many programming hours I get to fill. If I have as many slots as I have panels with 7+ panelists interested, no point in nudging panels with 1-2 panelists interested. I really do have to run stuff with the most general interest, not just stuff I think is shiny. Fortunately, panels like "Trauma as Character Development" and "Fantasy and Horror in Shakespeare" have tons of interest and will definitely run! But if you see something you really want, can't hurt to nudge your fellow prospective panelists to sign up for it.