The Hungarian community is excited to announce Drupalaton, Drupalcamp Hungary 2013. This four day long international event will take place at lake Balaton, mixing Drupal sessions and relaxing on a beach like never before.
We are looking for sponsors and presenters to make this event even bigger than one could ever dream of. Registration info and ticket pricing is also coming soon.
To get the latest updates about all the above and our event in general, visit our website http://drupalaton.hu where you can also subscribe to our newsletter.Read more
Just one week from tomorrow is the 5th annual DrupalCamp Dallas, and it's going to be 5 MILLION times better than any Drupal event ever. Especially my session on the Hyperbole module. But just in case you are still on the fence, here are 13 reasons why you need to gently climb down off that fence without getting any splinters and get your ticket right now:Read more
Drupal 8 is the first development cycle introducing Drupal core initiatives, which are key focus areas for improving Drupal. Each core initiative is led by an individual or small team, and these initiative leads guide the efforts of other core contributors around their initiative. The initiatives are only a part of all Drupal 8 development, but most of the big Drupal 8 changes have been worked on by these initiative teams. (Read more about the core initiatives.)
Several of the initiative leads participated in a Drupal 8 question & answer session at DrupalCon Sydney and it went very well, so we want to repeat that experience by providing another opportunity to talk with the global Drupal community!
Goals of the session:
- Share the status, milestones, and next steps for each Drupal 8 initiative.
- Answer your questions: Want to know what’s going on, or how you can get involved? Now’s your chance to talk with us!
TL;DR: A proposal for changes to the scope of the ‘git vetted user’ permission on Drupal.org, and the related project packaging and release capabilities associated with it; changes which would affect not only Drupal’s “new project application” process, but all contrib module authors.Read more
Google summer of code 2013 is almost here. We are currently still waiting for Google to announce this year's organizations, but it is wise to start collecting project proposals now.
Do you have an idea for a great project which you'd like to share with the community and potential students? Are you interested in becoming a mentor? Do you want to participate as a student? We created a group where all this and even more can be done.
On the 19th and 20th of April, São Paulo is finally getting the Drupal love it deserves!
This event has been long in the works and is being regarded by many as the natural sucessor to the DrupalCon that never happened.Read more
Florida DrupalCamp is less than 1 month away, and the early-bird price of $20 is currently in effect! Register Today!
This is our fifth year, and this year's camp is going to be bigger and better than ever before - here's just a few things to look forward to:
1. Keynote: Ryan Szrama from Commerce Guys!
Ryan Szrama will be presenting this year's keynote session! If you have done anything remotely related to e-commerce and Drupal, you have used Ryan's code. Ryan is the VP of Community Development at Commerce Guys, Drupal Commerce Project Lead, and a contributing author to "The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7" book. For more info on Ryan, see http://fldrupalcamp.org/news/fldc-2013-pleased-welcome-ryan-szrama-keynote-speaker
2. Six session tracks including "Site Building", "Design, Theming, and Usability", "Sessions off the Drupal Island", and a dedicated beginner track!
Florida DrupalCamp will have 6 sessions tracks to meet everyone's needs. We've already had over 20 session submissions (including some really amazing ones!). Take a look at http://fldrupalcamp.org/program/sessions
3. Beautifully Designed, Limited Edition T-shirt!Read more
To all reviewers ... I'd like to send everyone a not-so-subtle reminder:
The mission of reviewing Full Project Applications is to ensure that new contributors have a basic understanding of the Drupal community's core values concerning contributing code to Drupal.org, AND to promote lasting, long-term contributing to the project.