Regular Code Sprint?
In last week's downtown S.D. DUG, Andrew Root and I talked about the possibilities of starting a monthly working sprint for everyone to come together and do some meaningful stuff that the community needs which will also benefit us as a group. There was a show of hands numbering around 10 people of those who were interested, so let's get started!
Please click the 'Signup' button on this event so that we know how many are coming.
What should we do?
This first sprint will be 100% code-related (but anybody can attend and help, or learn!) and will entail a Drupal 7 upgrade to the http://drupal.org.project/cod project so that we can then use it to build our own SANDcamp 2012 website.
Where to be
The kindly folks at Kohwork'n have agreed to sponsor this event in their fabulous San Marcos location (http://kohworkn.com/coworking-gallery/)
375 South Rancho Santa Fe Rd
Suite 103 (downstairs, not up)
San Marcos CA 92078
What to bring
Bring your everlovin' mind, and a soul that's willing to get down and dirty for no profits. :) Oh, and a computer too, hopefully with a localhost development environment already installed and working. If you don't have the last item, we might be able to help you get that working, but no guarantees. We'll be working directly out of the Git repositories on drupal.org, so at least a passing familiarity with Git version control's checkouts and commits.
Also, bring a power strip, a bottle of water, and some light snacks if you'd like. There are several places to eat within walking distance, and even one that @sdboyer likes. ;)
What if I've never been to a Drupal code sprint before?
Here are the things you should know: