In preparation for the Making Drupal Meetups and Events Rock presentation at DrupalCon Portland, we (the presentation panel members) have put together a super-short six question survey for Drupal event and meetup organizers.
Please take 2 minutes (probably less!) to complete our survey so that we can help make Drupal events and meetups around the world rock even more: http://goo.gl/haF3O
Thanks in advance,
If you're participating in a local Drupal user group- give them this 5 minute presentation to tell them about DrupalLadder.org and how we're going to reach 1% contribution level. That's 1% of total active drupal.org user contributing to the project.
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This event has passed. See http://groups.drupal.org/node/275138 for the next job fair on January 28, 2012.
Do you represent a company or organization that's looking for Drupal talent? Are you a freelancer or service provider who's looking for Drupal work?
Come and make new friends and turn new connections into long-term relationships at the next Downtown Drupal job fair on November 15, 2011. This event is being hosted by Droplabs, a Drupal event and coworking space in Downtown Los Angeles, the venue of the successful Downtown Drupal job fair in June, 2011.
Light food and drinks are being provided by Chimney Coffee House, our favorite neighborhood cafe, bakery, sandwich and dessert boutique. Chimney is also the location of the local branch of Stanford's machine learning class.
Droplabs is also hosting the popular Downtown LA Drupal meetup the same evening at 7:30pm. If you're looking for Drupal talent and are interested in reaching as many up-and-coming Drupal developers, designers, themers and architects as possible, this month's meetup at Droplabs is a great place to be.
If you are looking for Drupal work, you are welcome to sign up by clicking the Sign up button below. This is optional but it will confirm you to attend and there is nothing else to do other than arriving at the event at 4pm. An automatic email reminder will be sent to you 1 day before the event.
If you're an employer or a representative of a company or organization, contact us at email@example.com or http://droplabs.net/contact and we'll follow up with you about sponsorship opportunities.Read more
Conference Organizing Distribution (COD) code sprint on October 8 & 9, 2011 in Downtown Los Angeles #CODD7
Join members of the Los Angeles Drupal user group in the Drupal community's second code sprint for updating COD (Conference Organizing Distribution) to Drupal 7. This is a joint event produced by LA Drupal's Pro Drupal 7 Development book study group and Droplabs, a Drupal coworking / hackerspace in Downtown Los Angeles.
Join us in person or online!
During the code sprint, we'll be gathered in the #drupal-cod IRC channel and all are welcome to join us. The event organizers and attendees will also be checking Twitter for feedback and questions that mention @UseCOD or use the #CODD7 hashtag.
About COD, the Conference Organizing Distribution
COD is used for building conference and event websites. It's built on Drupal, the highly-regarded open-source web framework and content management system, and each component is independent of each other. This means you can disable the features you don't need, whether it's selling tickets or listing sponsors or allowing session voting.
Just like Drupal, COD is free and can be used by anyone. There is a very long list of sites that use COD, from the DrupalCon Chicago and DrupalCon London conferences to RIACon, Brisbane Innovation Camp, the Meego Conference, the Bay Area Drupal Camp, and our own Drupal Design Camp LA.
Here are just some of the great features in COD:
- Session submission, voting and moderation
- Session schedule grid
- Personalized attendee schedules
- Easy event registration and attendee management
- Community features (forums, friending, etc.)
- Easy sponsors management
We're already using COD on Drupal 6 for the Drupal Design Camp LA 2011 website and we plan to use COD on Drupal 7 for Drupal Design Camp LA 2012. COD is not yet ready for this but we're not afraid of rolling up our sleeves and getting our hands dirty.
Help us improve COD and you'll also be helping numerous Drupal contrib projects, including Location, Signup and Commerce, as well as other organizations and conferences, such as DrupalCon, SCALE 10x and DrupalCamps around the world including our own Drupal Design Camp LA.
- Find a venue (done! we're meeting at Droplabs)
- Gather interest and sponsorships
- Set up a hosting environment for group collaboration
- Add contributors to our version control system
- Download COD, set up the team with tools, including Quickstart
- Get up to speed on work that has already been done:
- Debate Commerce vs. Ubercart 3 (just kidding: the COD roadmap lists Commerce)
- Code! Code! Code!
- Update the COD issue queue with current progress
- Write a summary for Planet Drupal to thank our sponsors and contributors, aid any future CODD7 sprints, etc.
Pre-sprint discussion and planning
We've already begun discussing and planning several parts of the code sprint during the first 15 minutes of each Pro Drupal 7 Development book study group meeting. To join the conversation, click the Signup button below, post a comment below, contact any of the event organizers at the top of this page or just drop by the Pro Drupal 7 Development study group some Monday night.
The attendance of the book study group is already capped for this book group cycle but you're more than welcome to drop by, talk with us and work on your projects at Droplabs alongside other Drupaleros.Read more
In Singapore, the monthly Drupal Meetup is held every 3rd Tuesday of the month. The Drupal Meetup is a good venue to connect with other Drupal enthusiasts or learn more if you're new to Drupal or Web Content Management. Please also stop by if you are travelling and you're visiting Singapore on Oct 19th.
7pm. Intro to Drupal. Bringing newcomers up to speed
7.30pm. Members introduce themselves + dinner
8pm. Topic of the day: Images - getting them into your text in the right size and shape
A public development version of drupalnigeria.org has been hosted on google code. Please checkout the latest build and get involved by collaborating with other "Drupal Champions" on the block. Use this group to submit your working copy. Project committers will definitely see your work and then commit changes to the dev site for testing. Moreso, once we see how prominent your contribution is, we will give you access to the repository.
Please stay updated to this group for more developments.
Este sábado 3 de Julio, no te pierdas nuestra Invasión Drupal!!! Con temas y talleres muy interesantes sobre construcción de sitios web con Drupal.
Aquí los detalles:
Oficina Beeznest Latino (ex. Dokeos Latinoamérica) - Pasaje Los Pinos 190, Of.901 - Miraflores (referencia: esquina Av. Benavides con Av. Larco)
UPDATE: El meetup se realizará en el Starbucks de Plaza Cordilleras ubicado en Av. Cordilleras (Clouthier) esquina con Av. Patria
Hola a todos!
Esta es una invitación abierta al cuarto Drupal Meetup aquí en Guadalajara.
Será el jueves 04 de Febrero a las 7.00 PM en el Starbucks de Plaza Cordilleras ubicado en Av. Cordilleras (Clouthier) esquina con Av. Patria
Ahí los esperamos!
Drupalcamp Victoria 2009 is only a few weeks away, lets get together and talk about what will happen and what you might like to see.
Drupalcamp Victoria Website
It's starting on Friday the 11th of September 2009 and finishing on the 12th. We time it so that people who are interested can also attend the Beerfest event on the Friday afternoon.
Lets meet up to discuss all this and more:
Tuesday, August 25th 2009 at 7PM PST
Garrick's Head Pub
It's in the Bedford Regency, right in Bastion square.
Last updated by mike stewart on Sat, 2011-03-19 21:53
We're trying to compile a kind of master list of how one might organize a DUG, and we need your help. What works well for DUG meetings? Share your thoughts.
Survey of attendees
- Who are you?
- What is your involvement with Drupal?
- What do you have a question about?
- What tip or insight would you like to share?
- What level of experience would you say you have? (new, not quite intermediate, intermediate, not quite advanced, advanced)
- What Drupal role(s) best describe you? (site-builder, themer, module dev., core dev.)
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