Welcome to the Drupal Event Organization group. Here we share meetup, camp, regional conference, and international conference organization tips and tricks. The event calendar should be used to announce events, not this group. Feel free to share your tips about successful events and plans, find partners to organize meetups.
There are some lists of tips for event organization:
- Drupal Camp Organizing Guide v.2
- Drupal User Group Best Practices
- DrupalCon Organizers Guidelines
- Notes from DrupalCon Boston Event Organizer BOF
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!Read more
Last updated by Chris Charlton on Wed, 2010-06-02 01:15
This is the working wiki page for details and tips for using the DrupalCamp Distribution ("distro") spearheaded by the Los Angeles Drupal User Group (for DrupalCampLA 2009), and has been adopted by other regional groups (like San Diego; SANDcamp) for running their own camp sites without building a site from scratch each event or year.
IN PROGRESS - Download the camp site codebase (ZIP), and create a database. (really need more details here, please)
Ayer de forma inesperada comenzó a "caer"(llegar) una cantidad inusual de personas a la reunión. Llegamos a bordear los 40 asistentes!! y fue apenas el comienzo de la Invasión Drupal, en todo el sentido de la palabra!
Gratas sorpresasRead more
Registration is open for the first DrupalCamp ever in Spain. Yes, you are right, it will not be the first drupal meeting in Spain: we had a GREAT Drupalcon in Barcelona on 2007. However, this will be a Camp, the first DrupalCamp in Spain. It will be held in the same venue as the event in 2007, the Citilab, so some of you already know what this means: an excellent venue to have hundreds of drupalistas talk, work, sharing, hiring, eating, learning, etc. on Drupal.
We already had 430+ pre-registrations and REGISTRATION is now OPEN! (the venue can hold "only" 400 people, so....)
Don't miss it. There will be 4 session tracks. At least one of them in English. It might be two tracks in English if enough sessions are proposed. We will also have a job fair and already know that many web shops will be hiring. Don't miss it!
Check the schedule for the three days of camp: 26, 27 and 28 of February, 2010, in Barcelona, and then propose and/or vote your sessions.Read more
We run all levels of Drupal training. If you are interested please go to:
Online Instructor-led Drupal Training: http://www.nobleprog.com/drupal/training-courses
Drupal Training in the UK: http://www.nobleprog.co.uk/drupal/training
Further support and consultancy is also available: http://www.nobleprog.co.uk/drupal/consultancy
Or contact us directly
Phone: +44 207 558 8274Read more
Introducing Drupal to non programmers as well,
a) Intro to Drupal and community by Israel David ~15 mins
b) Singing Communities Site presentation, User point of view and administrator point of view - by Amir Simantov ~ 20mins
c) On Linux - Ubuntu, OpenOffice and Firefox by Sivan Green ~15 mins
d) Our experience with Drupal by Yoni and Michael from YAM-Designs ~20mins
e) Q&A's ...
This meetup - hopefully first in a series - is to give students, staff and interested Yerushalmim, an introduction to the Open source/ Drupal community and the means at their disposal.Read more
DrupalCamp Perú #2 se llevará a cabo éste 28 de Noviembre, de 9:30 a 16:30, en el Auditorio Ollantaytambo de la Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad Ricardo Palma, Lima - Perú.
Ingreso y Coffe Break Libre ¡ INSCRÍBETE YÁ !
- ¿Qué és Drupal? - Danny A. Montalvo
- Ya tengo una web ¿Cómo la convierto a Drupal? - Marco A. Villegas (@marvil07)
We are glad to announce the first Italian DrupalCamp!
This event aims at connecting Drupal enthusiasts and professionals (at any level), promoting knowledge exchange and the different ways of contributing to Drupal.Read more
DrupalCamp Ghent is open for Drupal users, developers and groupies from Belgium and elsewhere. (There is only room for 100 people so register asap.)
Almost all presentations will be in English so everyone is able to participate.Read more
The DrupalCon Germany IRC Q&A will take place October 13th at 20:00 CET (7 p.m. UK, 2 p.m. US Eastern) in Freenode #drupalcon channel.
Have a look at our proposal and proposal page (some good questions came in since we posted) here: http://groups.drupal.org/node/28210
We're looking forward to answering your questions!Read more
If you're interested in a London DrupalCon please join us on IRC #drupalcon for a two hour Q&A session starting 9 p.m. (GMT) on Friday 9th October.
Hats of to the Copenhagen team who did a similar Q&A session this week which you can read here:
We'll also post the log of our session here as a comment.
You can read the DrupalCon London proposal here:Read more
If youre interested in figuring out what it is we wanna do with drupalcon in copenhagen 2010 or 2011
Then we now invite to a official IRC meeting the next 2 wednesday in the #drupalcon IRC room.
The meetings will each be about 2 hours
- 7 october 20.00 - copenhagen time
- 14 october 20.00 - copenhagen time
The idea of this meetings is that we wanna answer anyone that have any questions about anything related to Drupalcon Copenhagen. We wanna talk about them out in the open and give you the answers straight up.Read more
Hi all, in case you don't know it already, there will be an international Drupalcamp in Vienna / Austria on Nov, 27th and 28th.Read more
Come on down, friendly locals having some drinks and talking about whatever comes up.
If you are just learning about drupal this is the place to get your feet wet and learn a few things.
Garrick's Head Pub
It's in the Bedford Regency, right in Bastion square.
See you there!Read more
Thanks to everyone who came out to Drupalcamp Atlanta! I've posted a recap, and included some key lessons learned for future Drupalcamp organizers here:
If you attended DCA (and not already completed), please provide feedback via this survey:
I'd like to propose Cambridge, UK, for a DrupalCon.
It's a university town with over a thousand years of geek credibility, has great transport links, and is big enough to accommodate a DrupalCon, but small enough to make it feel like Drupal Town once we're all there - I really liked that aspect of Szged. Also it's an interesting place that overseas Drupal people will want to visit, and close enough to London to easily make day trips to the capital.
I think the UK Drupal community can put together something for 2011, but I think we'll do a much better job if we aim for 2012 instead.Read more