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DrupalSouth call for sessions closes on SUNDAY

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Update: We're incredibly excited to announce that Angela "webchick" Byron will be keynoting DrupalSouth!

Tix on sale now:

The call for sessions for DrupalSouth is open closed!

So get those sessions in, and help spread the word. If you’ve already submitted a session, thank you!!!

If you haven’t submitted a session, hop to it! Don’t miss the deadline because you couldn’t think of the perfect title pun, or you didn’t get a chance to give your description that final polish, or you’re worried that your speaking skills aren’t TED talk standard. Have you got something to share that’s of value to the Drupal community, and/or the wider digital community? Then we want to hear from you!

And finally, please do help us get the word out. We won’t be extending the deadline, so if you know someone who really should be speaking at DrupalSouth, please do everything you can to persuade them to submit their session idea NOW!

Submit your session at

Oh... what's DrupalSouth?

It's THE Drupal event for our part of the world, happening in Melbourne 5-7 March 2015 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Accepted speakers get a free ticket, and if you've already bought a ticket and your talk is accepted, we'll refund your ticket, or let you transfer it to someone else!

Any questions, ideas, thoughts, jokes, patches, suggestions, etc... lemme know!

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If your website does not meet the following criteria, it will be removed;

  • The website must not be down.
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