I was thinking that it would be awesome to capture some of the unique history of DrupalCampNYC. This can be used on our DrupalCampNYC home page to really add some flavor to our event.
It will also be an exercise in "awesomeness" to really think back and remember all the cool things that have come our of the NY community.
So with that in mind post your memories of specific things that have come out of DrupalCampNYC events such as:
- Modules that were launched or first demoed at NYC
- Community contributions that came out of specific camps
- Funny anecdotes from specific camps
- Anything else
Please organize them under the appropriate camp link below (each heading links to original camp page)!:
DrupalCampNYC1, May 13/14, 2006 (76 Attendees)
Check out the Youtube video - how many names do you know?
DrupalCampNYC2, Jan 20/21, 2007 (99 Attendees)
Observer.com convinced to switch to Drupal after DrupalCampNYC2 (ref http://www.nyc-blogs.com/categories/drupalcampnyc3/)
DrupalCampNYC3, July 14/15, 2007 (137 Attendees)
THE TEA! - Holy smokes what were they putting in that INKO'S TEA!
Jacob Redding arranged great T-shirts & stickers! Even Dries got one!
Arthur Foelsche blows everyone away with his demos of the Media Mover module.
The coveted DrupalCampNYC T-Shirts make their debut.
DrupalCampNYC4, Mar 29/30, 2008 (130, note right after DrupalCon Boston)
The days got swapped! We didn't have the big room Saturday so the Intro Session ended up Sunday!
DrupalCampNYC5, Sep 13/14, 2008 (135 Attendees)
DrupalCampNYC6, Feb 28, 2009 (175 Attendees + Waitlist, note right before DrupalCon DC)
"RDF" on the way to DC (ref http://openspring.net/blog/2009/04/23/report-on-my-trip-to-the-us)
- Coverage in the New York Times!
Being right before DCDC we got a bit lower attendance, BUT we got some awesome presenters and attendees passing through on their way to DC from places afar.