Venue: $261.10 (1 day)
Breakfast: $352.50 (~$2/person for coffee, bagels & cream cheese)
Lunch: $660 (~$4/person for pizza)
Delivery tips: $200
Signage, post-its, etc: $0
Green Map: $100
Drupal Staffing: $300
Gravitek Labs: $500
Growing Venture Solutions: $100
Twelve Grove, Inc: $100
Rackspace also offered to sponsor, but for various reasons we couldn't take them up on this.
Just had this information come in from the documentation mailing list. I think it would probably be very apropos for anyone who attended the intro track.
blockquote>Yesterday, I created a screencast which is a beginners guide to installing Drupal at the command line, I noticed 4 different kinds of "users" or "user accounts" that needed mentioning: the computer user, the database user, Drupal's user/1 and all other Drupal users.
So I wrote a handbook page background piece, aimed at beginners, to distinguish clearly between these different "users."Read more
Just a quick couple of follow ups.
- The very detailed class notes are in the download that everyone in the session had in the resources folder as "classnotes.txt". For those who did not attend my session the classnotes are attached here in plain text format. They will work nicely up until I start working with images and telling you to apply demo snapshots unless you have all my downloaded files.
- Other files (images, resources, theme files, etc.). Unfortunately I can't easily post all that up to g.d.o. due to restrictions here.
Thanks again to all the sponsors and all the people who made today's Drupalcamp such a success. I think Eric's metaphor of the box of kittens was spot on. Today we gave that box of kittens a big dose of catnip, so let's keep the energy going through the coming months with the meetups and Drupal beers. Now is also the time to start planning the next camp for the spring, we would love you help to make it even better. We will be sending around a survey soon to get your feedback on today, but feel free to leave comments here too.
Only one thing was left at the camp: a pair of iPhone headphones were at the back of the main room. Leave a message here or contact me to claim them.Read more
Setting Drush up
What you will need to make Drush work
For starters, you will want to make sure you have a local Apache MySQL (or Postgres) and PHP stack installed.
You will need to make sure that you have the PHP command line interface (php-cli) installed. You can check this by querying for the php version:
0 nat@pigtown:~$ php -v
PHP 5.2.6-1+lenny4 with Suhosin-Patch 0.9.6.2 (cli) (built: Nov 22 2009 01:50:58)
Copyright (c) 1997-2008 The PHP Group
Zend Engine v2.2.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2008 Zend Technologies
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Officially making the event for this.... http://groups.drupal.org/node/37340
Post Drupalcamp NYC 7 drinks and festivities at Floyd people will likely begin arriving at 5:15pm in drips and drabs strolling in from the Camp.Read more
Follow the below instructions to make sure you are ready for this session BEFORE you come to DrupalCampNYC 7!Read more
For those with gwave accounts I created a Googlewave for DrupalCampNYC 7
I only c & p'ed general info, location and pre camp drinks. It's open to the public so any one can post or edit. Might be a good place for threaded discussions of schedule , classes , etc. With the caveat of course not everyone at the camp may have a gwave account.