Going to BAD Camp this week? Let's hear from you.
BAD Camp is the largest free Drupal event in the world, with signups of over 1500 last year. This year looks to be even bigger, as every hotel in Berkeley is apparently now sold out.
If you're heading out to BAD Camp, leave a comment indicating what you're looking forward to there. If you're not going to make it this year we still want to hear from you.
Official BAD Camp site is at http://2013.badcamp.net/.Read more
I've created this page to help the Drupalcamp 10 NYC organizers centralize the links to the pertinent planning documents that we are creating. For this particular camp, we have standardized our documentation tools on Google Docs. That is not necessarily what we'll be using in future camps, but this is what we're using now to keep it simple.Read more
Hello NYC! Greetings.
On March 25th I will be in your lovely city for about a week and I would love to meet some of you, or to visit with any local Drupal agencies in the city. Currently I live in Portland OR and my clients are National and Global.Read more
Now that DrupalCampNYC 8 is over, we're asking for your feedback to help us make the next DrupalCampNYC the best one ever!
Please take a few moments to fill out our brief survey and let us know what you liked as well as what could have been better.
The camp is only as good as the feedback and suggestions we get and the work of volunteers who help make the event happen -- We're so grateful for your feedback, and look forward to seeing it.
Thanks again to fellow organizers and participants for a great DrupalCamp!Read more
We need volunteers to help out with the camp! There are going to be 345 people, 345 t-shirts, pizza, and over 50 amazing sessions, BoFs and sprints.
If you can help out please edit this wiki page (you'll need to be signed in) and add your name next to a task. Only people that have registered for the camp are able to volunteer; unfortunately the 345 person cap that we have from the venue must include volunteers.
Make sure that we can reach you through your Groups.Drupal.org user profile - Hally will be coordinating volunteers and will need to contact you. In the meantime, you can email her with any questions you may have to hally (at) workhabit (dot) comRead more
I'm gluten-sensitive myself, so I won't be able to partake in pizza or bagels. Is anyone else gluten-free or interested in a gluten-free option?
We could order a rotisserie chicken ($9-$12 for a whole chicken), salads, or some Asian food perhaps.Read more
Have a general question about DrupalCampNYC8? Ask it as a comment here.Read more
Have information for attendees about where to park (for drivers), or how to get to DrupalCampNYC8 using various public transport? Post it here as a comment.Read more
Have a spare bed to offer? Want to ask if anyone has space? This thread is for couch surf opportunities.Read more