Camp is Full!
We are planning an Intro Camp - a one day training in Drupal site building - for Saturday, January 15. Although we are full, wait list requests will will be taken until Thursday, Jan. 13 at 6:00 a.m.Read more
Find and Share Rides to Drupal Camp Western Mass: http://www.ridebuzz.org/drupalcampma
Drupal Camp Western Mass has partnered with Ridebuzz to help people share rides to the event as part of an effort to reduce emissions and costs by traveling together. Please post your rides offered or needed. Ridesharing is a fun way to connect with others in the Drupal community. It's shaping up to be a fun and well attended event in the beautiful, hip & happening Pioneer Valley. Look forward to seeing you there!Read more
The Western Massachusetts Drupal User Group is organizing the first ever DrupalCamp out here in beautiful and happening Pioneer Valley on Jan 22nd, 2011. The Pioneer valley is home to 5 renowned colleges (Smith, Hampshire, UMass Amherst, Mt. Holyoke, Amherst College) as well as dozens of bars, clubs, cafes, galleries, hikes, boutiques and other things humans like.Read more
We are pulling together resources to offer an Intro to Drupal training camp on January 15. Please add a response to this discussion if you are willing to help on the day with sign-ins, hauling food and other logistics...
We are gathering resources to host an Introductory Camp before our next DrupalCamp and a critical resource is teachers as well as lab assistants. We need to know who is able and willing to help.Read more
Time to start planning the next DrupalCampNYC!
Forest made a good point at the meetup last night, that it's probably too late now to have another camp in 2010 - December is pretty much useless for events, and November is too short notice. So shall we plan on late January? Ideally we could do an 'intro camp' one Saturday two weeks before the main camp.
How about (subject to venue availability) an intro camp on Saturday the 15th of January, and a camp on Saturday the 29th of January?Read more
While organizing the last DrupalCampNYC the idea was raised of having a dedicated intro to Drupal camp for people new to Drupal. It now seems like a good time to start the ball rolling on this.
The things to consider:
Drupal Gardens is Acquia's Drupal 7 SaaS product.
Hosted and maintained Drupal - similar to Wordpress.com
It is promising, but is it ready for commercial use? There are already 10K+ DG sites!
Limitations such as no Calendar/Event modules are restricting its use, but it will surely grow in its capabilities in time.Read more
The final session schedule is now posted!
At this point, we're making corrections only for glaring errors such as missing information, or presenters who are unable to attend a scheduled session.
Sadly, some presenters were unable to attend and we had to drop a few great sessions. Luckily, we got 2 additional sessions from strong community contributors, including a panel on the Drupal.org redesign and a presentation on "Designing for the Undesignable" by Jeff Robbins from Lullabot.Read more
Coming to DrupalCampNYC8? Let your connections know by joining the event page on LinkedIn