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
How to include the best CMS, the best eCommerce software, the best LMS, etc. on your website - and theme them all consistently, at once, through a single effort and common tool, and by using only HTML and CSS.
Duration: 1 hour or less
Drupal 7 is right around the corner and you need to be prepared. In this session we'll take a look at the new features of Drupal 7 and how that are going to make your life easier. We will walk through the new installation process and explore Drupal 7 from a newcomer's perspective but also compare and contrast it with Drupal 6 and the former contributed module that made it into core.
Every developer and power user develops a toolkit of shortcuts and hacks that become second nature. I'd like to present some of the ones I've discovered over the years, and invite ideas from the community to share their own, which I'll include with credit to each contributor.
Some examples -
* SVN shortcut functions to simplify SVN in the terminal,
* Drush shortcuts like getting the size of a database in one command,
* all kinds of terminal "fu" with find, grep, ssh, pipes
* Textmate helpers like the Drupal bundle,
* the Drupal extension and other developer goodies in Chrome,
When life gives you bad role models, make rolemodelade.
We learn so much in life from the mistakes of others. Can a best practice really be identified until a worst practice comes along that makes us laugh and cry?Read more
Many publishers and media companies have shifted their Websites to Drupal. This DrupalCampNYC8 session explores why this is the case by examining current and future trends. We will present several case studies and host an open discussion about workflow tools, popular contributed modules, mobile publishing, and techniques for monetizing content, all of which are helping publishers rethink their businesses. From workflow management, multiplatform publishing, and subscription payments, to video integration, social media integration, and user generated content, this session will focus on how publishers and media companies are using Drupal to invite wider audience participation and ultimately improving their bottom line.