On Thursday, March 22, 2012, @lisarex and I ran a BoF to talk about Usability. First of all, we would like to thank every one who could make it to the session. For the others who could not make it, here is the summary from the session.
Since the group was a mix of new and existing contributors, the focus was on what we “the usability team” could do to make things better for the community.Read more
On Monday, March 19th, we are organizing a Drupal in Education unconference in Denver; the event will be held at Del Pueblo School. This meetup will follow an unconference format, so if there is something you want to talk about, propose a topic, find some like-minded individuals, and let the conversation start.Read more
The registration for this event is now open!
- Info/Announcement: http://groups.drupal.org/node/211118
- Register: https://denverdrupaled.eventbrite.com
- Propose a discussion topic: http://groups.drupal.org/node/211108
With DrupalCon Denver coming up in approximately 4 months, I wanted to see if there was interest in an Education-specific unconference on Monday, the 19th, the day before DrupalCon begins.Read more
Hello Vancouver and Surrey Drupallers,
Rick Nashleanas, content manager for Drupalcon Denver, has asked me to post this announcement to the group. DrupalCon Denver is accepting proposals for sessions. Any and all proposals are welcome. Help keep DrupalCon 100% powered by you.
Session proposals are still being accepted for the next DrupalCon, being held at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, March 19 -23, 2012. The conference theme is "Collaborative Publishing for Every Device" and the deadline to submit sessions is October 26, 201123:59:59 UTC/GMT -7.
DrupalCon Denver will be focusing on 8 significant areas of expertise and of particular interest to Drupal users and developers alike. Preference will be given to session ideas that examine the following tracks and how they relate to the conference theme:Read more
It is no secret that Drupalcon in March of 2012 is going to be in Denver! The show will be at the Colorado Convention Center, home of Lawrence Argent's playful "I See What You Mean" other wise known as the Giant Blue Bear in Denver's Downtown core. Follow @drupalcondenver on Twitter if you want the insider scoop like when we're looking for community feedback and and regular Con updates.Read more