Nearly 12 months in the making with lots of support from the community and local sponsors it's worth a quick write-up on how DrupalCamp Scotland 2012 went, what effort was involved and what the future holds.Read more
For all the Glasgow folk heading to the Business and/or the Camp days on the train.
A few of us will be getting the 0730 train to Edinburgh in time for the events - so if you want some company let us know and we can meet you in Queen Street station around 0720.
Notice is hereby given of the Annual General Meeting of Drupal Scotland to be held on 26th May 2012 during the closing session of DrupalCamp Scotland 2012.
- Minutes of previous AGM
- Chairperson's report
- Treasurer's report and adoption of annual accounts
- Election of Committee
- Any Other Business
Motions must be submitted to the Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org) not less than 7 days before the meeting.
Registration for DrupalCamp Scotland 2012 is now open!
To be held 25-26 May at the Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh.
Over the 2 days there will be 3 core events:
- Drupal for Business
- Drupal Training – short introduction and full-day training sessions
- DrupalCamp – presentations, discussion and chat for everyone.
We're hoping for all events to be free, so come along.Read more
The third Scottish Drupal Camp will be held 25-26 May 2012 at the Informatics Forum in the centre of the University of Edinburgh's campus. Learn about how you can use Drupal for your own organisation, discover the basics of using Drupal, improve your mastery or learn more about the latest hot subjects. And meet lots of great folk.
Over the 2 days there will be 3 core events: Drupal for Business; Drupal Training – short introduction and full-day training sessions; and DrupalCamp – presentations, discussion and chat for everyone. We're hoping for all events to be free, so come alongRead more
Greetings from Drupal Drinks Edinburgh! You join us live at the Villager on George IV Bridge where we are discussing ideas for sessions for the forthcoming Drupal Camp.
- panels/display suite/context round table discussion: heated debate (yet again!) on this topic has raised the idea that a freeform discussion session might be amusing/interesting/informative. With audience participation (heckling?) of course!
- git branching - I'll probably do another crash course in using git for fun, profit, and unholy branching models.
Drupal Scotland has just been awarded a $1500 grant (just under £1k) from the Drupal Association to support Scotland's third DrupalCamp, due to be held in May 2012 (dtbc). This will be a 2 day event with a presentation/networking event (aimed at business, government and higher education), a 'Hello Drupal' event for complete beginners, and a multi-session DrupalCamp event for all. The grant will be used for venue hire and other costs with the goal of raising enough additional sponsorship for the event to be free to attend.Read more