Fall 2008

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Sponsorship Packages

During the planning session for the upcoming DrupalCamp we discussed the need for sponsorship packages to help offset the costs of the event, which should end up costing about $7,000 or so, and we decided to come up with sponsorship packages. Below are my initial thoughts on DrupalCamp Philly sponsorship packages, but please keep in mind that some of the items are are up in the air, as we're still not certain whether we'll be able to offer up tables during the lunch session or whether we can put up signs on any of the rooms. Please leave any thoughts, questions, complaints, etc. in the comments. Please note that at least one of my suggestions would alter the timetable slightly.

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Sponsorship Levels

Here's a first take at sponsorship levels. Please leave comments or edit directly if you have additional thoughts.

The following levels of sponsorship are available for Philly DrupalCamp Fall 2008. This is our first year holding a DrupalCamp in Philly, and we greatly appreciate the support of the community in raising the funds to hold a first-class event.

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Drupalcamp Philly 2008 Planning Notes

Here are the notes from the meeting on 10/28 from 6:30-8 at ZivTech.

Attending were: Alex, Ezra, Howard, Jody, Mason, and Nate.

Venue

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Agenda

Time Beginner
Huntington Room
Advanced
J. Cooke Room
9:00-10:00 Registration & Networking
10:00-11:00 Welcome & Intro to Drupal
Nathan Gasser
Contributing to the Community
Addison Berry
11:00-12:00 CCK & Views
Michael Crawford, Jody Hamilton
Doc Sprint
Addison Berry
12:00-1:00 L u n c h
1:00-2:30 D r u p a l   M u l t i m e d i a
Aaron Winborn
2:30-3:00 Break
3:00-4:00 Intro to Theming
Mason Wendell, Jody Hamilton
BOF: Deployment & Change Mgmt
Owen Winkler
4:00-5:00 Drupal for Non-Profits
Ivan Boothe
BOF: Drupal Shops & Consultants
Sam Cohen
5:00-6:00 Drupal Site Showcase
Audience Participation
Open BOF Sessions
Volunteer to lead a topic!
6:30 - ? Afterparty @ Slainte, 30th and Market Street (5 minute walk)

BOF stands for Birds of a Feather. These roundtable sessions designed to get attendees talking to each other rather than listening to a presenter. The moderator serves only to spark and guide discussion, but attendees are actively encouraged to share their knowledge and ask questions.

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Details & RSVP

Date: November 19, 2008
Time: 9am - 6pm
Where: The Hub, Cira Center
2929 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Where? The tall building next to
30th Street Station, with all the lights
Cost: Free
RSVP: RSVP is required to attend.
Sign Up Here
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DrupalCamp Planning Session Tonight

Just a reminder that interested folks are meeting at ZivTech, 1511 South Street, at 6:30pm tonight, to talk through some DrupalCamp ideas and get the plans rolling.

Please reply here if you're coming so Alex can plan appropriately.

Thanks!

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Tentative date/location for DrupalCamp Philly - Nov 19th!

So, we have some trouble with the university locations not being available during the day -- got very close but couldn't make it work. Next time we'll know to plan MUCH farther ahead if we want a university during the day.

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On what day(s) should DrupalCamp take place this fall?

Weekday
89% (24 votes)
Weekend
11% (3 votes)
Total votes: 27
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Session ideas

Let's hear your ideas for sessions! Especially if you're willing to speak on the topic yourself. I think we should shoot for a mix of single-speaker sessions, panel discussions, and facilitated group discussions. Feel free to indicate how you'd like to see each session or topic handled, and/or if you're offering to host a session, how you'd like to host it.

Click here for the in-progress agenda.

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Venue Ideas

Here are some possible venues that have been mentioned:

  • Penn
  • Drexel
  • University of the Arts
  • University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (USP)
  • Frankilin Institute
  • BaseKamp

I really favor the colleges, because (1) the facilities are a natural fit for what we need, and more importantly (2) there's a decent chance of picking up students, university staff, and faculty who would add to the community.

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