Greetings attendees and friends of Drupal Camp Boone! First, I am pleased to announce that videos for the sessions for the 2010 Camp have been posted. I appreciate everyone's patience as well as Appstate's willingness to encode and host the videos. The videos are located on that session's page. Chris Grams's keynote session is located on the Keynote page. All the other sessions can be found going to the Sessions page and clicking the session name. A few videos have not been posted due to errors / quality issues; however, I asked the presenters to send me any slides or links to additional resources and I will post those instead. If the video for that session is available, it will appear below the session description.
DrupalCamp Boone is very pleased to announce or keynote speaker for the DrupalCamp Boone event, Chris Grams.
Chris Grams is now President and Partner at New Kind, and former Senior Director of Brand Communications and Design at Red Hat.
Chris writes in a number of places around the Internet, including OpenSource.com (a site built on Drupal). For full details, please check out http://drupalcampboone.com/keynote.
In other news, we are looking for people to present sessions for the event. There are a lot of beginners attending, so even if you've only been in Drupal a short time, presenting on the fundamentals of something would even be welcome. As a BarCamp, we're...
Camp is getting closer and closer, less than one month away! We've received a good response for attendees, with more coming in every day. Remember to spread the word to anyone you think might be interested in attending this FREE event!
We have opened up the submission of session proposals. Bear in mind this is different than what we're calling a "session suggestion"--those are still open, too. The difference between a suggestion and a proposal is essentially that: a suggestion is something you want someone else to present, whereas a session proposal is something you are volunteering to present.
We hope that you'll look at the suggestions offered up by the...
We here at DrupalCamp Boone have been hard at work. Much like a duck swimming in the water, it looks smooth and graceful above the water, as if very little is happening. Under the water, though, those feet are flapping and kicking! With that said, we are happy to announce that...
Registration is open!
Registration is a two-step process. If you haven’t already, please first create an account on the site and fill out your profile there. Then visit http://drupalcampboone.com/register and register with Appalachian State’s off-site registration system. We will be updating users on the DrupalCampBoone.com site with their registration status manually, so please bear with us.
In the meantime, check out any...
Greetings to all those interested in DrupalCamp Boone, 2010! Big stuff is happening as we count down to the big day.
For one, we've opened up account signup on the site. If you are interested in attending the event, please register for an account on the site by clicking on the "Get an Account" link in the left-hand column of the DrupalCamp Boone Web Site.
We're also happy to announce two platinum sponsors for our event! Many thanks to Ben Finklea at Volacci for his generous platinum sponsorship of our event. We're also grateful to Chris Wells and Patrick Corbett from Redfin Solutions. Chris is an alumnus of Appalachian State University.
We also have a somewhat new and interesting feature...