Two weeks ago, the Advomatic team divided up and went to both Drupalcon in Nashville and the Nonprofit Tech Conference in New Orleans – they happened at the same time this year. (A few of us went to both!) The short story is: We had a great time and met a lot of people and …Read more »
Diversity and Staying Grounded: Recapping Drupalcon 2018
It was great to get back to DrupalCon this year. I really enjoyed the Con, and this was one of my favorite DrupalCons in the eight years I’ve been going. Drupal as a community is getting more serious about diversity. In the past, there’s been an undercurrent of people saying “diversity is good” for a …Read more »
A Week of Firsts at Drupalcon
I went to DrupalCon this year with the goal of doing things a bit differently this time. I’m a bit of an introvert with people at first, but I’ve been told I don’t come off that way. So, I decided to leverage that and just push myself through things that, in years past, I would …Read more »
Refocusing on the Important Things: Drupalcon and the Nonprofit Technology Conference
I attended both Drupalcon and the Nonprofit Tech Conference this year. They were on the same week, so I started the week at Drupalcon then caught the tail end of NTC. I often come into conferences with my head down, working hard on tough problems, so it’s great to have a chance lift my head up …Read more »
Announcing the Advomatic Scavenger Hunt @ Drupalcon New Orleans
Last year at Drupalcon LA, our team did a conference scavenger hunt based off a list of funny/unusual things we’ve encountered at Drupalcons past. We took a photo of each item for proof, and at the end of the conference, we went through our list and shared our photos. This was a good time. This year, we’re taking …Read more »
Top Panel Picks for DrupalCon Denver
I polled the Advostaff to find out which panels they’re most looking forward to at DrupalCon Denver. Of course the ones I’m most excited about are ones where our staff are presenting: Aaron Winborn’s session on Media with Dave Reid, Tuesday 10:45. Aaron says Media is “the module that Drupal has been waiting for; come …Read more »
Win a trip to Drupalcon London 2011 from Cadre Web Hosting!
Cadre Web Hosting is sending someone to Drupalcon London 2011. Will it be you? That’s right, Cadre is sending one lucky winner to London to attend Drupalcon all on our dime. Since we are Silver Sponsors this year we decided that we’d give away a conference registration along with airfare and lodging for the week …Read more »
Calling all Writers at DrupalCon!
Recap of the first topic of my last message, for emphasis: The obvious topic for the March newsletter is the DrupalCon, of course. There are over 800 people here, though and we need to recruit people to write up their favorite session/s. If you are at the conference, please write up at least one session, …Read more »
Proof of Concept for Stand-alone Drupal Newsletter
Sneak preview of this discussion (if you decide not to click through to the rest of this discussion topic): http://drupal-newsletter.org/issue/2008/01 This DrupalCon has been phenomenal! We had an impromptu BoF session yesterday for the Drupal Newsletter. The three big things that came out of that were a plan for March’s newsletter, the newsletter length, and …Read more »
Drupal China gets Embedded Media Field!
Jacob Redding (jredding), Robert Scales, and John Zhu conducted a panel about Drupal in China yesterday at DrupalCon. We all learned about why and how China is beginning to embrace Drupal. I plan to do a better write-up for the Drupal Newsletter, so you’ll have to wait till then to hear more about it. However, …Read more »