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DrupalCampToronto

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This space is no longer in use.

Please see our main Drupal Camp Toronto site.

 

Our 2011 event is happenning on November 11-12.

 

Previous year information is accessible using the year as a subdomain, the 2006 event info is below.

 


 

1st DrupalCampToronto was May 12th 2006.

 

We had over forty participants attend 4 set's of workshops and break-out groups. We had a great time. View pictures

 

Here's our final accounting for the event.

 

View the participants feedback survey results

 

Event sponsors

DrupalCampToronto has been generously sponsored by:

 

 

 

      

 

Background

The DUG-TO (that's the Drupal Users Group in Toronto) has been meeting for several months now. There's a critical mass of Drupal enthusiasts in the greater Toronto area. We're already experiencing a shortage of talent for the available projects -- so it's time to sound the alarms and send up the beacons to find like-minded souls.

 

Event Info

When:

Friday May 12th 2006 8:30am to 5:00pm - plus after party.

Location:

Centre for Social Innovation at 215 Spadina (Google Maps | Yahoo! Maps)

Price:

Pay what you can - $20 suggested.

 

Contact person: Jason Diceman, jd AT cooptools DOT ca

 

Goals

  1. Introduce web developers to the Drupal platform.
  2. Skill sharing among established Drupal developers
  3. Give back to the Drupal project (e.g. fix bugs, documentation, lesson materials)

 

Agenda

8:30 - 9:00 Payment and registration. Snacks and coffee.

9:15 – 9:45 Plenary: Introduction. Get to know you. Explain the plan for the day.

10:00 – 11:00 Workshops 1a and 1b

11:15 – 12:15 Workshops 2a and 2b

12:15 -1:15 Lunch

1:30 – 1:45 Plenary: Check-in and afternoon plan.

2:00 - 3:00 Workshops 3a and 3b

3:15 – 4:14 Workshops 4 - Show and Tell

4:30 - 5:00 Closing.

5:15 - After party at Tortilla Flats (458 Queen W. @ Augusta)

Workshop notes

 

See DrupalCampTorontoLessons for notes from lessons.

 

Sponsorship

 

Standard Interactive ($500)

2bits ($300)

Bryght ($300)

Co-op Tools ($300)

Commons Group ($300)

Community Bandwidth ($300)

Web Networks ($300)

Communicopia ($150)

 

 

WhosPlanningDrupalCampToronto

If you're able to help with the plans, logistics, or "day of" support -- please list yourself here. This includes space, sponsorships, or extra time to do some let work to get this moving.

 

WhosAttendingDrupalCampToronto

If you're thinking of attending, please drop your name (and contact information) here.

 

Learnings

DrupalCampTorontoLearnings

 

 

Useful Links

http://drupaltutorials.com/

http://drupal-camp.org/camps/sfapril

http://drupal.org/node/58182

http://groups.drupal.org/toronto