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DrupalCampTorontoEventInfo

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On May 12th the venerable Drupal Users Group of Toronto will be hosting

 

__DrupalCamp Toronto 1.0__

 

The popularity of Drupal, a leading open source content management system, continues to grow as developers discover its solid coding and support community, web designers appreciate its themeing system and end users find an intuitive and easy way to update their websites.

 

Details:

 

WHEN: Friday, May 12, 2006

WHERE: The Centre for Social Innovation, 215 Spadina Ave., Toronto

(Two blocks north of Queen on Spadina - http://www.socialinnovation.ca )

COST: PWYC (Suggested $20 donation)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Anyone interested in working with Drupal

TO REGISTER: Please add your name to the page at http://barcamp.org/WhosAttendingDrupalCampToronto

 

The aim of DrupalCampToronto is to strengthen the community of people working with and working on Drupal code in Toronto. On Friday, May 12th come on out to the Centre for Social Innovation at 215 Spadina Ave. to discover who else in your 'hood is working with Drupal. Learn from them, conspire (?) with them or just swap business cards - this is your chance to talk Drupal.

 

The focus will be on Drupal 4.7, athough 4.6 will be included. i18n and multi-lingual content should be referenced through out (eh, we are in Canada, right?). The workshops will generally be split into a Newbie (N) and Advanced(A) tracks, although anyone can go anywhere.

 

 

1N) Building a kick-ass community site

Summary:

Volunteer Presenter(s): KhalidBaheyeldin

 

1A) 4.7 overview: what's new

Summary:

Volunteer Presenter(s): JamesWalker

 

 

2N) Building slick themes in PHPtemplate

Summary: Focus on Drupal 4.7 (Include Nick Lewis' demo of theming formsapi)

Volunteer Presenter(s): RowanKerr

 

2A) The secret of Forms API and hooks

Summary:

Volunteer Presenter(s): JamesWalker

 

 

3N) CCK: better than Flexinode; Views: now I can display anything

Summary:

Volunteer Presenter(s):

 

3A) Building robust modules - the easy way

Summary:

Volunteer Presenter(s): JamesWalker

 

 

4) Recipes Swap: how did you do that on your site?

Summary: Depending on how many people are offering to present recipes, this may be a plenary, or rotating small groups. The general aim will be to allow all particiapants to learn about all the recipes on offer.

Facilitator: Jason Diceman

Volunteer Presenters: JamesWalker

 

 

There will be a mix of traditional presentations (info-packed and mercifully brief) with plenty of opportunities to ask questions, spark discussions and meet fellow Drupallers.