Frequently Asked Questions
- What is a Drupalcamp?
- What language will be used?
- What is Drupal?
- Is Drupalcamp good for newbies?
- What is the Romania Drupal Community?
- When will be Drupalcamp Romania?
- Where will Drupalcamp take place?
- How can I get to Timisoara?
- How much does it cost? Registration fees?
- How do I submit a session?
- How will sessions be selected?
- How big is the conference?
- Why do I need to create a profile on this site?
- Can I register more than one person at once?
- Will I receive any registration materials in the mail?
- Can I still become a sponsor of Drupalcamp Timisoara?
- How can I stay up-to-date on news?
- What if I have more questions?
It's an event aimed to leverage the sharing of knowledge about Drupal and to facilitate learning Drupal in an open environment. Drupalcamp is an intense, participant-driven event, hosting workshops and demos, and following the format of “unconferences” as opposite to official conferences (such as OSCON, DrupalCon, LinuxCon, etc.). Participants submit proposals before the event is held, and the schedule is designed based on these proposals. The overall goals of Drupalcamp are to connect local and regional communities and to allow the sharing of knowledge. Drupalcamps are community sharing and training events for Drupal enthusiasts.
This is the first Drupalcamp from Romania, in Timisoara.
The event will take place in English. There is only one exception, a presentation regarding Romanian Community that will be in Romanian.
Drupal is a free opensource content management system written in the PHP programming language and distributed under the GPL ("GNU General Public License"). It is used as a back-end system for many different types of websites, ranging from small personal blogs to Enterprise 2.0 collaboration and knowledge management uses to large corporate and political sites, including whitehouse.gov and data.gov.uk.
The Romania Drupal Community is an informal organization of people from Romania interested in Drupal. We hold meetings to discuss Drupal and share new things we've learned, in diferent city in Romania like: Cluj, Timisoara, Bucharest, which anyone can attend. Before the meetings, and sometimes at other times, we have "co-working" time, where we meet and work on our own Drupal projects, in an atmosphere of sharing ideas. We have a forum, where people post Drupal jobs, ask questions, and announce news of interest to the local Drupal community. And we also put on Drupalcamps.
The event is June 5th and 6th! Sessions can be submitted by registered attendees up until May 30. At some point we will open up voting to all attendees. On June 1th the schedule will be announced.
Free! really. Thanks to our amazing sponsors, we’re pretty sure our costs are covered. We still have a few loose ends, and we were originally setup to take between $5-$20 for admission… and unless we’ve missed something, it appears our costs will be covered.
We don’t know yet. We’re expecting everybody that loves Drupal or wants to know more about Drupal. We expect we can comfortably host up to 350 people.
Everything about you related to Drupalcamp Timisoara is here. We’ll pull your full name for your conference badge from here, along with some other information to make meeting like-minded people easier.
Unfortunately, no. Each person’s profile holds their conference registration information.