The DrupalCamp Colorado website is live and registration is open! The site uses the COD install profile to implement much of the registration, sponsorship and other camp related functionality. It also features Ken Woodworth's "Yeti" design. If you attended DrupalCon Chicago, you may have already encountered the DrupalCamp Colorado Yeti. Yetis are known for their love of the Colorado mountains, good beer and Drupal... which makes the yeti the perfect DrupalCamp Colorado mascot!
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In a couple of hours we'll arrive in Chicago for DrupalCon 2011 with our latest DrupalCon scoutbooks in hand. If you too are DrupalCon bound, find us in a session, by the coffee or at our booth to pick up a book for yourself.
Thanks to Denver Open Media, the Denver Drupal meetup made its live television debut this month! While we're waiting for Nielsen to confirm our huge TV following, we'd like to thank everyone who came to the meetup and participated.
Thanks to everyone who attended the January Denver Drupal meetup, we had one of the highest turn outs in recent DBUG history! Special thanks to those who travelled to Denver to attend the Webchick Drupal 7 Tour and stayed around for the meetup.
Despite the cold and the holidays, the Denver Drupal users group still met a few days after Christmas to discuss a few general web issues in addition to Drupal specific topics.
The Denver Drupal Meetup is making progress on becoming the hottest new reality TV show, thanks to the Open Media Foundation! Thankfully, last night was a test run and all gaffs and foot-in-mouth moments were not aired live, although we expect future meetups to be broadcast.
Instead of voting Drupal users off the island, we started the meeting in a friendly manner, by asking everyone to introduce themselves and share their favorite "obscure" module. Here are some of the modules that were mentioned:
The September Denver Drupal meetup kicked off with the usual pizza and beer, followed by a special birthday cake for Jon.
After a couple of weeks back in the office, it is time for a quick update on DrupalCon Copenhagen. The conference was great, and at just over 1,000 attendees, it seemed more like a get-together of friends than the whirlwind of over 3,000 that was DrupalCon San Francisco. Scott and I really enjoyed the keynotes, the sessions and the chance to explore the city a bit.