Drupal Sprint Weekend - London April 2013
Saturday, 27 April 2013 at 10:00 - Sunday, 28 April 2013 at 18:30 (BST)
London, United Kingdom
Come join the Drupal community for two days of working together face to face on Drupal core, contrib modules, and handbook documentation. You're welcome to join us on the Saturday, the Sunday, or both days.
The London Drupal Sprints enable anyone working with Drupal to improve the quality of the software at the centre of our community. By participating you will learn from your peers, and raise the skill levels of everyone who collaborates with you.
What are we doing this month?
As the name suggests, the Drupal Ladder session guides people of all skill levels through the practical steps necessary to get started contributing to Drupal.
Once you’ve completed the Drupal Ladder session there are novice tasks waiting to be your first contribution.
Projects of the Month
The drupal.org.uk website has served the local Drupal community since 2005 and has almost 6,000 registered users. As part of a redesign of the site we will be brainstorming what new features can be added and designing a new information architecture.
Please get in touch if you have a suggestion for other projects to focus on.
Bring your own ideas for something to work on, whether that’s Drupal core, a contrib module, or documentation. You’re welcome to work alone or to team up with other sprinters.
Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th April, 10 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Breakfast and lunch provided. After the sprint we’ll move to a nearby pub and then a local restaurant.
TechHub @ GoogleCampus is generously hosting us - the venue is a great space to work in, and includes a solid 250MB/sec Wifi.
What to do in advance
The Drupal Drop In Sprint is a regular monthly event.
Code Enigma are Drupal and open source specialists carrying out projects across Europe and beyond. Because Drupal is central to what we do, we sponsor core and contrib efforts, such as Views In Core sprints, various DrupalCamps and regular days when our entire team is dedicated to working on Drupal core and modules.
Commercially, we provide a full service, from initial consultancy, through design and development, into support, delivery and training. We also provide a range of services for other Drupal companies, such as a high performance hosting stack, SLA managed hosting, alerting services, testing services, continuous integration and developer support services. Call us on 020 3588 1550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch.
iO1 are known as one of the leading Drupal consultancies in Europe, with a 30+ team of Drupal professionals worldwide.
Code written by iO1 is in use on every major Drupal site in the world, due to the fact that the company are primary sponsors for the critical Drupal modules e.g. Views, cTools and Panels. Team members have also contributed code to Drupal core versions 4, 5, 6, 7 (& planned for 8).
iO1 also sponsor various initiatives, including RDF in Drupal 7 Core, Drupal.org projects inc CVS logging and testing, as well as various 'Learning Drupal meet-ups', and are delighted to be a part of Drupal Sprints 2012.
WunderRoot is a professional services firm for the web, providing a high quality of service for enterprise clients. The company is part of the Wunderkraut group, formed from the merger of NodeOne, Mearra, Krimson and Wunderkraut.
With 140 people in nine countries we're the largest Drupal company in Europe. We're dedicated to contributing to, and supporting, the Drupal community.
Deeson Online have been building big, beautiful Drupal sites since 2007. With a large, permanent full service team in-house, we work with clients as diverse as Robbie Williams to large membership organisations such as the College of Radiographers. See our latest work.
Want content? Then check out our Labs development blog for technical discussions or come along to Digibury, our monthly tech/creative meet up in Canterbury.
When & Where
Drupal London Community
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