This year, we are calling for sessions covering Drupal 8 topics to fill 3 tracks: Beginners, Development and Case Studies. Think of the following as guidelines, not rules. If you have a session topic that doesn't quite fit, but you are excited about coming to New Orleans, please submit it anyway and we'll consider it among the other submissions. If you need help with your session topic or preparing your presentation, feel free to contact us and let us know how we can help.
So the date is set and the venue reserved! Mark your calendars, Drupalcamp New Orleans is October 7, 2017! This year's Drupalcamp New Orleans will coincide with Gentilly Fest. Held every year in October, the Gentilly Festival is an annual festival celebrating all things "Gentilly"; including continuous live music on the main stage and gospel tent, restaurants and caterers sell sumptuous food; and an Arts and Crafts area feature original works from a variety of craft merchants.
What is Drupalcamp?
Drupalcamps are community sharing and training events for Drupal enthusiasts and newbies alike. Drupalcamp New Orleans is an attendee-driven, volunteer initiative modeled after the open, participatory nature of barcamps. The event is open to everyone - curious beginners, designers, developers and business owners are all welcome!
What is Drupal?
Drupal is a free, open-source content management system. It is used to publish the web sites for organizations such as the NBA, the White House, the State of Georgia and The Weather Channel. Locally, Drupal is used by LSU, Tulane, Loyola, Audubon Nature Institute, Cafe Du Monde and for Chef John Besh's restaurants.