April 30th, 2012
The call for papers is still open for DrupalCon Munich — but only until May 11! Trainings too! The DrupalCon content team is looking for sessions that cover pushing the boundaries of Drupal and its increasing use as a cross platform system. Help shape what is presented at DrupalCon with this year’s theme, “Open Up! Connecting systems and people.”
Any proposals for sessions should fit within one of the following tracks:
- Coding and Development
- Design and Theming
- Business and Strategy
- Site building
To learn more about each topic, view the Session Track page. Here you can find out the anticipated audience and the topic focus, as set forward by each track chair. Selected Sessions and Trainings will be announced May 29.
Curious to learn how sessions are selected at DrupalCon? Learn more about the session selection process.
Core conversations will open for submissions on May 29, read more about Core Conversations on our website.
We are also inviting all organizations with training experience to submit proposals for the Pre-Conference Trainings, to be held on Monday, 20th August 2012.