On Saturday, Sept. 24, during the Drupal Camp's second day, the event will host a keynote, a special session, presented in plenary and by a speaker we're very happy to have with us: Luca Mascaro. Here's the abstract for the keynote and a short biography of Luca (both in Italian).
Thanks to our Acquia sponsor's support, we are able to offer a valuable prize to the winners of the Hoop Init basketball tournamente: a coupon for each member of the winning team, entitling to one year of free access to the cloud hosting service Acquia Dev Cloud.
Have you already signed up for the contest? We're looking forward to meet you on Friday night, after attending the scheduled sessions. Not signed-up yet? Why waiting? Use the form included in every website's page.
The facility hosting Drupal Camp Verona 2011 can provide free wireless connections to the event's attendees. In order to get access information, you must provide a copy of your identity document. It is strongly recommended to carry your own copy with you, because the check-in/registration area doesn't have a copy-machine and people at the check-in desk will not be able to leave the desk to reach one.
Verona is easily reachable from most of Northern Italy. If you want to save both money and CO2 emissions, we encourage you to plan your travel with other Drupal Camp attendees. If you still don't know anyone who might be coming with you, take a look at this site devoted at promoting and facilitating «car pooling», http://roadsharing.com, specifically to the page dedicated to Drupal Camp Verona 2011, where you can ask or offer a lift. Have a nice trip!
Here's a list of hotels with available in the area of Verona. They're all situated not too far away from the town: in order to reach the Faculty of Sciences, you will have to take an ATV bus, then change to another one at the rail station (except if you choose the hotel in Castel d'Azzano, whose bus stops in Borgo Roma before arriving at the bus terminal).
Looking for an easy and quick way to promote Drupal Camp Verona 2011? Here are the brand new promotional badges and the HTML codes ready for cut&paste into your web pages.
This year we thought to present a unique opportunity to all the people participating the Camp by organizing a little basketball tournament: what's better than sport when it comes to celebrate an event and to make friends? If you like the idea and wanna have some fun after the Drupal session-intensive day you've just been through, why don't you join? :) Here's a few rules for the tournament, just in case you want to take the field:
If you're reading this post and you didn't get here by chance, it's safe to assume that you already know about the kick-off of one of the main events for the international Drupal community, the European Drupal Conference, this year held in London from August 22 to Aug. 26.
Well, what you might not know is that many Italians are going to London, and, among them, a group of people from the organizing staff of Drupal Camp Verona 2011. Here's who has confirmed participation so far: