DrupalCon Prague planning is already in full swing. Though this isnâ€™t my first planning round for a Con, it is my first real opportunity to work on the â€śofficialâ€ť planning team, and the times they are a-changing! We have spent lots of time on brainstorming changes to improve DrupalCon. Weâ€™re hoping to remove some of what hasnâ€™t been working so well and try out some new ideas. Now that the community has been running European DrupalCons and camps for around 10 years, weâ€™re hoping that the time is ripe for innovations like the DRUPAL LABS!
You may have noticed that there is no longer a Community track for DrupalCon Prague. What?! Drupal is built on community! Why are we ignoring it at DrupalCon? That is a good question, and I want to explain how we are making the community side of DrupalCon even better than in the past â€” by removing the community track from sessions, and instead creating an entire day to focus on community work. Welcome to the Community Summit.
Tonight in just a few hours, at 12. July at 23:59 CEST, is the end of DrupalCon Prague's call for content, as well as the scholarship application deadline.