What is a sprint?
A sprint is a get-together for focused work on a project. Sprints are an important part of Drupal's growth, and are also a great opportunity to get involved, because others are on hand to help you contribute. DrupalCon Prague includes a full day of sprints on Friday, the 27. September. Come and collaborate in person with hundreds of other Drupal community members. And, folks curious about mentoring here at Drupalcon Portland or organizing their own local sprint can come to the session Stories & strategies: turning regular people into mentors of mentors.
Contribution Sprints on Friday, 27. September
Come help us improve Drupal! All are welcome to participate in the Contribution Sprints and Community Tools Workshop on Friday. Lunch and coffee breaks will be provided.
Room: Panorama Hall · Wunderkraut
Time: September 27 · 9:00-18:00
Get Involved with Core Sprint & Community Tools Workshop
The Get Involved with Core sprint is intended for first-time contributors. Dozens of mentors will be available to help you get started. If you're not sure where to start contributing, or not even sure about the whole sprint thing, this is for you! This sprint also includes an optional workshop to help you set up tools like IRC, git, and a Drupal 8 development environment.
Views in Drupal Core sprint
In case you haven't heard yet, Views is included in Drupal 8 core. Come to the code sprint Friday and help the Views team's code ninjas convert core listings to views, improve Views' documentation, and polish the Views codebase to core standards.
The Drupal 8 Multilingual Initiative has accomplished much, and has some big things to finish. Come to the sprint Friday and be part of the D8MI team as we integrate with configuration, improve usability, and make Drupal 8 multilingual awesomeness.
Twig in Drupal Core sprint
Drupal 8 has a new theme engine: Twig. Come to the code sprint Friday and help convert all theme functions and template files into twig templates, consolidate similar theme functions, and polish up the markup that Drupal produces.
Drupal.org Documentation Team Sprint
The main thrust of the sprint will be to move forward on Drupal 8 documentation but it will also be a great opportunity to learn more about the Drupal.org docs. It's definitely an event where everyone can make a contribution, no matter what your background is.
WSCCI (Web Services) Sprint
We have this great new router system; it's time to port our page callbacks over. Let's try and close a whole bunch of the conversion issues in Prague.
Mapping sprint: Improve geo contrib modules & documentation
This sprint is targeted at existing contributors and newcomers to help out with mapping-related modules & documentation. Together, we want to
- enhance existing modules like Geofield, Leaflet, OpenLayers
- improve documentation
- shape the future for mapping in Drupal 8
- (+ you are invited to bring up your favorite topic)
Open Atrium 2 Sprint
The developers of Anolim will be working on the following in this Sprint:
1. Creating a KanBan board module for Open Atrium 2
2. Ensuring a fully working Case Tracker or similar module
3. Migrating Open Atrium 1 to Open Atrium 2
All potential participants for anything related to Open Atrium 2 are encouraged to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org to expand the agenda, set priorities and avoid duplication.
For those ready to dive in, there will be sprints on a wide range of topics, potentially including Drupal 8 initiatives, contributed modules, community tools, documentation, and more!
Sprints during the week
Join in sprints during DrupalCon in the Supporting Partner Coder Lounge, which will be open Tuesday-Thursday of the conference.
The extended sprints are independently organized, separate from DrupalCon. They are offsite the weekends both before and after DrupalCon Prague. There are various sprint groups signed up including Multilingual, Views, Mobile, Configuration management, Documentation (Technical Communication Initiative), WSCCI, and Twig to further development of Drupal 8 on these weekends.
Dates: 21-23. September and 28-29. September
Weekend sprints will be held at Hub Praha; Drtinova 557/10; 150 00 Praha 5-Smíchov (View Map)
Monday's sprint will be held in the Prague Convention Centre, in Terrace 2.
Updating Sprint Information
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