Organization really great, internet works a dream, tons of friendly volunteers welcoming you with T-Shirts, great atmosphere, lots of greetings and hugging, and meeting those folks behind the faces (I mean, people you have only met through a photo or video)...
My talk Project Flow & Tracker will be on Thursday at 4:15 in the Berners-Lee Room. The link is broken on the DrupalCon site, so here is a link explaining my presentation on Project Flow & Tracker:
It is updated with info on how to check out the demo site at http://projectflowandtracker.com .
What I am going to see this morning:
I will be reporting a little later on, on the following sessions:
In case you hadn't heard, all you Project Flow & Tracker fans, I will be giving a splendid Project Flow & Tracker session at DrupalCon DC 2009!
When: Thursday, March 5
What time: 4:15
Where: Berners-Lee Room
Big news! The Online demo site is now open for business objects! Login, then click on the Project Flow & Tracker project.
- User: drupal
- Password: rocks
Check out PFT as a project itself!
Look around the project, roles, user stories, release and iteration elements (initial on-line help is up)
See http://groups.drupal.org/node/19199 for the complete write-up on groups Drupal org for more details -- practice your Spanish (will try to get English translation up hear ASAP)). It was really an event filled and memorable meeting. The fact that most were Drupal developers shows a sharp change and reflects the fast-paced growth of the professional and enterprise use of Drupal in Argentina.
I'm so excited: now that my book is out, I am freed up to get all geared up for DrupalConDC 2009! Among other things, that means getting Project Flow & Tracker all ready so that my session presentation can include a real, practical example, as well as allow the audience to leave with a usable web application either in their hands or on-line (all you can do right now is drill down from project to role to user story).
And I'm using PFT to bootstrap itself into existence. And there is a really cool online log of exciting Drupal 6 stuff I'm doing to get it done, including flagging "my current projects", embedded Views 2 with arguments, using NAT to create future OPMLable non-exclusive trees of nodes... well I'm having fun. See you at DrupalConDC 2009! And I hope to see you at my session!