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Frequently Asked Questions

It's an event aimed to leverage the sharing of knowledge about Drupal and to facilitate learning Drupal in an open environment. Drupalcamp is an intense, participant-driven event, hosting workshops and demos, and following the format of “unconferences” as opposite to official conferences (such as OSCON, DrupalCon, LinuxCon, etc.). Participants submit proposals before the event is held, and the schedule is designed based on these proposals. The overall goals of Drupalcamp are to connect local and regional communities and to allow the sharing of knowledge. Drupalcamps are community sharing and training events for Drupal enthusiasts.

This is the second Drupalcamp in Romania. The previous one took place in Timisoara.

The event will take place in English. There will be some exceptions but only related to Romanian Community that will be in Romanian language.

Drupal is a free opensource content management system written in the PHP programming language and distributed under the GPL ("GNU General Public License"). It is used as a back-end system for many different types of websites, ranging from small personal blogs to Enterprise 2.0 collaboration and knowledge management uses to large corporate and political sites, including and

Yes! Sessions will both cover beginners and advanced Drupalers.

The official Drupalcon is a chance to learn more about where modules are moving in the future, and to meet the people behind the modules you use. In contrast, our tracks tend to cater to newbies and professionals working with Drupal. Showcase sessions show off excellent sites built with Drupal, by explaining what they do and how the were built. There are plans to hold beginner and immediate level sessions while other tracks can focus on development.

The Romania Drupal Community is an informal organization of people from Romania interested in Drupal. We hold meetings to discuss Drupal and share new things we've learned, in different cities of Romania like: Cluj, Timisoara, Bucharest, which anyone can attend. Before the meetings, and sometimes at other times, we have "co-working" time, where we meet and work on our own Drupal projects, in an atmosphere of sharing ideas. We have a forum, where people post Drupal jobs, ask questions, and announce news of interest to the local Drupal community. And we also put on Drupalcamps.

The event is in May 7-8 2011! Sessions can be submitted by registered attendees up until April 11. At some point we will open up voting to all attendees.

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The House of Culture of Students Bucharest is a public institution under the authority of the Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sports, withing the National Authority for Youth and Sports.

It was build at the initiative of mr. Stelian Popescu, the president of the Universul company, with a project by arch. Petre Antonescu engineered by Emil Prager. The building was inaugurated on 18th of November 1937 and was known to past generations of students from 1957 until 1982 as "Grigore Preoteasa" House of Culture of Students.

The Bucharest House of Culture of Students is providing resources and promoting for cultural, educational, entertainment and non-formal education interdisciplinary activities that target the students community and youth in general.

See our "Getting there" page.

The registration fee is 85 ROL (approx. 20 EUR). We introduced the fee to cover the costs for on site catering for lunch breaks.

We are using ePayment Platform to process online payments for Drupalcamp Bucharest. You have a lot of payment options you can chose: Visa, Mastercard, Eurocard, Diners Club, PayPal and others. You can also opt for Bank/Wire transfer payment. ePayment is an eCommerce solutions integrator, leader on the Romanian market and Drupalcamp sponsor as well.

Unfortunately no. There's no refund policy at Drupalcamp Bucharest but you can find other attendee and sell him your ticket. Contact us to move you ticket to other registered user.

Any attendee can submit a session for consideration. You will need to create an account on this site, register as an attendee, and then submit a session. We will make an announcement once the session proposal will be open.

As soon as sessions have been submitted we will allow voting on the sessions. Once voting is complete a mix of sessions will be selected taking into account the votes and the bias among voters (voters will be registered well in advance of most attendees and are more likely to want advanced sessions, so some sessions with a focus on the beginner user may get selected over an advanced topic with lots of votes).

We don’t know yet. We’re expecting everybody that loves Drupal or wants to know more about Drupal. We expect we can comfortably host 300+ people.

Everything about you related to Drupalcamp Bucharest 2010 is here. We’ll pull your full name for your conference badge from here, along with some other information to make meeting like-minded people easier.

Unfortunately, no. Each person’s profile holds their conference registration information.

We’ll send you a few emails leading up to the conference, but that’s it. Then when you sign in at Drupalcamp Bucharest 2011 all you need to do is provide your registration info.
Yes! Check out the different packages here and contact us.

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