For those of you who made it out to DrupalCon Austin, thank you for helping us make this the best DrupalCon yet! For those who were unable to make it, we hope to see you at one of our upcoming DrupalCons— and, in the meantime, here’s some information to tide everyone over.
We had tons of great sessions at DrupalCon Austin, and are thrilled to share them with you. Check out the full video playlist to see all the great talks the Drupal community enjoyed, and make sure you share your feedback on your DrupalCon Austin experience in this survey.
This was the most widely attended DrupalCon yet, and also one of the most diverse! We had nearly 3,500 people from 60 countries in attendance, with a gender breakdown of 77% male, 20% female, 3% decline to share, and 13 individuals who self-identifed as “other.”
By the end of DrupalCon Austin, Drupal 8 had already been installed on 65 machines, and sprinters made huge progress on Drupal 8 beta blockers. But to get Drupal 8 out the door, we’ll need help from the whole community— so make sure you come to DrupalCon Amsterdam and DrupalCon Latin America to help us get the CMS up and running!
Just because Austin is over doesn’t mean that there’s time to relax. Make sure you submit your DrupalCon Amsterdam session ideas, training proposals, and scholarship/grant applications by this Friday, June 13th.
And, as a last reminder, when one DrupalCon ends, planning on another begins! DrupalCon Los Angeles is coming in 2015. We hope to see you there!