[consulting] and they call it drupalcamp

Gregory Heller gregory at civicactions.com
Thu Feb 23 01:59:26 UTC 2006

Perhaps the problem sets could include things like:
Port a contributed module from 4.6 to 4.7?
Integrate bug fixes or patches for a module

they could be submitted by the community, or culled from the forum
any revenue generated could go to defray costs for space, food,
trainer's and organizer's time, back to drupal, and maybe to the
"student" in an amount no greater than the cost of the camp (if there is
a cost associated).

Another option could be completing an entire website project for a non
profit organization.

David Geilhufe wrote:
> Back in the dot com boom, a company called ARS Digita did "boot
> camps."  I like the name "Drupal Camp"
> These basically were 2-5 day training sessions for developers. You
> went the camp, learned some basics and then completed some "problem
> sets" collaboratively with the folks at the boot camp. A problem set
> would be something like creating a module. Perhaps the problems could
> be something like:
> 1. Create a basic module.
> 2. Create a module that exercises parts of the Drupal API thoroughly.
> 3. Create a new theme
> 4. ?
> This would also be a great addition to the handbook for folks to
> self-study.
> If someone with more drupal skills were to work with me, we could come
> up with a few problem sets to start putting together on the Handbook.
> david

Gregory Heller
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