[consulting] Drupal Professions Shop Conference Call

Gregory Heller gregory at civicactions.com
Thu Feb 23 16:30:53 UTC 2006


It doesn't sound like you are the target participant for this call.  The
target participant is a representative from a current Drupal Shop
(consulting firms specializing in drupal deployment, drupal development,
etc).  The idea is for shops that are doing lots of Drupal work to talk
about the work they are doing so that folks know what is going on in the
industry, any major client funded module development, and the challenges
that we are facing (like not having enough developer resources, etc).

This call is not intended for individuals who are dabbling in drupal.


Jason Flatt wrote:
> On Wednesday 22 February 2006 04:45 pm, Gregory Heller wrote:
>> Please respond to this message (keeping the subject and headers intact)
>> with the following information by Friday 2/24/06 at 5PM pacific (i will
>> then consolidate the results, reserver a conference line and send out a
>> notice to this list):
>>     Are you interested in this type of call?
> Well, no, not really, but see below.
>>     Are you available to make this particular date/time?
> I can be.  Though it may be a stretch.  That time is better than others you 
> could have picked.  :^)
>>     Do you have anything specific you would like to put on the agenda at
>> this time?
> No.  (Yes, lots.  But, no, not really.  Again, see below.)
> I am very interested in moving my career path in the Drupal direction, so I'm 
> open (and motivated) for anything that might help, even if it is something 
> outside of my normal mode of operation and/or pushes me out of my comfort 
> zone (the whole career change is somewhat out of my confort zone).
> While I have been doing computer and network service and support for over 10 
> years, I'm very much a newbie in this field (I haven't really been paying 
> attention to Web standards since about HTML 3.0), and don't even know what 
> are appropriate questions to ask or want to ask.
> While I would like to join in on the call, if I can swing the time, I suspect 
> I will not actually be bringing anything useful or relevant to the 
> conversation, from a Drupal point of view (though I might from a consulting 
> and/or computer consulting point of view).  Mostly I'm hoping that some of it 
> will rub off on me.  :^)  My point in answering is to say, "Yes, I'm 
> interested."  But, if I feel that I will be a hindrance, I will probably not 
> join in, rather than just hanging out for no really good reason.

Gregory Heller
AIM/SKYPE: GregoryHeller

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