Saturday's DrupalCampNYC 10 was a blast, and our biggest so far! Nearly 400 of us converged on John Jay College for a day of Drupal learning and hanging out, and the activity on Twitter was very cool to see.
Now that the sessions are done and the mountain of bottled water is put away, what happens next?
Our Continuous Improvement Call for Feedback, in the form of a Survey
First and foremost, we want to know what attendees thought of this camp. DCNYC10 involved a lot of new approaches we hope will provide a good foundation for planning future camps, and your feedback is very important for making ongoing improvements.
If you were there, please take a few minutes to respond to our survey: http://bit.ly/dcnyc10-survey
Photos and Slides
If you've got photos from the camp, or slides to post, please be sure to tag with #dcnyc10 so they're easy to find. Our pics will be up in the next day or so.
There are many ways to keep in touch with your new Drupal friends, and stay looped in on the NYC Drupal community happenings. Be sure to:
http://www.facebook.com/Drupalcampnyc and upload pictures of the camp there.
DrupalCampNYC relies on volunteers from the community to make things happen. All are welcome to pitch in and contribute their ideas
and talents to make each camp better than the last.
Planning for the next camp will begin after New Years. Join the official mail list to keep tabs on where things stand and how you can help: http://bit.ly/dcnyc-list
Many thanks to everyone who came out to join us Saturday, and especially to our speakers for sharing their insights and expertise!
Didn't make it? Sit tight, we've got a survey coming later this week for you too!