Here at DrupalCamp Colorado we’ve been closely monitoring the public health situation and, we have decided that the safest way to hold our event this year is entirely online. We are disappointed we won’t be able to see our community in person, but we are committed to providing great content and opportunities to connect with members of the Colorado Drupal community and beyond.
We are working hard to finalize scheduling and logistics details and we’ll have a lot more to talk about in the coming weeks. Right now what we can say is that we are committed to moving forward with sessions, trainings and summits, as you have come to expect from DrupalCamp Colorado. We are working hard to translate those to an entirely virtual format, which means the implementation will be different than what you are used to, but the content will be equally, hopefully more, engaging.
Registration is open and we would love for you to join us online - we’re even going to be producing and mailing out camp t-shirts to individual sponsors who donate $25 or more as part of their camp registration. We’ll be revealing the design in the next 1-2 weeks and you will not be disappointed.
Our next milestone is finalizing the format of our sessions, so we can open our call for proposals - we can’t wait to see all the great content our community has to offer this year! You can expect to hear more from us about this in the next week, but please feel free to reach out via Twitter or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have immediate questions.