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Microserve: DrupalCamp Bristol 2016 - 22nd to 24th July

Planet Drupal - Mon, 04/07/2016 - 14:01
DrupalCamp Bristol 2016 - 22nd to 24th JulyJul 4th 2016

DrupalCamp Bristol is back for a second year, with a variety of talks covering hot topics in the Drupal (and wider digital) area. This year we will be hosting the event over 3 days with a Business Day, Conference Day and Sunday Sprints which is open to all.

Business Day (Friday 22nd July)

The event is aimed at business leaders and decision makers who are already familiar with Drupal, however client-side digital managers who are either responsible for a Drupal website or are considering using Drupal as a CMS of choice in the future will certainly find the day useful.

The event will be held within Colston Hall's prestigious Lantern room, and will feature lunch and refreshments throughout, along with a social event later in the evening at Colston Yard. Thank you to our kind sponsors for providing the bar tab!

This year we welcome the following talks:

  • New and improved … and amazing! Selling tech as business value, not shiny widgets. - Jeffrey A. "jam" McGuire (Open Source Evangelist, Acquia)
  • Elementary, my dear Watson (the movie guide to accessibility) - Léonie Watson (Senior Accessibility Engineer, The Paciello Group)
  • We hold these Online truths to be self-evident - Andrew Godleman (Transport for London Online)
  • Story mapping and sketching: humanising the requirements process - Mike Dunn, Will Scott (UX Consultants, Sift Digital)
  • Personalisation: The Holy Grail - Ben Wilding (MD, Cameron & Wilding)
  • Client Panel: a Q+A session with digital managers and product owners managing Drupal websites

Tickets are available via Eventbrite here.

Conference Day (Saturday 23rd July)

The event is primarily aimed at agency teams who use Drupal regularly, such as developers, PMs/AMs, and other agency team roles, and will consist of both high level talks and in-depth technical talks to suit all. This year we are welcoming a larger number of speakers over 3 individual tracks.

The event will again be held at the University of Bristol's School of Chemistry, and will feature lunch and refreshments throughout, along with a social event later in the evening at Zero Degrees. We are still looking for a Saturday Social Sponsor - please get in touch if you are interested. 

We are also pleased to announce a Quiz this year as a change to the closing session. Prizes will be given to the best teams!

The full timetable can be found here.

Tickets are available via Eventbrite here.

Sprints (Sunday 24th July)

If you are interested in staying for the weekend and would like to get involved with Drupal community contribution, then please feel free to attend the Sunday sprints. Torchbox have kindly provided their offices from 10am to 4pm and refreshments will be provided. Tickets are free, although we ask you to sign-up via Eventbrite to register your interest.


Looking forward to seeing everybody there,

The DrupalCamp Bristol Committee.

Written by: Rick Donohoe, Account Manager

Microserve is a Drupal Agency based in Bristol, UK. We specialise in Drupal Development, Drupal Site Audits and Health Checks, and Drupal Support and Maintenance. Contact us for for further information.

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Mike Hommey: Announcing git-cinnabar 0.4.0 beta 1

Planet Debian - Mon, 04/07/2016 - 12:45

Git-cinnabar is a git remote helper to interact with mercurial repositories. It allows to clone, pull and push from/to mercurial remote repositories, using git.

Get it on github.

These release notes are also available on the git-cinnabar wiki.

What’s new since 0.3.2?
  • Various bug fixes.
  • Updated git to 2.9 for cinnabar-helper.
  • Now supports bundle2 for both fetch/clone and push (https://www.mercurial-scm.org/wiki/BundleFormat2).
  • Now Supports git credential for HTTP authentication.
  • Removed upgrade path from repositories used with version < 0.3.0.
  • Experimental (and partial) support for using git-cinnabar without having mercurial installed.
  • Use a mercurial subprocess to access local mercurial repositories.
  • Cinnabar-helper now handles fast-import, with workarounds for performance issues on macOS.
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jfhovinne opened pull request ec-europa/platform-dev#715

Devel - Mon, 04/07/2016 - 12:08
Jul 4, 2016 jfhovinne opened pull request ec-europa/platform-dev#715 NEXTEUROPA-12128 1 commit with 4 additions and 0 deletions
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