It was great to see a balanced view of Drupal and receive some practical implementation information.
0 · September 7, 2009
I want to say a big "thank-u" to Julia for the time she spent preparing her presentation, and then giving it with that touch of humor - throwing a little fun into a dry topic made it more interesting. And to her, Sheena and Alan for their insightful responses during the panel. I now feel more at ease about tackling Drupal.
0 · September 5, 2009
While I really liked the expert panel Q&A personally, I thought it would have been helpful for the many people present who were obviously new to Drupal to have shown them a guided tour of both the front- and back-ends of the application. Thank you!
0 · September 3, 2009
I thought the presenters did a great job fielding a tough series of questions. I did think it was sometimes hard to understand the questions due to volume of the person asking the question but the presenters did a good job repeating the questions. I personally found a lot of the questions to be beyond my level of skill as I'm still a pretty low novice Drupal user, but it was great food for thought.
0 · September 3, 2009
Thought this was a meetup for absolutely brand new to drupal and want to see it, hear about it andask basic questions. Presentation was great! Q&A seemed to be dominated by current users with technical questions. Felt out of place asking a basic question. I think it is great to have this community around and if we do drupal I will be back, but I think this was the wrong meeting for me to come to. I suggest having a "I am brand new to drupal" meeting to encourage new people to join. I did not understand 75% of the q&a but I realize that it was useful for everyone else so I don't mind. Plus I learned that someone more experienced with web design should look over my shoulder :)
0 · September 2, 2009
I was just informed that parking might be tight for the building we are having our meetup in on Wednesday. (Building #18 of the PRC [url=http://www.rtp.org/main/index.p... Map of the PRC Campus)[/url]
Instead of turning right, towards building #18, when you enter the PRC campus, you can turn left to find overflow parking, then it's just a short walk to our building.
Looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow!
0 · September 1, 2009
My 'maybe' has unfortunately turned into a 'no.' I am very interested in this package, so will definitely have to catch up with the group the next time.
0 · August 31, 2009