Event FAQs for speakers and attendees
What should I talk about?
We're really keen for any Drupal related talks - they could be technical, design orientated or case studies of interesting or exceptional applications of Drupal. All that we ask is that your talk is not a sales pitch: the event is about sharing knowledge with each other, not trying to sell stuff.
What AV equipment is provided in the room?
There's a projector in the room which we can connect to most common display types. Most people present from their own laptop but if you'd rather email your presentation over in advance you are welcome to use one of our machines.
**Unfortunately the wireless internet access in the room is NOT very reliable, so please don't depend on it.**
Will the talk be recorded?
Yep! You'll get a professionally edited video of your talk just like these people: http://www.drupalshow... which you can tweet or embed on your site.
How long should I plan to talk for?
Please plan to talk for around 15 - 20 minutes with 5 minutes for questions afterwards. Having said this, we want the Show and Tell evening to be a relaxed affair, so we're not going to cut you off if you go a *few* minutes over.
How can I find the venue?
Drupal Show and Tell is based on the ground floor of the Clarence Centre, St George's Circus. (http://bit.ly/1MhjvNQ...) The closest tube station is Elephant & Castle.
If you're coming by tube to Elephant & Castle, head for the the exit marked Southbank University. When you get above ground turn right and walk along London Road. After about 400 metres you'll reach St George's circus where there's a tall obelisk. The main entrance to the Clarence Centre is on your right as you reach the junction.
What time should I turn up?
We start the first talk at 6:30pm. If you're able to get to the Clarence Centre 10 minutes before that, it will give us time to pour you cup of coffee and get you connected up to the projector and mic.