Bring on your sessions!
In the weeks before the camp, you are welcome to submit your session proposals here. The topics depend on you. Whether frontend, backend, performance, accessibility, module development, tools, teamwork, business or work-life balance. Just suggest what interests you.
The camp will be held mainly in English. However, if you would like to give your presentation in German, that is also possible.
It doesn't have to be advanced topics. Beginners' sessions are also explicitly welcome.
We will group the proposed sessions into themes at the end of April and put them in a rough order. On both days, however, we will start with a Barcamp Marketplace in the morning, where you can also spontaneously offer sessions. As a result, the final session plan - as is usual at barcamps - will only emerge on the day itself.
Are you looking for advanced sessions only?
No, this DrupalCamp is explicitly aimed at beginners as well. Besides, you never know who might be interested in a beginner session. An experienced backend developer might attend an introduction to accessibility. A frontend expert might be looking for an introduction to Docker / DDEV. Just offer topics you can talk about.
Can I hold a remote session?
No, there will be no remote sessions. For each of these sessions, we would always need someone to also take care of the technology and bridge streaming dropouts. We do not have staff for this.
Are the sessions recorded?
No, that would also be too time-consuming. However, we encourage speakers to post their sessions on the web afterwards. Either on the DrupalCamp website or their own. Or at least add a link list.
Can I request a session?
Sure. We start each day with a session marketplace. There you can also wish for topics. Maybe there will be someone who can tell you something about it