Mark your agendas because the Drupal project got a 200-person developer room at FOSDEM on Sunday, February 24th. FOSDEM, which stands for Free and Open Source Developers' European Meeting, is a yearly free and non-commercial event for the open source community, held in Brussels (Belgium). With more than 3,000 attendees coming from all over the world, FOSDEM is the biggest open source event in Europe.

We will use the developer room to meet, discuss, and talk about Drupal. Right now, we're looking for speakers so let us know in the comments if you want to give a presentation. Alternatively, feel free to request presentation topics as well. Joeri Poesen from Krimson is the lead schedule wrestler.

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mixel (not verified):

If you like, I would love to do something.

My interests goes mostly to "how to eliminate the programmer for web development" (like you say it in state of Drupal March 2007). It seams related to machup programming and web services. I probably have a strong opinion on it, but on FOSDEM it should be Drupal's view, not mine. In other words, I would love to make the presentation, but only when I can get feedback/support from the people who are more authorized to talk about Drupal's direction.

Kind regards,

P.S. I've been working on drupal the past two year now, but way to isolated, I hope to stop this and work more collaborative. I simply don't know how.