Come collaborate in person with hundreds of other Drupal community members from 9:00-18:00 on Friday, 3 October at the RAI Amsterdam. This awesome day of collaboration is open to anyone; you do not need to be registered for the conference to participate. There are also other sprint days available.
Sprints will be at the Amsterdam RAI. Go to Entrance E (located to the left of Entrance G). Mentored Core Sprint and First-time Sprinter Workshop participants, please check in on the ground level and then go to the upper level (Ruby lounge and Room E102). Core and contrib sprints will be on the ground level (Forum lounge).
Sprint check-in, Drupal core and contrib sprints (Forum Lounge)
First-time Sprinter Workshop (Room E102) and Mentored Core Sprint (Ruby Lounge)
- Drupal 8 Multilingual Initiative sprint led by Gábor Hojtsy
- Getting D8 done: Resolve outstanding criticals blocking 8.x release led by xjm
- Drupal 8 Front-end united! led by LewisNyman, rteijeiro, JohnAlbin
- Drupal.org sprint led by tvn
- Search API for Drupal 8 led by drunken monkey
- #d8rules - Rules in Drupal 8 led by fago
- Drupal Media led by Dave Reid
- Migration testing led by Ryan Weal
- Content Staging in Drupal 8 led by dixon_
- And more... on more days
We are currently collecting your sprint initiatives so we can list them here for others to find and get excited for.
Other sprints on Friday for people experienced in their topic, but new to Drupal contribution:
First-Time Sprinter Workshop
If you're new to Drupal contribution, you can attend the FREE mentored workshop on Friday 9:00-12:00. The hands-on workshop will cover the basics of contribution essentials like the Drupal.org issue queues, IRC, git, and optionally setting up Drupal 8 on your laptop.
Mentored Core Sprint
If you are already have all the tools, have used the issue queue, have a working Drupal 8 development environment on your laptop, would like to work with a mentor to contribute to Drupal core, and would like help finding an issue to work on, or if you're not quite sure where to start contributing: come to the mentored Mentored Core Sprint. This sprint will run all day, with workshop attendees joining this sprint in the afternoon.
Sprint mentors will help you find a task for a Drupal core issue and then help you work on it. You can create patches for bugs, add documentation to issues, test patches, and more!
To get a head start, set up your Drupal 8 development environment before Friday. Attend the irc core office hours from home. Or, at the conference, we will have plenty of opportunities to help get you set up at any of our Get Involved BOFs (times and locations TBD), or you can come to the First-Time Sprinter Workshop in the morning.