As announced on stage at DrupalCon Denver, we have just opened the Call for Papers for DrupalCon Munich 2012, as well as Keynotes, call for trainings, scholarships, and registration. The Drupal Association and the Munich DrupalCon committee have been preparing for the next DrupalCon for months now. Things will move into high gear once DrupalCon Denver closes its doors, later this week.
Keynote speakersDrupalCon Munich announces keynotes by open source and industry visionaries, including Dries Buytaert - the founder of the Drupal project on talking on the future of Drupal, Drupal 8 and mobile speaking on Tuesday, August 21; Anke Domscheit-Berg, highlighting the issue of women’s role in the economy, especially women in management and in IT, speaking on Tuesday, August 22; and Fabien Potencier, CEO Symfony, speaking [About what?] on Wednesday, August 23.
Call for papersYour contribution is needed! Come to Munich and share your expertise with the most amazing open source community in the world. Submit your session ideas at http://munich2012.drupal.org.
Early Bird registration opens today!Registration for DrupalCon Munich is now open. The special early-bird rate is 350 EU for the first 250 tickets, after that the price is 400 EU until June 15, and 450. Late registration after August 1 will be 500 EU. The student rate is 200 EU. (all prices inclusive of VAT). Register now at http://munich2012.drupal.org before it is too late!
Call for trainingsThe Drupal project needs more contributors, site builders, and developers. We’re looking to cover the gamut from beginner to highly advanced trainings. Trainers and training companies, submit your trainings now! http://munich2012.drupal.org
Scholarship applications are now openDrupal is for everyone and everyone can enrich the project. If you would like to come to DrupalCon Munich but cannot afford the cost, a limited number of scholarships will be available. Submit your application at http://munich2012.drupal.org
You can keep up on DrupalCon Munich on Twitter @DrupalCon.