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Drupal Camp Comes to NYC (and just in time)

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, April 18 2006

What do the following sites have in common?

Spread Firefox, Good Storm, Jim Hightower, Jerry Brown, ACLU TV, Our Media, a grassroots media site; Congressman Barney Frank, New York State Senate Democrats and the SEIU#039s Purple Ocean Campaign.

ALL of these sites use Drupal - an open-source software that allows an individual or a community of users to easily publish, manage and organize a great variety of content on a website - at extremely low costs.

The NYC user community of Drupal will host a two day educational/training session on May 13 & 14. For Saturday and Sunday, DrupalCamp NYC will have sessions for all types of users - from introductory sessions for first time users - advanced users who want a better understanding of how to maintain their sites - to developers who are

really wanting to get their hands dirty and tear apart the source code.

DrupalCamp NYC is free of charge, and will be at Polytechnic University - Brooklyn Campus. For more information or to register visit - http://drupal-camp.org/DrupalCampNYC.

And if you are attending DrupalCamp NYC and want to also attend Personal Democracy Forum the next day, May 15, drop us an email at info@personaldemocracy.com with "DrupalCamp" in the subject line and we#039ll offer you a special attendee discount.