Skip to main content

Agaric is Coming to Drupaldelphia this Friday

City Hall located at the heart of Center City-Philadelphia,PACity Hall in Philadelphia. Photo by Jason Murphy, licensed as Creative Commons By 2.0

 

Drupaldelphia is an annual camp held in Philadelphia happening this Friday May 10th for the open source content management platform, Drupal. The event attracts developers, site-builders, content administrators, designers, and anyone interested in using Drupal in their organization or upcoming project.

We're excited to have Ben present two sessions at the camp. Tickets are only $30 (if you buy today, May 7th!) and the day is packed with helpful presentations and hands-on clinics. See the full schedule.

Iterative UX: Find It Cambridge Case Study

2:15-3:45pm
Hussian Room 125

Developing a trusted, ongoing feedback loop with your users ensures that your project is effective and relevant. We call this approach Iterative UX and Ben will share how this looks in practice with the city of Cambridge. You will get a holistic, honest look at both the highlights and challenges of this type of relationship to help you apply Iterative UX in your projects.

Read the full description.

Scaling Community Decision-making

3:45-4:55pm
Hussian Room 125

Any libre software, volunteer, or even startup project will have elements of do-ocracy (rule of those who do the work) but not all decisions should devolve to implementors. Rather, a basic principle is that decisions should be made by the people who are most affected.

  • Learn why meritocracy ("rule of those with merit") is a completely bogus and harmful concept.
  • Gain a passing familiarity with various ways decisions are or have been made in Drupal.
  • Add sociocracy and sortition to your vocabulary and understand how these esoteric concepts can help our community scale.
  • See how Visions Unite is putting more democratic decision-making approaches into practice.

Read the full description.

Comments

Add new comment

The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.