As the local track chair for the frontend track, I’m posting this to encourage any last-minute session proposals bouncing around in your head to get typed out and proposed today. That’s right: Today’s the Portland Drupalcon session proposal deadline. Submit your proposal now! (And yes, nonprofit and nonprofit developer friends, there’s an NGO track too.)
Even if Bryght/Acquia/May First went out of business tomorrow, virtually all of its customers could find another vendor to take their system completely intact and get them up and running in an hour or two.
In return for NetSquared’s generosity, I wanted to post some tips for nonprofits thinking about using Drupal for their sites – when to use it and when not to use it, as well as a few useful tidbits from a recent workshop.