Europe's largest Drupal event in 2018
The community reimagines what a major Drupal event in Europe could be. Come experience it with us. Read more about it
Location & Dates
Darmstadtium in Darmstadt, Germany - with a direct connection to Frankfurt International Airport. Drupal Europe will take place 10-14 September 2018 with Drupal contribution opportunities everyday. Keynotes, sessions, workshops and BoFs will be from Tuesday to Thursday. Further program details to be announced later.
Become a volunteer
We can not run a great conference without a great team. Join us as a volunteer and contribute to Drupal without writing a line of code.
Interested? please contact:
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Can I help out?
Of course. Read more here and/or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I promote Drupal Europe?
You can help us promote Drupal Europe using this presentation at local meetups and DrupalCamps.
We’re already printing stickers, t-shirts and hoodies to help spread the word. Download our logo files (650k) or sticker print artwork (800k) so that you can too. Give us a ping on Slack for access to larger print promotion files.
How do I get there?
Is this the European DrupalCon?
No, there is no DrupalCon in Europe 2018 (it’s out on pause), but the Drupal community across 20+ countries in Europe are making a big conference happen in Europe in 2018. This is it, and it’s called Drupal Europe.
Can I submit talks?
Yes, but not yet. A team are working on our website, and as soon as it is up and running we’ll be accepting talks and BOFs. Follow us on Twitter or sign up for our newsletter, and you’ll be among the first to know.
Can I buy tickets?
Yes, look above! :)
Will Dries Buytaert be there?
Yes, Dries confirmed in his Twitter post that he'll be at Drupal Europe.
Where can I stay?
There are a lot of hotels in Darmstadt, and we will do our best to create offers with them, but we can’t promise anything. Follow us on Twitter or sign up for our newsletter, and you’ll be among the first to know. In the meantime, check out the hotel listings on Google maps or Airbnb to get an idea of the accommodation available.
DrupalCon Europe is taking a break, but it was loud and clear that the European Drupal community needs an opportunity to meet, connect and share. Because of this, we decided to organize Drupal Europe (the biggest Drupal event in Europe in 2018) with a group of community volunteers in collaboration with the Drupal eV (German Drupal Association) and the Drupal Europe Foundation. We'd like to update you on our progress and turn to you for input.
Some things that did not work well at DrupalCon will change, while we try to keep our favourite traditions. Reach out to email@example.com to get involved. We are super excited!
Our aim is to organize a sustainable event where people from the European (and global)
Our core values
- Decide how to handle talk/session proposal and selection process
- Marketing and Promotion — in the community and outside
- Volunteer management — can some tasks be crowdsourced?
- Adam Evertsson (AdamEvertsson)
- Baddy Breidert (baddysonja)
- Bert Boerland (bertboerland)
- Billy Wardrop (billywardrop)
- David Pacassi Torrico (dpacassi)
- Floris van Geel (idevit)
- Gábor Hojtsy (gábor-hojtsy)
- Ivo Radulovski (ivoradulovski)
- Janne Kalliola (jannekalliola)
- Lars S. Linnet (lslinnet)
- Levi Govaerts (legovaer)
- Luís Algarvio (lpalgarvio)
- Marc Dinse (dernetzjaeger)
- Matthias Schmidt (matjes63)
- Meike Jung (hexabinaer)
- Michael Lenahan (michaellenahan)
- Stefan Auditor (sanduhrs)