Tag: sponsor

Multi-conference report coming

I’ve been to several camps this summer and early fall, but I haven’t really written anything about them since I mentioned sponsoring DrupalCamp LA 2011. I’ve decided that I’ll probably never document them individually but that a combined blog post would be reasonable. I’ll write this soon, probably next week (once things calm down a bit).

There will be pictures.

DrupalCon London 2011 – WizOne Solutions Individual Sponsor Page Now Live!

That link in the other post shouldn’t be showing access denied anymore. They published my sponsor page and are showing Individual Sponsors on the main Sponsors page now!

Here’s the link to my sponsor page: WizOne Solutions DrupalCon 2011 Individual Sponsor Page

I appreciate it, DrupalCon team!

WizOne Solutions is an Individual Sponsor of DrupalCon London 2011

For some reason, I like sponsoring the Drupal events I attend. Maybe it’s an ethic I’ve picked up in my volunteer work. As a freelancer, I usually don’t have the revenue to be a big sponsor, but I’ve given what I could back to SANDCamp 2011, Drupal Design Camp LA 2011, Drupal Camp Sacramento Area 2011, and now…

I’m an Individual Sponsor of DrupalCon London 2011! (sorry if the link doesn’t work; I think only I can see it. However, take the friendly Access denied message you may receive as proof that the page does exist. It would say Page not found if it didn’t!

It’s curious that I would choose to sponsor an event that I’ve already invested a bunch in, but I think it’s that very reason that motivated me to do so. After all, what’s another £65? I’m happy to be chipping in a bit to bring worthy Drupal contributors to the conference. £65 could probably buy a one-way Ryanair ticket (maybe both ways with some of their prices…) or most of a night at a hotel! Apparently, Individual Sponsors will now also get some props and mentions – but I’ll tell you a secret: despite my Twitter exchanges, I was planning to sponsor even if I didn’t get mentioned for it.

Perhaps it’s just the “spirit of giving” that characterizes the Drupal community and makes it such a powerful product.

Sponsor Fill PDF’s “Send as Email” Feature

Just a quick note that I’ve started a ChipIn jar for this Fill PDF issue: Automatically email the PDF upon generation.

The amount is just $160. I think this would let me set aside the time to implement this feature or document how to achieve it with existing Drupal modules. I know this has been a “pain point” for a few people (I’ve even had two separate work offers for it!) That’s why I figured that, given a chance to sponsor this, people might be up for it.

All contributors will be thanked personally on my blog, Twitter account, and for a little while at least on the Fill PDF project page.

So why wait? Contribute!