1. When and Where?
    DrupalCamp Colorado 2013 will be June 29-30 at the Wolf Law Building at the University of Colorado Boulder. Find out more via our Travel Page.
  2. How can I register?
    Registration is handled via EventBrite, head over to the registration page or directly to our EventBrite page to register!
  3. Why does my payment go to Open Media Foundation?
    The Open Media Foundation is DrupalCamp Colorado's fiscal sponsor. They provide accounting services as well as allow us to act as a Non-Profit Organization.
  4. Will lunch be provided?
    This year, we chose to not provide lunch to attendees as we'd simply be rolling the direct cost in to our ticket price. In an attempt to keep ticket prices lower, we will simply be offering suggestions for lunch that are within walking distance of the venue.
  5. I can only attend one day - is it worthwhile? Can I get a discounted ticket?
    We can't offer a discounted ticket because it would just be too hard to monitor whether someone showed up both days or just one. We are volunteer run and don't check the doors too hard - if folks have their badge then they get in the whole time. However, for $10, even attending one day is worth it!
  6. How can I sponsor DrupalCamp Colorado?
    We offer corporate sponsor packages for organizations wishing to sponsor the Camp. Some of these packages give you a booth in the common area. All corporate sponsor packages give you a link and logo placed on the website and printed schedule. Individuals also have an opportunity to give back. We offer two levels of individual sponsorship - $25 and $50. The camp itself loses money on each standard registration and corporate and individual sponsors help keep the camp available to everybody!
  7. What is Drupal?
    Drupal is a mature, open-source, PHP-based CMS and web application framework. Find out more at http://drupal.org.