DrupalGov Canberra 2013

23 August 2013 from 8:30am to 5pm

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DrupalGov Canberra is a day-long summit on Drupal in the public sector in Australia, including universities and other quasi-government & non-government organisations.

Drupal is fast becoming the defacto standard for CMS implementations in the public sector. Roughly three­-quarters of major Australian Government agencies use Drupal in some capacity, many as their primary CMS. Drupal has seen exceptionally strong growth in this sector in the past two years, and we believe that the time is right for a public forum to bring together those who use this great open source product.

DrupalGov will focus exclusively on Drupal in the public sector. It will feature sessions for managers and business teams as well as more technical discussions.

28 speakers

28 sessions

University House

Australia Australia / Canberra

Cnr Balmain Crescent & Liversidge St, Acton, 2601

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30 known attendees

  • AKH
  • Mark Matuschka
  • Antony
  • Gerry Quach
  • Lauren Cochrane
  • Margery Tongway
  • Daniel Hoffman
  • Shaun Moss
  • John Sheridan
  • Pamela Barone
  • David Peterson
  • Daniel Tome
  • Shaun Moss
  • Mr. Snow
  • Christopher Skene
  • Martin Ollman
  • Robert Caracaus
  • Chris Ward
  • Martin Schwall
  • Kim Pepper
  • Phil Ingram
  • Justin Freeman
  • Geoff Dibley
  • Toby Wild
  • Christian Biggins
  • Tim Siers
  • Adam Malone
  • Stephen Ollman
  • Owen Lansbury
  • Joshua Li

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  • ryancross
  • Raja Shahzad
  • Chris Dubrow
  • Antony
  • Anton Baggerman
  • Claudine Chionh
  • Simon Lindsay
  • Magda Kostrzewa
  • Peter Lieverdink

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