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posted by mvc in on Sep 8, 2011 - View profile

Montreal, Quebec

DrupalCampMontreal 2011

Saturday September 17 2011

Venue: McIntyre Medical Building, McGill campus, downtown Montreal
Address: 3655 Promenade Sir William Osler, Montreal, QC
Cost: $20
Accessibility: The McIntyre building is wheelchair accessible, including washrooms.

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DrupalCamp Montreal 2011 is the 4th annual conference organized in Montreal and focussing on the open source content management system Drupal, which is used by many non-profits, including the Dominion and the Media Co-op. The purpose of this and most DrupalCamps is to bring together like-minded members of the Drupal community to share knowledge, network, and socialize. This year we expect over 200 attendees, and will augment the open-space concept with scheduled presentations and suggested informal sessions (BOFs).

This event is bilingual (English/French) and will be held in an accessible space with the exception of the Saturday night social gathering.

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