Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I get to Drupaldelphia?
- How many people will be there?
- Who is Drupaldelphia for?
- How much does Drupaldelphia cost?
- What is Drupal?
- Who Uses Drupal?
- Who do I contact for more info?
How do I get to Drupaldelphia?
Drupaldelphia will be held at Alter Hall at Temple University
Take the Broad Street line to Cecil B. Moore station. Upon exiting, go north on Broad Street and take a right on Mongomery Avenue. Alter Hall is on the left before 13th street.
How many people will be there?
Last year Drupaldelphia attracted over than 200 participants, this year we are expecting more than 300.
Who is Drupaldelphia for?
It's not just for developers, there's also a track for people who may have never used Drupal but are interested in learning more about it. Drupaldelphia is for non-profits, educational institutions and anyone interested in learning Drupal or how it can help their organization.
How much does Drupaldelphia cost?
Registration is $20 for attendees, which includes a shirt, lunch, and access to wifi.
What is Drupal?
Drupal is an open-source content management system (CMS) written in PHP. Drupal provides a robust platform for publishing a wide variety of content on the web, and is used through government, publishing, commercial and non-profit organizations around the world. The Drupal community is incredibly strong and active. Learn more about Drupal and what contributors are doing at Drupal.org.
Who Uses Drupal?
Drupal is used by small to large organizations to manage their sites. The Economist, Examiner.com and The White House all are built on Drupal.