Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit 2012

All the drops gather here.
Seattle, October 20-21, 2012

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Submitted by michael.k on

Will you be discussing more than the Media module? It would be helpful to see a discussion about working with media in general that includes professional workflows that upload or acquire assets locally, not just ones that come from third party sites.

Also, please address the pain points of uploading thousands of images into nodes; uploading and transcoding videos (I use Video module with FFmpeg, but it doesn't play well with Media module); publishing media assets via a CDN like Amazon or Rackspace; uploading and theming large quantities of audio assets with transcripts; assigning date and other information/metadata to assets using EXIF, getID3, and other libraries.

Submitted by michael.k on

Menus are a constant pain point in Drupal, even simple drop-down menus. It would be great if you could talk about the necessary planning, code prep, and execution for professional-looking menus that quickly get a user into a complex site structure (and the breadcrumbs that follow).

So it would be nice to see discussion of how to cook up the right recipe for a particular site — beyond enabling Nice Menus or OM Maximenu — and achieving tasty variations of mega menus, menus with images and complex layouts, submenus, and integration with things like jQuery tabs, Ajax, etc.

Submitted by cnburnett on

Enjoyed your talk on this @VancouverDrupalCamp in June, Mack. Looking forward to this and some BoF sharing re mapping in October!

Submitted by jkopel on

It was a joke, or creative license, or a metaphor, or something.

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