by Peter Wolanin
In case you haven't seen it yet, a tentative schedule for the upcoming Drupalcon is out today: http://szeged2008.drupalcon.org/program/schedule. I'm excited to see all the great sessions we'll have and looking forward to seeing those drupal.org usernames revealed again as walking, talking people. Thanks to everyone who voted for my session proposals - both have been accepted and scheduled for the main room:
- Drupal 6 menu system - architecture, do, don't and tricks (together with chx)
- Page serving and rendering (XHTML/XML/JSON, etc.) - now and Drupal 7
The former will have some detailed code examples and maybe a little flavor of Drupal Tough Love as we scour the current contributed modules for examples of ugly, broken, or just-plain-wrong menu code. The latter will be a more broad overview, and I hope will engender some discussion and feedback about the best approaches to take for Drupal 7.
Let me know if you have any particular aspects you'd like to see covered. See you in Szeged!
For the full list of presentations by Acquia's Drupal enthusiasts, see: http://acquia.com/events/drupalcon-szeged-2008