I would be happy to do a session on Drupal, but I think that really
learning Git, as opposed to learning the bare number of commands you
need to survive, is a really good idea. I think that it also might be
more valuable to do a Drupal q&a discussion than a class.
I also think that the Gitfest bridges the gap between a class on a
topic and the hacking part of a hackfest, where folks get together to
actually build or fix something.
On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 1:42 PM, Fowler, Jason <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>Is there a way that these can be piggybacked or combined? Recently learned Git commands would be reinforced by actually using them during a hacking session.
> I think it would be awesome for the Hackfest to include learning sessions such as Gitfest and R-fest. Would it be a good idea to have part of the morning for learning sessions, say from 9-11, then move onto some hacks? If we can get a room from 9-5 we'd have enough time, I think.
> Would anyone volunteer to do a learning session on open ILS and Drupal at the Hackfest?
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