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Videos of all the sessions that were recorded at DrupalCon DC – all 102 of them – are now available to watch online. So if you missed a few sessions you wanted to see or couldn’t make the conference, take a day this weekend to sit back with a big cup of coffee to watch some amazing Drupal presentations.

You can access the videos in several ways. You can browse the session descriptions on the DrupalCon site and find links to videos in the comments, you can review the list of sessions on and in, or you can check out the Wall of Videos that Aaron Winborn created. We’re also working on integrating the videos into the DrupalCon DC website, so stay tuned for more on that.

We want to say a huge thank you to Ron Mulero and the entire video crew for the amazing work they did in recording more than 100 sessions and making them all available online just five days after the conference. Here’s how fast they moved:

  • 76 sessions were online within 24 hours of when they were presented
  • 83 sessions were online within 48 hours of when they were presented
  • 102 sessions were online within 5 days of the conference

Curious as to just how they did it? Ron explains the plan behind the video recordings here and gives more details on how it worked here.

There were a few sessions that were not recorded. We know a lot of you were doing your own video recordings, so if anyone captured any of these sessions – or any of the BoFs – please post links to the videos in the comments so we can add them to the archives.

  • Going Live: Content Scheduling with Slot Machine by Marco Carbone (video recording corrupted)
  • Acquia Update: Supporting Customers and More by Dries Buytaert, Jay Batson, and Tom Erickson
  • Using Intelligent Web Services for Semantic Drupal Sites by Frank Febrarro and Tom Tague
  • Optimizing Your LAMP Stack for Drupal by Eric Mandel
  • Boosting Our Raw Capacity to Provide Drupal Training by Sean Effel, Allie Micka, Lee Hunter, and Alex Urevick-Ackelsberg
  • Advanced Search with Lucene by Chris Pliakas
  • Project Flow and Tracker by Victor Kane
  • Multilingual Panel by Jose Reyero and Gabor Hojsty
  • Rich Text, Poor Text: Content Editing Options in Drupal by Dan Kurtz

... or, at least, that I can't seem to find is the "Data Importation: How to import enterprise level data" one.

Thanks again.


Hi Omar,
Glad to hear that you're enjoying the videos. The data importation session you mention actually wasn't one of the sessions that was selected to be in the final conference schedule. The talk might have happened as a BoF, but we don't have video of those.

-- Bonnie

This is a huge bonus for all those who couldn't afford the time or money to make it to conference. I am, for example, using them to share some of the conference's highlights with the rest of the Koumbit team.

I also really appreciated having the videos to watch on the long trip back home and, even now, I am able to catch the sessions that I was forced to miss due to scheduling conflicts.

Beyond all the other aspects of the conference that were well done, I'd say that this really adds huge value to the community.



As I noted on the more heavily commented "Almost All Videos are Online..." thread [ ] I've also posted almost all the sessions as audio only:

They're in .ogg format, so if you want to listen to them on your ipod you have a couple of choices...

forest mars