Drupal Europe will be taking place soon – different organization, different structure, same great community. There are a few things you need to know about this year’s edition of Europe’s largest Drupal conference, so let me tell you about them. But before I start, your case studies, as always, are more than welcome!
We're happy to announce Amazee's first Community Angel Julie Koenig!
What are community angels?
Community angels are experienced Amazee users who have been selected as a community angel by the Amazee team. They are Amazee's power users who know all the tricks and are qualified to help other Amazee users collaborate and run public projects successfully. All you need to do is contact them - they will be more than happy to help with all your questions.
How do I recognize a community angel?
It was in April 2008 when we for the first time met up with Swissnex's Birgit Coleman in Menlo Park. After an inspiring discussion, she suggested that we apply for the free CTI coaching process for Swiss Tech startups.
After a short downtime we are back with many cool new features.
There are quite a lot of useful changes, including cool widgets for the project magazine, many new navigational options, enhanced profile options, flexible project ratings and a lifestream. See below for a description of each new feature or just go to amazee.com and check them out in action.
UPDATE: the release is done and we are back online. Overall it took us 21 minutes, thanks a lot to the whole team! Release notes will follow.
Watch Prof. Project Pete and learn how to run kick-ass projects!
If there’s one thing I really enjoy about flying it's that shift from my daily info skimming routine to sustained and undistracted reading.
We just made it back to Zurich with a 12 hours delay. And since I’m well jet lagged and wide awake I’ll be happy to tell you about that amazee episode with US Airways!