drupal recording initiative

Drupal Recording Initiative: #DrupalCampLDN, #MidCamp, #NERDSummit

Submitted by kthull on Fri, 04/03/2020 - 09:12
top view of hauppauge pvr rocket with zoom audio recorder

March was a crazy month and I neglected my regular updates. Between touristing my first time in London, recording #DrupalCampLDN in person, flying back home just hours before the UK travel ban kicked in, adjusting to life in quarantine, working with my team to convert #MidCamp to an all-virtual conference, coordinating with #NERDSummit to also go virtual the same weekend as MidCamp, and then recovering from what was very likely Covid-19 myself (all the symptoms, but not bad enough to get tested), I had my hands full.

Drupal Recording Initiative: #DrupalCampNJ and #FLDC20

Submitted by kthull on Mon, 02/24/2020 - 15:48
conference badges next to shipping cases

I post updates on LinkedIn and to backers of the Drupal Recording Initiative, but I suppose blasting these via Planet Drupal is also a good idea. Well, at least until Drupal.tv adds that functionality (you can track that issue here).

Enjoy!

I give you 600-plus Drupal talks. You’re Welcome!

Submitted by kthull on Mon, 11/19/2018 - 13:38
Pelican case covered in Drupal camp stickers
Wow. What a year. I traveled to 15 camps this year for session recording (well, that includes MidCamp, which I also organize). In addition, I shipped equipment to Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit and Baltimore Drupal Camp. And finally, I provided direct support to DrupalCamp Ottawa, which chose to purchase equipment rather than chance customs delays.  Oh, and let’s not forget the highlight of it all: receiving the Aaron Winborn award at DrupalCon in recognition of my contribution. Since I am occasionally asked where people can find the videos I record, below is a recap of this year’s activity, with links to all the camp playlists.

Drupal Camp Session Recordings: A Year in Review

Submitted by kthull on Sat, 05/14/2016 - 10:46
hauppauge pvr rocket with zoom h2n audio recorder

It has been nearly a year since I’ve updated the status of my camp recording kits. Since DCSTL15, two other camps took me up on my proposal to sponsor my travel and hotel in exchange for me recording and posting their sessions: TCDrupal and BADCamp. And, of course, as a MidCamp organizer, that counts too. And with each of those camps, I’ve iterated and learned from invaluable successes and failures.

First off, here is a link to the current kit.