Session submissions are open for Florida DrupalCamp 2012. In addition to a dedicated, pre-planned beginner track, we currently have plans for 4 tracks of sessions for all levels of Drupal users. Potential presenters are invited to submit proposals for all aspects of Drupal development, site building, theming, site planning, and community involvement. This year, we're going to get away from the ideas of forcing sessions into single tracks and going to go with a tagging approach instead.
There are three ways to submit a session proposal:
Purchase a ticket. All attendees will need to purchase a ticket so this is your most expedient route.
Register without purchasing a ticket - this will be simply site registration; you will still need to purchase ticket to attend.
Use your login information from Florida DrupalCamp 2011 to login to the site. That's right - if you attended last year, you still have a registration for the site. Again, you will still need to purchase a ticket for the 2012 camp.
Once you're logged in, the "Submit Your Session!" link should appear on the top menu bar. Enter your session title and desciription, followed by the presenters, including yourself. After that, select the "Session Type" tags that describe your session - you may choose more than one. The rest of the form is for admin use, so go save the form and you're done. We'll take session submissions through the end of the year and then start selecting once the new year rolls around.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Don VanDemark.