Core topic discussions at DrupalCon Seattle 2019

DrupalCon Seattle includes are a number of core conversations where you can learn about current topics in Drupal core development, and a week of sprints where you can participate in shaping Drupal's future.

In addition to the core conversations, we have a few meetings on specific topics for future core development. These meetings will be very focused, so contact the listed organizer for each if you are interested in participating. There are also birds-of-a-feather (BoF) sessions, which are open to all attendees without notice.

Also be sure to watch Dries' keynote for ideas about Drupal's future! Check out the extended Dries Q&A session on Thursday as well to get even more questions answered.

All meetings will be in Room 507-508 in convention center, except for the retrospective on Thursday which is in Room 401 at the Convention Center, very close to lunch.

Time Topic Organizer
Monday, April 8th 1pm Automatic updates David Strauss
Monday, April 8th 4pm Symfony 4/5 meeting Alex Pott
Tuesday, April 9th 4pm Core compatibility, d.o, contrib semantic versioning discussion XJM
Wednesday, April 10th 11am Autosave in core discussion Cristina Chumillas
Wednesday, April 10th 3:30pm Media path to stable Adam Hoenich
Wednesday, April 10th 5pm CMI boundaries Fabian Bircher
Thursday, April 11th 9:45am Frontend deprecation, theme policies Lauri Eskola
Thursday, April 11th 12pm Initiative leads retrospective discussion Gabor
Friday, April 12th 10am Drupal strategy, how to do less, how to gracefully remove things Alex Pott
Friday, April 12th 11am Layout translations discussion Ted Bowman
Friday, April 12th 1pm Claro path to core Cristina Chumillas
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