Dec 01 2015
Dec 01

This week a lot got undone, broken, recovered and then some.

Worked on the product backlog, not quite ready for public consumption yet but getting there, sprint backlog for the week:

  • Shop for VPS
  • Setup VPS 
  • Migrate to VPS
  • Fonts – via CSS
  • Sort out Contact Form (emails not working)
  • Sort our Domain name and DNS stuff (may need an expert’s assistance)
  • Backlog grooming – WIP

Acquia Cloud Professional would be nice, would make life much easier, support would be kick ass (and needed) but is out of my budget! time to count the pennies and find a candy store that fits the budget. Bluehost.com or DigitalOcean.com…. went with DigitalOcean, gives an SSD, quite a bit of computing power on a budget, has no developer tools though, will need to get devops help and learn some devops stuff myself (kind’a and kind’a not looking forward to that) but hey you get what you can afford!

  • Added an SSH key, instructions easy enough to follow
  • Am in as root! (nice!)
  • its an Ubuntu VPS, LAMP stack, phpmyadmin installed
  • explored setting up DNS and nada – haven’t got time for this, my sprint capacity is significantly reduced this week and possibly the next too! can’t wait, time to call in devops help, Asim enlisted to help set up DNS for agileforpeace.com for the VPS and opensocial.agileforpeace.com for my social transformation site (thank you Asif)
  • With not much to do, dived into CSS architecture (for Drupal 8)… 10 mins later… need to find an idiot’s guide to CSS in Drupal!
  • Had good wins today, the fear of the terminal is dissipating.
  • Need to migrate my site from Acquia Cloud to the new VPS environment.
  • Installed backup and migrate, activated it and disaster strikes! backup and migrate broke the site and can not access the extend page to uninstall.

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  • Looked up uninstall backup_migrate using Drush since I could not access the extend page – nada!
  • But if I go to an invalid URL it seems to work but can’t access anything in the admin menu, insanity!

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  • Tried disabling using Drush (drush dis -y backup_migrate && drush pm-uninstall -y backup_migrate), did not work, tried a bunch of stuff, whatsoever google threw up as candidate solutions.
  • Decided to take the simplest option and restored the site from backup on Acquia insight, easy enough.
  • I’ll take the small win and call it a day!
  • Started day 4 with a nice surprise, my first contribution! wooHoo.. the joy of little things!
  • It was a tough start, forgot my admin password again (blistering barnacles)! and remained locked out for the a good part of the timebox! tried a number of suggested means to recover the admin password using Drush, it was one fail after another! eventually reached out to @Dakku for help and it turns out its a pretty simple process!
  • Attempted migration from the DB back up – something migrated but not quite, need to figure out what went wrong, the theme didnt quite work even though its Bartik straight out of the box, am beginning to have doubts about maintaining a VPS by myself.

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  • Am back in but am out of time, more on day 5.
  • bulbbulb In terminal type: cd /var/www/html/yoursite.dev/docroot/sites/default
  • Once in the directory, type: /usr/local/bin/drush8 uli
  • You will get a return value that looks like: /user/reset/1/1448057351/JY2957SilWctPfNfN1gUQ2bT5lS-NvCwjt3heDqdu5A.
  • Copy everything from “/user/….” onwards and paste it after your domain in the address bar in the browser e.g. http://yourdomain.com/user/reset/1/1448057351/JY2957SilWctPfNfN1gUQ2bT5l...
  • Go to that url, this is a one off password change process, you can reset your admin password.

Decision time! I can spend time building my site in D8 with dev tools to support me (on Acquia Cloud) or I can build without them and pick up needed devops skills to manage my VPS; time being the deciding factor am ditching the VPS route and will continue with Acquia Cloud, as for affordability found out as an Acquian I get an environment as an employee benefit! wooHoo! Though it seems this week was not as productive but got a couple of nice wins and picked up some more Drush (the fear of the terminal is dissipating! BTW DrushCommands.com is a pretty epic resource).
Retro time

      • Shop for VPS
      • Setup VPS –
      • Migrate to VPS (theme isn’t working)
      • Fonts – via CSS
      • Sort out Contact Form (so that it sends out emails)
      • Sort our Domain name and DNS stuff (may need a subject matter expert to assist)
      • Backlog grooming – WIP

Having decided to stay on Acquia Cloud I can focus on the site backlog in week 5, (mental note: need to pick up the MVP backlog items soonish).

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Nov 20 2015
Nov 20

More a log than a guide, but you get the idea! its a lengthy log this week, a lot got undone, done and then some. Backlog for the week:
  • Fonts
  • Contact Form (customise it)
  • Translations (Lingotek)  
  • Take the site online 
  • Toy around with Drush
Not part of the backlog, decided to update core, followed the instructions to the letter, used Drush and broke the site completely! ha! ‘A little learning is a dangerous thing; drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring’ … and yes did not back it up did see Drush had created a back up but have failed to locate it! was going to take it online anyhow, so decided to rebuild on Acquia CloudSite folder on DT02Site folder on DT02 Would be interesting to see how long it takes to rebuild it! good organisation should make the task a tad bit easier! Revisions made to node/1 were not in the .txt file, extracted them from node_revision_body from the database (a little learning can be a useful thing too) – a small win on a rough day!
  • Logged into Acquia Cloud, spun up a free subscription, installed D8.rc3, and got cracking! 
  • Only downer is can’t add contrib modules without figuring out how to SFTP, or using Drush. For now staying clear of Drush! fear of the terminal is back!
  • Set up path aliases, was a quick and easy introduction and gets rid of the node/n in the address bar, of course good for SEO and all that jazz.
  • I know there is an easier way to justify text alignment via CSS but that’s going to take some time to get to grips with so taking the long but short cut with HTML to <p style=”text-align:justify”>.
  • It was a good day, a forced refresher on getting sh*t done and it took less than 2 hours to get the site back on track a little ahead of the previous version too! wooHoo! 
  • Tested the contact form but it won’t work, a bit of digging around and seems SMTP Authentication Support needs to be installed, am after a quick win today, decided to install and toy with Lingotek instead.
  • Dang it! can not upload to Acquia Dev Cloud, dug around, need SFTP or SSH access, ok set up my SSH Public Key, downloaded FileZilla, followed the instructions and nada! time to put the fear of thescreen-grab-lingotekscreen-grab-lingotek terminal behind me (again) bounced around from page to page but finally got in WooHoo! installed LingoTek in the wrong place Blistering Barnacles!
  • Tried to uninstall LingoTek, could not (commands I’m seeing online don’t work for me), Ok so the next best thing is to install LingoTek in the Dev folder but nothing in the sites folder! Bizarre! or may be not!
  • Anyway reading up on Drush and installing modules on Acquia Cloud and WTF! there is aenable live devenable live dev simpler way to do so! Why is this nugget buried so deep! Evidently all I needs to do is go to my Sites/Cloud and ‘Enable Live Development‘ 
  • That done time to check out LingoTek, copy link address, install, enable, wait, enable dependencies, enable job done! Lingotek Translation itself, lemon squeezy!

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  • Ending day 2 on a colossal WIN, I have translations for basic pages and articles in Arabic, Bulgarian, French, Hindi, Spanish and Urdu, the main and footer menus are not translated as yet, neither do I have language select buttons/icons enabled, to access the languages I have to go by the language code in the URL and its not perfect I still need our Peace Through Prosperity volunteers to check and edit  multilingual content but they’ll  have less to do. LingoTek kicks ass!
  • Time to take on the font challenge!
  • Noticed whilst on my local environment I was having problems installing modules, kept getting error messages that told me nothing other than it’s an error (FFS!), however haven’t been getting many of those on the Cloud.
  • AnyHoo, for fonts decided on Google Webfont Loader API, comes highly recommended by @Dakku and has a D8 recommended release out too, so what could go wrong. Installed, enabling took ages and it works but… there are only two font added to the library of fonts  (not exactly a library!), all a bit anti-climatic!
  • Not quite what I expected, font attempt five or is it six now is a fail! uninstalled the Google Webfoot Loader API and am going to start exploring the CSS route one of these days. 
  • Its Menu translation day – why hasn’t LingoTek got an automated workflow for menu item translations? got it done but what a pain! suggested improvement for LingoTek: have multiple language translations for a menu item on the same page please! a lot of unnecessary back and forth in the workflow.
  • Decided to spend time on CSS so that I need not rely on modules to change fonts and to get the menu translations in place between day 4 and 5, SMTP set up and the contact form will have to wait its seems a bit complicated and will need help on this in the know, as a starter have bookmarked CSS architecture (for Drupal 8) and Drupal 8 Theming Fundamentals to my reading list.
Its a big day, the WIP site gets opened up for demo on the blog!  Retro time!
  • Fonts – tackled again, failed, avoided (need dragon glass to tackle this one)
  • Contact Form (customise it)
  • Translations (Lingotek)
  • Take the site online
  • Toy around with Drush
  • Backlog grooming
..and disaster strikes! somehow managed to lock myself out! can’t recall the password! dang it! it was such an awesome run! need help on this, tried SSH, can SSH but getting access denied for getting DB backups and hesitant to do too much using Drush, remember day 1’s lesson well. Added @Dakku to the Site ’Team’ on Acquia Cloud and its all good.  Week three has been an epic adventure! am clearly trying to run before I can walk but am finding the platform is coaxing me to do so! what little surface I have scratched has opened up a whole bunch of stuff to add to the open social backlog and am getting pretty confident quite a bit of it could be handled by myself! yes humility is a must have EM trait!. Week four will start with an upgrade to Drupal 8.0.0 WooHoo…! in the mean time feast on this…..in seven languages! Open Social Transformation PTP03Open Social Transformation PTP03

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Nov 12 2015
Nov 12

More a log than a guide, but you get the idea! Day 1’s timebox went on user stories and sprint goals (1 week sprints btw); this sprint’s goals are;
  • main menu,
  • footer menu,
  • social (Twitter) feed
  • static content for pages
  • font face
  • Favicon
The allocated time b/w days 2 and 5 are 3 hours in total, so lets see how I fare this week. Started with aesthetics in the hope they’d be the easy wins. 
  • Changing font face – fail: Googled and it appears all I need to do is change the font type in a style.css filesite building D8 font issuesite building D8 font issue , first fail was there is no style.css in the Bartik components folder, did find font types in the elements.css file, edited it, added Arial and nada!
    Went on a module hunt, found font-your-face – installed, did not work, looked up the documentation and does not show up under admin/config/settings/user interface. packing in on the should’ve been an easy win and moving to the next item on my backlog.
  • Favicon success – downloaded Favicon, installed and it has a configure link under extends, first module I’ve come across that links its settings/config page from the module description link from the Extends page (good UX, thank you dave-reid). Initially the .ico file upload didn’t work, thought it might be a cache issue, cleared cache (mysite/admin/config/development/performance) did not work, decided to try renaming the file name and wooHoo! it works. Decided to call it a day with a small win.
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Newbie tip bulbbulb

I took a screen grab of ‘Bartik’s block regions demonstration’, printed it and pinned it to the wall and added it to desktop 2 as a wallpaper – am sure over time I’ll know whats where but for the time being its proving to be a good idea.

WooHoo, its a Saturday and though still working on a project (not really a weekend) am going to take some out for this.
  • Twitter feeds turned out lemon squeesy, with a work around, Twitter widget in a block instead of waiting for maintainers to sort their D8 modules out, thanks Dakku. Five mins into it and job’s done, there is a now a Twitter feed widget on the site! WooHoo! got carried away added a Twitter search box on #peacebuilding and #entrepreneurship, two big wins in less than 10 mins, am on a roll!
  • Next up was Social sharing, searched selected Easy Social, downloaded, installed, read the documentation, fail…. another 10 minutes invested into it… fail fail! should have quit on a win but anyhow failed fast enough to have some time to spare on other backlog items. 
  • So over to Footer menu it is. Added a bunch of menu links but not quite what I had in mind: 
Footer 001Footer 001 Got undone on finding any attributes to the menu setup that allows for external links to be opened in a new window, dug around and found its not possible without a module to manage menu attributes, It took a little bit of time, found one that is D8 ready, and guess what… does not work! fail! Went through the Readme file nothing under admin/configurations tried getting to the  setting using /admin/config/user-interface/extlink and nada! blistering barnacles! Back on the footer menu fumbled around and wooHoo that’s more like it, now to split them out: Footer 0020Footer 0020 Am wondering if I am going about searching for modules the wrong way round for it seems like an awful waste of time trawling through different contrib modules trying to see if they are D-8 ready or not, thought there is this site that lists the status of the top 100 contrib modules it doesn’t cover all of them and when using Google the ones that do turn up are those on D.O and there is just so much noise there! All the contrib modules I have installed and all of the ones that tell me in their Readme file that I will find config links under Admin/configurations –  none have turned up on that page, and when I have tried getting to the  setting using /admin/config/modulename/settings have had no joy either! this pattern suggests something is going wrong with my install! maybe!?” cleared cache too and still nada! more blistering barnacles!! I had a partial win with Footer Menu blocks, am going to take that and come back to this another day.

Its day 4, its shorter, need to stay focused on getting a win.. need it today.

  • Decided to go with the contact form, was easy enough apart from the fact that I could not figure out how to edit the tables for the default form, that’s a ‘nice to have’ so stuck to the ‘must have’ scope and extended the default form as required with custom fields. It was simple, took a bit of toying around but did not need to reach out or Google any how to’s. its a good win, was quick enough so decided to take on a couple of one more task.
  • #OpCleanup; decided am going to clean up all these modules that don’t work, err no uninstall button, its Google to the rescue, a little strange that to uninstall the modules I have to go here: /admin/modules/uninstall and there is no link to it from the extend page! may be I am missing something here. With another win and on a roll decided to look into this unexpected error I’ve been getting intermittently when installing contrib modules:
  • Found a page on D.O on the issue and responded to by a colleague! hello Eric! but the details’way too technical for my current knowhow or lack of! am going to wait till 19th Nov, assuming Dev Desktop will see an update the same day and reinstall Drupal 8 and see if that changes anything, failing that will be badgering some of my TA colleagues.
Was a washout! not enough hours in the day to fit everything! quick retro;
  • main menu,
  • footer menu,
  • social (Twitter) feed,
  • static content for pages,
  • font face
  • Favicon

Did not get to put in anymore than 2 hours over the week, got to >80% of my backlog, broke through last week’s blocker, got stuck on something allegedly trivial, that’s a good week! Looking forward to week 3, I’ll be jumping in font first! 

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End of week 2 this is where I am at, not bad!

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Mar 01 2015
Mar 01

DCLondon-2015-01DCLondon-2015-01 #DCLondon 2015 was nothing short of Epic, Drupal Camp London has in its own right become a mini-Con, with community members flying in from not only across Europe but the US, India, Australia and New Zealand it is hard to call it just a London camp!

London is the centre of the multiverse!
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Bummed about not being able to catchup with everyone though!!

I’d like to reiterate my two asks from the community this March:

1) Like, Follow and spread the word on Bringing Peace Through Prosperity, it goes hand in glove with our activist nature and desire to make this rock a better place today, tomorrow and beyond.

2) Drupal Camp Tunis needs our support to bring their local community into the wider fold, the organisers at DCTunis are looking for speakers and support.

And a HUGE thank you to everyone who attended my session…

See y’all at the next Camp!

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Oct 27 2013
Oct 27

Drupal

Drupal

There were four drupal camps  for 2013 on my radar… three firsts in Lahore, Karachi, Dubai and Islamabad’s second camp, and as with most plans.. things got skewed after Lahore!

Back in March at Drupal Camp Lahore we had the unpleasant experience of an individual announce himself as a contender for  ‘douche of the community’ award!  spewing out bigoted, racist opinions about fellow community members  from Bangalore whilst we had the Bangalore community with us over Skype…  you can read the details here. Unfortunately that was not the last we heard from the ‘Douche’, instead of apologising and seeing the errors of his ways the ‘Douche’ having been taken to task by several members of the local community announced his own camps in Karachi and Dubai soon after, with dates to coincide to those organised by ourselves. So we called it a day in the summer and postponed Drupal Camp Karachi to November and Dubai thereafter. Yes… I am venting, am a little annoyed for there has been malice at work from the very start to sabotage the efforts to nurture a single cohesive community in Middle Earth.

Being the first in Karachi or Dubai was not the objective, doing it right was and remains! now on to the upside! Having my summer schedule blown wide open was great! I spent August in the high Atlas in Maroc, summited Tizi Agouri and M’Goun and came back rested and with fire in’me belly for the fall camps! 

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DrupalCon_Prague_Logo_2013

September was Drupal Camp Belgium in Leuven and then of course the highlight of all things OS for the year DrupalCon Prague and catching up with friends from all over the rock and making some awesome new ones!

October has been a month of careful planning and absolute frenzy! all good though.

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DCPKHI_Logo

For Drupal Camp Karachi  the local organising committee and I roped in [email protected] and together they have worked tirelessly to ensure Karachi camp would be worthy of  Karachi’s Drupal Community and the awesome city Karachi is (the economic hub of Pakistan and the third most populated city proper on the rock). The venue is the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), folks at IBA jumped on board with epic enthusiasm from the get go! Karachi camp has a little under 400 delegates registered, 13 speakers from 11 different countries! Karachiites have been awesome! and the credit goes to [email protected] and the local organising committee. I have no doubt Karachi Camp will be epic in proper Karachi style.. on the 2nd of November 2013.

With Karachi sorted, well almost sorted it was time to turn my attention to Dubai, and little surprise the Douche was all over D.O with a Drupal camp in Dubai and had it been properly executed I would have conceded that my job has been done and any further efforts to that end redundant, but that was hardly the case. So Ahmed from Acquia and I ignored the meetup dressed up as a camp and ploughed ahead with Drupal Camp Dubai.

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Once again the credit goes to local community members Massoud Al-Shareef, Hani Hejazi, Marwa Ezzat from KnowledgeWARE Technologies who have been epic! with neither Ahmed or me on the ground in Dubai the team from  KnowledgeWARE came to our aid and stepped in where we physically could not! thank you for making it happen! Drupal Camp Dubai is scheduled for the 9th of November at the American University in the Emirates with a strong contingent of local Drupal rockstars and international speakers!

Stay tuned…

Mar 31 2013
Mar 31

Drupal CampKick off for Drupal Camp Pakistan in Lahore was a strange affair! unfamiliarity with the local culture of the metropolis meant we went through a steep learning curve in the morning!

Registration opened at 0900 and by 1000 only half a dozen people had turned up! We were told by the University reps none of the students would be turning up till 1130 – there were classes going on but did not expect industry to be sleeping in!

The few locals who did turn up on time, near on time were quite relaxed… ‘this is a Saturday in Lahore’ we were told, relax.. ‘you said 0930 reg closes right, so they’ll be running an hour late for sure’. All but one took kindly to the norm of his city folk, we ended up getting blame for not organising things properly! I guess the expectation was that we ought to either kick off on time with 8 people in a room that accommodates 100 or to go around waking people up, dressing them, feeding them and bringing them to the camp! WTF!

UNhappy DrupalerOur sincere apologies to Ali Ahmed for deciding to wait for the masses before we kicked the camp off. As forecasted by the locals the Lahoris started trickling in past 1000 and we kicked off at 1015 with a call to Jacob Singh across the border in Bangalore. Jacob had arranged for us to connect with a Bangalore Drupal meetup over Skype (Thank you) and that got me super excited… the prospect of connecting the two neighbouring communities is on every doves mind! this was going to be awesome… well it was until we introduced a local Trainer to the group in Bangalore! and in the interest of politeness I will not name this individual but he really f**ked it up!  This bafoon went off on an idiotic nationalistic rant as far removed from the spirit of community as pluto is from the third rock! it took him 15 seconds to sabotage what was going to be a historic moment for the two communities! It took me a moment to step in and push the fool aside and try and recover from it, 40 local Drupalers and me were in a total state of shock! The look on everyones faces called for a public lynching! I and the 40 odd Pakistani Drupalers in the room have to hand it to the guys in Bangalore for their maturity for brushing aside the idiots comments, thank you Anil and the Bangalore meet up group! I guess every community has an idiot amongst them.

Having been taken off guard, felt like I’d been thrown out of a plane without a parachute, I cut the call with the Bangalore Drupalers short and it was time to set some freaking ground rules!
I took the fool to task as did all the locals. I did not travel 6000+ KM from London to Lahore via Dubai and Islamabad, running on less the 8 hours of sleep over the last 72 hours…. for this! What was heartening was the audience in mass was was calling for blood! LOL letting him know publicly that he is a racist, the fool tried to recover with stupid logic that only a fool can conjure up! The positive from the drama was a racist fool was unveiled and now the local community knows who to avoid like the plague.

Enough of the fool,  rest of the session was spent on a very constructive discussion on borderless communities, OS playing its part to transcend differences of all sorts… and why complete strangers were taking time off from London, Gent, Brighton, Bangalore to Helsinki on a Saturday to share their experiences, and how grateful the locals were for it. It was time to move on…. it was pleasant to hear in a room of 50 odd people by now no one else shared the bigot’s views.

If you are reading this post you know who you are, climb out of your cave of ignorance fella’

Drupal Camp

Fouad Bajwa – innovation is driven from within

Our next speaker was a local open source advocate, Fouad Bajwa who adapted his discussion well to pick up where I left off.. on individual mind-set and culture being the biggest barriers to innovation and growth.

I would have gone into a live commentary of every session as I did from the Islamabad camp but we were not provided wifi access,  bandwidth had been dedicated for the Skype calls… the submarine cable issue under the Suez Canal had not been sorted out, connectivity though fair still wasn’t it’s awesome self and it was more important for our speakers to have all the bandwidth dedicated to the calls…  reporting back to the community could wait till I was back in Islamabad!

Jennifer Tehan's session on backend usability was the most popular session amongst the advanced track

Jennifer Tehan’s session on backend usability was the most popular session amongst the advanced track

Given a late start we had to shuffle things around, by lunch time we had 70 folks in attendance as opposed to the 118 registered for it! and in majority it was the industry that failed to show up! as classes finished more and more students came around to the camp, few already dabbling with Drupal, most plain curious.

Drupal Camp Kubair Shirazee

Me being my Evangelical self

Post lunch we broke off to separate tracks, I went on evangelising and fielding some tough questions on why Drupal from a very informed bunch of CS students near graduation, the advanced tracks did not see the numbers for the industry failed to turn up! the training sessions were well attended and about 40 odd students went through the Hello Drupal sessions.

Amar Mahboob from Kubaku Tech - Flown in from Karachi to attend

Amar Mahboob from Kubaku Tech – Flown in from Karachi to attend and speak at the Camp

All in all Drupal Camp Pakistan in Lahore was a mixed bag… as far as our objectives went, we ticked the introduce Drupal to students box, we ticked the train upwards of 30 students box (we trained 41 to be precise), we ticked the get academia involved box but failed to get the industry to turn up in mass and network with potential future Drupalers!

The most interesting conversations I had was with a number of Professors and associate professors who turned up to feed their own

Deen of IT dpeaking to the mostly student audience - make the most of what the industry shares with you

Deen of IT (Dr Abdul Aziz) speaking to the mostly student audience – make the most of what the industry shares with you

curiosity, of them one needs a special mention Bilal Arshad, who is spearheading the university’s links with industry and has invited us back to the university to evangelise about Drupal and other emerging technologies on a regular basis. This part of the rock certainly needs more folks like Bilal to align the academic curriculum to the practical needs of the industry as well as global demand for talent and skills.

Our closing was spectacular, the Deen for IT from the university turned up impromptu to talk to what was in majority his students and big up our efforts for bringing the camp to his school and insisted that students drink deep from the Drupal spring and maintain contact with those they met from Industry on the day.

Lastly acknowledgements!

Thank you Fida, Atiq, Khurram, Umair and Ahmed from team ikonami for their hard work in organising the camp, its site and everything else before, on the day and after! excellent show cranes – mighty proud of the team. Thank you to our project managers for allowing the team to take time off to organise  the Camp.

Thank you Jennifer, Stefan, Aaron, Dominique, Jacob, Ronald, Fouad, Amar, Anil Sagar (and the Drupalers in Bangalore), Shakeel and Atta for taking time out on a Saturday to share your knowledge and experiences with the community in Lahore! we all appreciate it immensely! it was a shame Mr Purkiss had to cancel bu Steve had a good reason for it.

Thank you Acquia, AberdeenCloud, Kubaku and ikonami for supporting the Camp with their sponsorships.

And lastly, thank you Dr. Muhammad Iqbal, Bilal Arshad, Armaghan and the IT department at University of Central Punjab for hosting the camp and their assistance on the day!

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