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AGILEDROP: Drupal Logos with Hats

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It's back! You did not really think that our Druplicon marathon was finished, did you? Well, it's not. We still have some areas to explore. After Humans and Superhumans, Fruits and Vegetables, Animals, Outdoor activities, National Identities, Emotions and Human Professions, we have seen that not all Druplicons with hats were covered. So, here are Drupal Logos with hats.

Druplicon with Santa hat

Drupal Logo with santa hat

Druplicon with snow hats

Druplicon with snow hatDruplicon with snow hat 2Druplicon snow hat 3

Druplicon with ascot hat (Drupal day Bilbao 2014)

Drupal Logo ascot hat

Druplicon with fedora (Drupal Camp Buenos Aires 2009)

Drupal Logo with fedora

Druplicon with swimming hat (DrupalCamp Colorado)

Druplicon swimming hat

Druplicon with something very similar to sombrero hat (Drupal Camp Bratislava 2010)

Druplicon bratislava

Druplicon with crown (Drupal Camp Tirgu Mures 2013)

Drupal Logo king

Druplicon with turban

Druplicon wit turban

Druplicon with fishing hat (Drupal Camp Australia 2008)

Drupal Logo with fishing hat

You may have forgotten the rules after so much time. Nevertheless, find a Drupal Logo with a hat that we did not cover here, post it on our twitter account and you will be mentioned in our next blog post about Druplicons. Yes, it's as simple as that. But be careful! Drupal Logos that we have already used in other areas of our Druplicon marathon don't count. Like, the one with a baseball hat or with the one with professor’s hat, for example.

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