Opening the DrupalCamp

09:15 - Juha Niemi, the Finnish Drupal Association

Drupal 10: What’s New and What’s Next

09:30-10:15 - Lauri Eskola

As we like to say, the drop is always moving. With over 1000 resolved issues, Drupal 10 is a prime example of this. In this presentation, we’ll focus on the most significant changes, including enhancements to the user experience, new features in Views, and performance improvements.
Additionally, we’ll provide a sneak peek into what is coming up in Drupal 10.1, scheduled for release in the summer of 2023. Whether you’re a developer, site builder, or just interested in Drupal, this presentation will provide valuable insights into the latest and upcoming changes to Drupal.

Accessibility in Drupal - an overview

10:30-11:15 - Simo Hellsten

Have you ever used Drupal admin interface with your eyes closed shut? It is possible you know...

An overview of accessibility on Drupal

  • why accessibility is important for Drupal
  • how accessibility is implemented in Drupal's processes - commitments, core accessibility gate, reviews, automated tests, advice...
  • extending the core, and not losing accessibility benefits

Protected Content with OpenPGPjs and Drupal 10

11:30-12:15 - Rodrigo Panchiniak Fernandes

In this session I would like to talk about the recent developments for the Protected Content module and its new features for Drupal 9|10. This will include RSA keys generation, encryption and decryption of multiple contents for multiple recipients, encryption update, storage via stream wrapper and something never before seen in Protected Content: block limitation for spreading a single content across multiple sources of storage.

🍲 Enjoy a lunch at nearby restaurants!

12:30-13:30 - (Lunch is not provided by the event)

Lunch menus:

How to grow new Drupalists

13:30-14:15 - Pontus Talvikarhu, Akseli Miettinen

Why are we doing this?
We believe it is important for Drupal community to grow and keep growing to maintain the supply of Drupalists and visibility of Drupal as a solution.

What is our perspective?
As more recent inductees into the world of Drupal, we approach the recruitment and training of Drupalists from the bottom-up perspective of those recruited, rather than the perspective of the agencies employing them. From this perspective, valuable conclusions can be drawn with regards to the recruitment and training of new Drupalists that are not normally emphasized. We consider these insights to be complementary to the agency perspective, generating a more complete picture of what recruitment practices could be.

What will the talk feature?
We will talk about how we ended up as Drupal developers, and emphasise the importance of well-considered training and onboarding, again from the perspective of new Drupalists. We provide a sketch of what such a flow of training and onboarding may look like, and what are the risks and opportunities in such. We will also emphasize the importance of cooperation and connections with sources of developers, such as educational institutions.

ICT Greenhouse Gas Emissions Are Exploding – How Drupal Community Should Engage and Contribute Their Part

14:30-15:15 - Janne Kalliola

ICT is quickly becoming a bigger source of greenhouse gas emissions than flying. A recent study by Lancaster University estimated our emissions to be between 2.1 and 3.9 per cent of global emissions. This means software spews out between 1,222,000,000 and 2,270,000,000 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent to atmosphere – every single year.

Even if Drupal usage might be just a drop in a bucket, we are still responsible for the planet,the future generations and need to do our part.

In this session, I’ll explain the importance of the matter, how one could approach it, and what each and everyone of us can do about the emissions. I will also show three ways of mitigating the issue with measuring the environmental impact, reducing waste, and minimising software. Further, there will be practical guidance that fits Drupal in specific and CMS/DXP platforms in general.

After the session, you most probably end up having“oh crap” and “yes, we can do it” thoughts. When returning from DrupalCamp, you feel compelled to make changes in the ways you think, code, design, and host sites – for the best of the planet.

I’ve written a “Green Code” book that explains the same matters on a more generic level. It is freely available on Exove’s website.

Psychological Safety - key to an effective and happy team

15:30-16:15 - Akira Ahola, Eeva Ojanen

Psychological safety is the ability to show and employ oneself without fear of negative consequences of self-image, status, or career. It means being able to show and employ one's self without fear of negative consequences of self-image, status or career"""" (Kahn 1990)

Multiple global enterprises are taking actions to enhance the level of psychological safety due to its’ added value for both organizations and individuals –  IBM, Google, Microsoft, Gartner, McKinsey, Apple, Amazon Web Services, Accenture,  just to name a few.

Psychological safety has been an important initiative at Wunder since 2019 and as a organization believing in sharing and caring, Wunderers, Akira & Eeva wish to share their knowledge on this topic.

  • The session consists of: 
  • What is Psychological Safety?
  • The benefits of Psychological Safety for organizations
  • The benefits of Psychological Safety for an individual
  • The basic elements of Psychological safety
  • Psychological Safety in practice – real-life examples from Wunder
  • Q&A

Closing the DrupalCamp

16:15 - Juha Niemi, the Finnish Drupal Association

Afterparty & Sauna

17:00 - 21:00 - in the next building Nina, 7th floor