What is a Sprint?
A sprint is a get-together for focused work on a project. Sprints are an important part of Drupal's growth, and are also a great opportunity to get involved, because others are on hand to help you contribute. There are many sprints scheduled for DrupalCon, so come and collaborate in person with hundreds of other Drupal community members!
Who should come?
Everyone! You don't need to be a developer to contribute; we need project managers, bug reporters, QA testers, people to help write documentation, etc... If you ARE a developer, but not sure where to get started, we have mentors to show you the ropes.
Do I need to register for DrupalCon to attend sprints?
We have many opportunities to sprint and some require a DrupalCon ticket, but many other don't. Check below to see an overview:
- DrupalCon Ticket Required
- Friday Sprints at IIT
- Saturday Sprints at IIT
- Free to Attend
- Sunday Sprints at IIT
What if I'm new to Drupal and/or sprinting, how can I join?
If you feel new and would love helping hands, the best day to start is the Sunday sprint day. This is the biggest sprint day with many people sprinting and different opportunities based on experience level. For a guided introduction to the tools and processes we use to collaborate, go to the First Time Sprinter workshop in the morning. If you know the tools but still could use help picking issues and going through the process, the Mentored Core Sprint is for you.
I worked on Drupal before, which sprints are for me?
If you have experience with Drupal issues and maybe already know a team/topic, any days of a DrupalCon may be your sprint days. These sprints do not have formal mentoring available, but of course if you have questions, there are always plenty of friendly people to help you.
When are sprints?
February 19 - Room 14, Victor Menezes Convention Centre at IIT Bombay as part of DrupalCon Asia
February 20 - Room 14, Victor Menezes Convention Centre at IIT Bombay as part of DrupalCon Asia