DrupalCon Sydney 2013 Guide
DrupalCon is the major worldwide conference for the Drupal community, run several times in different countries each year. In 2013, for the first time DrupalCon has come to the southern hemisphere, and will be running in Sydney, Australia starting from the 6th of February.
This app is the unofficial guide to DrupalCon Sydney 2013, and will assist you in making plans for the Con and getting around the venue.
- Entire program guide including sessions, BOFs and keynotes
- Bookmark your sessions and plan your schedule
- Watch the #DrupalCon Twitter feed and tweet to it
- Access floor plans of the Crowne Plaza Hotel
- Find the venue location and other points of interest on a map of Sydney
- Get live updates while on Wifi or 3G
- Take photos and add them to the DrupalCon photo stream
- Works on phones and tablets, including the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android phones running version 2.2 or better
If you're having any issues with the app, use our support form to report the issue.
This is the unofficial DrupalCon Sydney 2013 guide.
DrupalCon Sydney is brought to you by a team of volunteers and the Drupal Association. Drupal is a registered trademark of Dries Buytaert. CrossFunctional is a member of the Drupal Association, but is not otherwise a part of it.
The DrupalCon Sydney 2013 Guide app is © CrossFunctional.
The DrupalCon Sydney 2013 logo and the visual design of this app is by Lee Olsen.
This app doesn't deliberately collect personally identifying information from you, or details about the device you're using. If we do inadvertently collect any of this information, we won't share or sell your information.
You can bookmark which events you want to go to, but this information is stored only on your phone, and we don't collect this information or share it with the Drupal Association.
You can rate events you've been to from 1 to 5, and attach a comment. All responses that use this service are stored anonymously. We do assign a unique ID to each device that uses this service, to give some integrity to the ratings. Since we don't collect any personally identifying or machine information, we can't track this ID back to a particular person or device. These anonymous ratings will be shared with the conference organisers.
You can post to Twitter from the app, but we won't know which account is being used. Your tweets are your responsibility.
You can upload photos to the web using this app. All photos are uploaded to CrossFunctional's servers, and from there you can tweet them. Posting and tweeting photos is your own responsibility. All photos uploaded are considered to be part of the public domain. If you want a particular photo taken down, contact us via the support form.
Also, the photo stream pulls in photos from Twitter as well. CrossFunctional doesn't take any responsibility for the content that is pulled in in this manner.
Maps & Geolocation
This app uses Google Maps to display the venue map. It also uses geolocation to place your marker on this map. This marker is only visible on your device, and your location is not shared with us or distributed to any other party.