Earlier on today I tweeted that I’d like a community option when submitting a talk to DrupalCon Europe
I'd love to see an option for "Community" sessions at @DrupalConEur "Coding and Development" will have to do.— Mike Bell (@mikebell_) May 26, 2015
As per usual 140 characters isn’t enough.
no no no NO, I didn’t say a track, I said an option.
Here’s what I mean:
When you go to submit a talk at DrupalCon there should be an option to select community. Where does this fit in with the main conference? Right slap bang in the middle. Allocate a percentage of each track to a community session, there you go no extra track.
Even one “Community” session a day is enough, allocate a room in the main track rooms and see what happens. I get it’s a bit risky, it might upset people if sandwiched between “Headless Drupal with NodeJS, AngularJS, BadgerJS, HipsterJS” and “Drupal 8 Shocking Truths Revealed” you have a community based session.
Again I’m not saying a separate track I’m saying diversify, the categories that you can submit under are damned impressive but it’s still missing something:
Come for the code, stay for the community.