Wed, 12 May, 2010
So Lullabot has these awesome podcasts that they do with various awesome people in the world of Drupal development. When I was at DrupalCon San Francisco last month, I was interviewed about my accessibility presentation and my work at Drexel for one. Here it is:
Some other really cool podcast interviews from DCSF that I highly recommend:
- Everett Zufelt on Accessibility in Drupal
- Jenn Simmons on Usability, CSS3, and Getting Bartik into D7
- Dries Buytaert on the State of Drupal 2010
- And my personal favorite, Jack Aponte on Diversity, Power and Privilege in Open Source Communities
Thu, 22 Apr, 2010
Wrapping up a great, productive DrupalCon San Francisco 2010! I've created a page with slides and video for my accessibility presentation here:
- Accessibility in Drupal 6 and Drupal 7 by Katherine Lynch
Libraries presentation slides/materials to come. <smiley>
Thu, 25 Mar, 2010
Finally got around to finishing up and launching my new custom Drupal theme for this site. It's based on Garland instead of Zen, which is a bit unlike me, but I like the end result. Expect a few progressive enhancements in the weeks to come, particularly where icons are concerned.
In very exciting news, I will be speaking at DrupalCon San Francisco 2010 in April! Two of my session proposals, "Accessibility in Drupal 6 and Drupal 7: Write accessible modules and themes", and "Shh! This is a (Drupal-powered) Library Site! with Amy Qualls-McClure and Tammy Allgood" will be a part of the jam-packed, super-exciting schedule. If you're going to DrupalCon, definitely try out the schedule maker, and set up a custom conference schedule for yourself. It's the only way I'm going to be able to catch all the awesomeness as it goes flying by. And if you're going, be sure to come say hi!
My/our session details are as follows: