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Jeffrey A. "jam" McGuire - Saturday's Keynote
"Community is shared values"
Our current Code of Conduct is a mix of idealism and practice. If we are to be a community based on values, or principles, or ideals–and maybe we’re not–we need to say so. We need to discover what those values are and express them in actionable ways. A Statement of Values would give us an instance, something concrete to reference when we talk about the “who we are” part of Drupal.
Adam Bergstein – Nerdstein's Keynote
"The Unintentional Findings of a Honey Badger"
I have recognized a tendency to act like a “honey badger.” We have a tireless drive for what we pursue, but this same singularity of focus can come at the expense of social and emotional considerations. This talk helps to share how I have harnessed my inner honey badger to be a better co-worker, community member, family member, and friend.
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Summit and Trainings
Registration for the Summit is between 8:30 and 9:00 AM at St. Cajetan's, a historic pink church across from the King Center.
Registration for Training starts at 9:00 AM in the King Center next to the box office by the South entrance. Trainings will be held in separate classrooms.
Saturday, Saturday, Saturday!
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