DrupalGov 2020, an event dedicated to the Australian and New Zealand government sector, welcomes all agencies, vendors, and the wider Drupal community to the first virtual DrupalGov event for all things government and Drupal.
The first virtual DrupalGov is running 4+5 this November 2020.
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Arijit Dutta is an Indian national who has come to Australia before, and at DrupalGov March 27 he will be here again talking about Conversation Interfaces. He's an intriguing digital nomad with a lot of interests, so I was excited to ask him some questions!
One of our presenters this year is Ivan Zugec, he's going to be talking about Media in Drupal 8. Media in Drupal has been a thrilling and often painful ride. I remember James Walker's talk in Barcelona in 2007 "Image handling in core... for real this time." 10 years later and we're hoping Drupal 8 has learned from Drupal 7 and that Media will be a stable platform with great WYSIWYG integration.
Since its entry into Australian government about 10 years ago, Drupal has made significant advances. Of the 946 federal websites listed at Australia.gov.au, over 150 of these are powered by Drupal (the list is below).