DrupalCamp Stockholm has come a long way since May in 2009 when the first camp took place. Back then it was organized by NodeOne under my direction. I'm an idea-driven person and having been to DrupalCons in Barcelona and Szeged, the idea of a camp stuck with me and I was sure that Stockholm needed its own camp. I eventually managed to convince the other owners of the company of the value in creating an event like this. It would create visibility for Drupal, it would give energy to our growing ecosystem of buyers and web shops and would be an arena to learn and exchange ideas.
My old website came to be in April of 2006. It was my first Drupal site ever built and actually the launchpad of my Drupal career. The two month long project was done on Drupal 4.6 and took an awful amount of dead kittens – i.e. core hacks to complete. I've mended my ways since but the site was in no state to be upgraded. Instead of trying to migrate content I decided to make a static version (I will explain how I did that further on in this post). The website was highly specialized for what I was doing back then.