Camp organizers Grzegorz Bartman and Karol Bryksa contacted me last year and invited me to come talk and present one my previous sessions. The selection was done by voting and not completely surprising, it was the session on project estimation techniques and theory that Shannon Vettes and I usually co-present that won.
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.
Sessions are selected based on several factors, one of them being community interest. A great way to communicate community interest is to post a comment on the session's page on the DrupalCon site stating why you'd like to see this session being selected. Follows are summaries of sessions and links to the respective session pages.
So without further ado: