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Chief Organizers

Ivo Radulovski, Propeople, Austria.
Hanno Lans, Datascape, The Netherlands.
Kristof Van Tomme, Pronovix, Hungrary/Belgium.

With official support from the Drupal Association.

Additionally the following persons have made a significant contribution to make this event happen.
Bart Van Herreweghe, FOD Kanselarij van de Eerste Minister, Belgium.
Christine Copers, Fedict, Belgium.

Fiscal sponsor and event carrier



Drupal Association

The Drupal Association is a not-for-profit trade organization that tasks itself with fostering and supporting the Drupal software project, the community and its growth. Created in 2006 by a group of volunteers the Association, like the Drupal community, has grown rapidly. Supported by members like you and organizations the Association uses its resources, network, and funds to constantly engage in new projects and initiatives to help the Drupal project continue to grow.


Main Partners



Chancellery of the Prime Minister of Belgium

The Chancellery supports the Prime Minister of Belgium in guiding and coordinating government policy. The Chancellery provides the Prime Minister with support in areas such as content and administration, as well as aspects of legal, logistical and communication-related matters. The Chancellery also acts as a point of contact with various federated entities on the one hand and the European Union on the other.

The Chancellery is also responsible for communication about the Belgian federal government. It develops  major government websites www.belgium.be, www.premier.be and www.monarchie.be some of wich are developed using Drupal. The Chancellery maintains high standards as regards usability, quality and access for all. 




Information and Communication Technology FPS (Fedict)

Fedict initiates, develops and supervises e-government projects for the federal Government of Belgium. Fedict encourages the use (and especially the proper use) of computers and the Internet.




International Press Centre

Thanks to editorial facilities, personal cockpits, conference rooms (up to 180 persons), direct radio and tv broadcasting, paste-up rooms, the residence of national and foreign press associations, and an exquisite restaurant with café, the International Press Centre is the meeting place par excellence for journalists, policymakers, spokesmen, communications experts and captains of industry from Belgium and abroad. 




Belgium.be

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