My Photos from DrupalConSF 2010 in San Francisco

Sam Bazzi with Sander Boom: Sander Boom, left, is a web publishing solutions provider and enthusiastic Drupalist based in the Netherlands.
Sam Bazzi with Sander Boom: Sander Boom, left, is a web publishing solutions provider and enthusiastic Drupalist based in the Netherlands.


Sam Bazzi with Chuck D'Antonio: Chuck D'Antonio, right, is the Sr. Director of Professional Services at Acquia, Inc., which was founded by Dries Buytaert, the Belgian creator of Drupal. Chuck is a highly sought after Drupal consultant and a very familiar figure in Washington, DC!
Sam Bazzi with Chuck D'Antonio: Chuck D'Antonio, right, is the former Sr. Director of Professional Services at Acquia, Inc., which was founded by Dries Buytaert, the Belgian creator of Drupal. Chuck is a highly sought after Drupal consultant and a very familiar figure in Washington, DC!


Sam Bazzi with Dries Buytaert: Dries Buytaert, Ph.D., is the Belgian creator of Drupal, the highly popular open source content management system, and founder of Acquia, Inc., which provides Drupal support and hosting services.
Sam Bazzi with Dries Buytaert: Dries Buytaert, Ph.D., is the Belgian creator of Drupal, the highly popular open source content management system, and founder of Acquia, Inc., which provides Drupal support and hosting services.

Sam Bazzi with Miguel Jacq & Antoine Beaupré Sam Bazzi with Dries Buytaert Tim O'Reilly Addressing DrupalConSF Attendees Sam Bazzi with Ken Rickard & Morten Sam Bazzi with Chuck D'Antonio Sam Bazzi with Jacob Mullins Sam Bazzi with Khalid Baheyeldin Sam Bazzi with Owen Barton & Moshe Weitzman DrupalConSF Attendees SamBazzi with David Cole

Sam Bazzi's interest in Drupal and on-line publishing stems from his involvement with counterterrorism activism. Bazzi has authored numerous articles about pro-terrorism activities originating from Khomeinist-controlled Islamic centers and mosques based in the United States and Canada. Bazzi has worked with multiple relevant parties to combat this unfortunate chronic problem.