Last updated by kaw3939 on Tue, 2010-07-06 20:13
Hey all, I wanted to touch base and ask people who are coming out to the Northern NJ meetups or are thinking about it what would you like to see dealt with subject-wise at these meetups? I am thinking we can have a set amount of time where someone can talk about, explain, demo, or pontificate about at the meetup and still have a meet & greet few minutes and finish with the group helping one another on real world problems.
Please add your suggestion here and we can start tackling them at upcoming meetups, maybe even make a poll of all of them and let people vote.
If anyone has lots of experience or wants to explore the very basic side, post a comment. - I'm a total novice - see www.ManagingManagedcare.com; where can I learn how to manage accounts, allow or deny comments, verify, etc.? Also, I'd like to know when/if to update my version but the developer I have been working with wants over 40 hours - any opinion?
I'd be interested in having a discussion about geolocation and mobile sites based on a Drupal back-end. I'm working on a prototype of a site that uses the Location module to associate locations with a Drupal node and have a basic proximity search working based on the ZIP code. I use Browscap to detect mobile browsers and serve up Mobile Garland as the theme for mobile users.
I can also show off my rough Google Map displaying module that parses Track-logs from you GPS device (no smartphone). I am having problems with a AHAH library conflicting with Google API, so I doing a minor rewrite with Prototype AJAX calls.
Yktdan - You got to show a person a Map, especially if he/she is stressing from getting lost. The people i really worry about are the ones that lose the trail.
Does anyone know of a good Drupal/LAMP/XDebug/Eclipse vmware appliance? Sometimes five computers is just not enough. -- Kipp Watson
Would like to know how to configure Drush to work with web hosting companies. Also, a Views/Panels primer from the themer perspective. I want to put two separate views on one page, is that done using panels? -=Ed.
I would like to take about 15-20 minutes to introduce and discuss the training and curriculum development project that i'm working on. - Keith Williams