Welcome to the Portland, Oregon Drupal Users Group. We have (at least) four official meetups every month.
The 'Way out West' meetup takes place on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at Server Logic, 9020 SW Washington Square Rd, Suite 120 from 6 - 7pm. This meeting focuses on choosing and using Drupal modules.
Brewpal takes place on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 5pm at the Lucky Lab on 1945 NW Quimby. We meet, work on our projects, and ask questions of our neighbors with no formal agenda.
No need to RSVP, the meetings are open to all.
The nonprofit Oregon College Access Network (OrCAN) is accepting proposals to rebuild the OrCAN web site and develop an online, sortable, searchable database to be used as a directory of providers. The database will need to be integrated into the new OrCAN web site and be able to generate a variety of hardcopy reports for both member users and administrators.Read more
For those of you who can't make it to DrupalCon, New Relic will be playing the DrupalCon conference live stream (http://portland2013.drupal.org) on some big monitors in our office.
Come join us on the 28th floor of Big Pink for some beer, snacks, and Drupal in a hacker friendly environment. Feel free to drop by any time these days. We'll have plenty of power and wifi available.
We know these specific talks will be streamed:
- Tuesday 11:30 to 12:45 Keynote - Dries Buytaert- The Current State of Drupal 8
Exaltation of Larks is hosting a BoF (birds of a feather) discussion on long-term Drupal support (particularly for Drupal 6 sites when Drupal 8 comes out and bug fixes and security releases for Drupal 6 are discontinued).
Long Term Support is a topic that is near and dear to us and a number of our clients and this BoF is a followup to our earlier post, Drupal 6 End of Life When Drupal 8 is Released… Or Not.Read more
I have a ticket for DrupalCon Portland for sale at the early bird price of $400.00 USD. Circumstances changed and I'm not able to attend. Contact Katy@seascapewebdesign.com if you would like to buy my ticket.
With our app, you won’t be sitting around saying, “Well I don’t know… What do you wanna do?” We’ve researched, deliberated, and made some cut-throat decisions to compile our list of the best things to do in Portland. Our fun, interactive app lets you live it up at DrupalCon by showing you what’s going on at the conference and the hot spots to check out in Portland, along with making it easy to connect with other Drupal lovers. Explore Portland the easy way. Choose from 7 different categories—food, coffee, breweries, biking, hiking, gardens, and film.Read more
We are building a team to offer mobile web design and application development to select industries such as restaurant, automotive, small business, entertainment, services-based businesses and eCommerce.
Specifically we would like to design and develop some custom themes for our demo sites which we can sell to multiple clients with a bit of customization.
We also need a designer that can offer original, creative designs for our clients that pay extra for design services.
As soon as funding goes through, this will turn into full-time employment.Read more
I have a regular registration and a ticket for the training on Monday (Symfony & Drupal8) available for sale. Can't make it. : (
Contact me if you're interested in either or both.
This position is a volunteer or in-kind donation position only.
Currently we do not have the funding to provide a part-time or even a contract job offer. We are, however, in need of a Drupal master to help us finish developing our Drupal website. Our current volunteer is no longer available so we are seeking someone who is willing to work with us as we develop some of the unique programs we want to be available through our website. Currently we are building a national, interactive map focused on Autism Spectrum Disorder resources.Read more
Last night at the Way Out West meetup jansenCreative gave an incredibly thoughtful introductory (though not at all cursory) presentation on the major considerations involved in responsive design, both generally, and specifically vis-a-vis Drupal. This kicks off a planned focus on the nuts and bolts of Responsive/Drupal over the coming months. If this is up your alley, definitely add the Way Out West meetup to your calendar!
Well, it's no BoF or unconference, but at least it's a bit of free food and drink during DrupalCon PDX...
Clarity Innovations (Drupal in education enthusiasts since version 4.7) is hosting an informal meetup/social to celebrate, connect and bond with those of us that use Drupal for all things related to K12 and higher education.
The informal meetup takes place Wednesday (5/22) evening, from 6pm-8pm, at the Burnside Brewing Company, a short walk from the convention center (and conveniently on the way to the Pantheon & New Relic Party just a block away).
Cost: Free! (The first few rounds of drinks and food are on Clarity's tab.)
I hope to see you there!
Alright, I'm stumped on this one. Trying to set up a free shipping option for a client's site. I'm having quite the time figuring out how to get Rules to see a field on items in an order, to verify they qualify for free shipping. It's just a boolean field on the two product classes. Nothing I have tried seems to expose that field to rules so I can validate if the items in an order qualify for this shipping option. I have tried the 'entity has field' and 'entity is of type' method, and I am able to see fields at order:products:0:node:... etc, but not this specific field. Any advice?
OpenSourcery needs another great project manager.
You're experienced with managing medium to large scale web projects,
technically sophisticated, and a calming, organized and detail-oriented
force of nature. Making a positive, lasting impact is important to you. You're a self-starter and a great communicator. You live in Portland and are seeking full time employment.
Consistent 40 hour work weeks. No weekend calls, late night assignments
or death marches. Ever. Really.
Projects that are making the world a better place. We work with majorRead more
I'm looking for another Drupal developer to participate in the CleanWeb Portland Hackathon. It's a weekend sprint to build a site/app for organizations working to protect the environment.
I honestly think that with one more developer on my team, we could crank out a site for GoBox, who provides re-usable food containers for food cart fanatics (like myself). Such a project would really be valuable. We might also win a prize!
Please contact me if you are interested in working together!
This month it's show and tell! Bring a new trick you've learned or a tall tale of adventure (aka a problem you've solved).
Bring your laptop, too, so you can follow along. All developers and Drupal people are welcome, front-end or not!
We'll meet in Squishymedia's office space again (116 NE 6th Ave, 3rd floor). If you find yourself locked out, there should be a call box outside of the main building doors.
Heading to PDX for DrupalCon? Start your week off right by giving back to someone who has given a lot to the Drupal community!
Join us on Monday, May 20th at 4pm as we raise a glass and funds for Aaron Winborn - a long time Drupal contributor who has been battling late stage ALS. Aaron has been one of the most selfless givers in the Drupal community, patiently helping all sorts of users from Newbies to Ninjas.Read more
Hi all -
I have been working with Thompson Morrison to get some high school kids involved in DrupalCon Portland (20 are coming to the Build a Module training, and then to the Sprint!). He would love for members of the Drupal Community come out and show support for (and get involved with!) a new initiative he's working on. I can't make it because I have a board retreat, but I would be there otherwise! Here are the details for the May 18 meetup:
Overview: Oregon Innovation AcademyRead more