So from the discussions in the EduBoF @ Drupalcon, I came back and began playing with Drush. My first attempt was successful and easy to implement. I was able to perform updates on 3 seperate drupal installs (Drupal6, Drupal7, and OpenAtrium) running on my Ubuntu laptop.
However, I decided I would then begin playing with Drush on my development Intranet site (running CentOS). Well, somehow after getting Drush to run (I had to change some php.ini settings), I jacked up my site. I've tried poking around the web looking for some direction but haven't gotten anywhere as of yet.Read more
I'm trying to find reference and a solution to a single sign-on approach. We have a mixed server environment with the following;
* IIS .net application
* another IIS .net application
* an apache java application
* a moodle application
* a drupal application
* a WPMU instance
* possibly a MediaWiki instance
* a hosted video streaming application
I'd like to work toward creating a single sign-on across all these apps. What options are available to me?
I am new to Drupal and trying to work out the best way to approach managing content and contributors for a public facing school website:
- I want to categorize content into groups like "PTO", "Athletics", "Administration"
- It seems like taxonomy is the right way to do this.
- Then I can structure my site navigation through this taxonomy
- I want to give individual users permission to create nodes tagged with particular terms. I.e. the PTO content maintainer would be required to create nodes with the "PTO" term
I'm setting up a website for my mother-in-law's education consulting business. It will basically be just an advertisement site for her business, allow people to contact her, and have a newsletter. She has little technical proficiency, but knows how to use Word which she's used to provide me a mockup for her site. I'm looking at setting up FCKeditor for her to create and edit content. Currently I've got a theme created and the framework for her node content.Read more
I'd like to use Drupal for a division wide site for schools and teachers (we have a corporate site, not Drupal based, but it is awkward for individual teachers to create their own web presence on it).Read more