I want know how to use eRecruiter for my Job portal I was not able to install I have installed all the required modules
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It also requires Apache Solr I am not able to install please help me which one I should choose for drupal 7 please help me
We are moving slowly towards the Dojo 2.0 goal of having a decent way to deliver videos. I do think bringing some stability and regularity to the Dojo is a useful avenue to pursue in the sense that we can provide good information to people in a, hopefully, sustainable way. I hope that more people will step up to nail down the basics of getting videos standardized and therefor easier for people to contribute as well setting up a better system to propose and deliver the live lessons that were the start of the Dojo.Read more
It seems like we have come up to a major difference of opinion in the 2.0 implementation of Dojo 2.0. Some folks feel that dd.com should become a "social networking" site, while others feel not. An issue was started in the issue queue (http://drupal.org/node/207006) but I feel this is really a meta discussion that we need to hammer out in the Dojo group so it doesn't derail us.Read more
By working group, I mean a relatively small group of people (like 5 or so) that are tasked with overseeing major areas of the Dojo 2.0 process. My main concern is that getting feedback from everyone is important but at the end of the day decisions need to be made and we aren't really set up to do that honestly. We tend to mill about talking a lot and moving in baby steps. Dojo 2.0 is going to require long-term (months) of coordinated work to pull it off.Read more
Hey all, I just wanted to give a quick report on this morning's BAD Camp session. We had a lively discussion with a few video pros involved, and came up with a number of great ideas for the next wave of Drupal Dojo.
The biggest change suggested was to consider moving away from lengthy "live" sessions, and towards shorter, more targeted "produced" video segments, similar to the style that add1sun demonstrates so well in her "quick and dirty" series. I think this is probably a good idea, much as I love the "live" format and all the work we've done with VNC to make this possible. The reality is that our largest audience is going to see these lessons after the fact, not live, and to fulfill our mission to the fullest we should be catering to this group.
That means tighter, more streamlined lessons with higher production values, and lessons that are 10 to 20 minutes rather than an hour and a half or more. We talked about how to make lessons We talked about standardizing some practices for this process: creating outlines and scripts, standardizing screen-cap settings, having lesson series, etc. We also talked about trying to fit the lessons into target-audience buckets:
- Evaluator: what's a good solution for a given use-case? (is this just marketing? out of scope?)
- Administrator: getting the most out of drupal without writing code
- Designer/Themer: making drupal beautiful and usable
- Developer/Engineer: how to develop the drupal way
These categories would also be the basis for a redesign of drupaldojo.com. If we're going to produce a higher volume of targeted lessons, we'll need a more tabular interface to the video library. We'll also want to make the front page a simple, welcoming splash screen that will direct people to the content appropriate for their role.
We also brainstormed a starter list of lesson topics as well:Read more