Welcome to the Austin Drupal Users Group! Our goal is to help each other, make new friends, pass along referrals, and learn new and interesting things about Drupal that will ensure our web sites are what we want them to be. Be sure to introduce yourself to the group.
Stay tuned for Central Texas Drupal Meetups and events. Please help this group succeed by taking an active role.
Really looking for a graphic designer who is comfortable working with Drupal.
Not a devloper or shop who understands theming and style sheets. That is what we are -- or at least trying to be X-)
Thanks, BruceRead more
We're an established marketing firm that is now expanding into development with 3 national projects underway. We're seeking help to augment our workforce and we're looking for people who have a "yes, can do it" attitude. Fahrenheit Marketing is comprised of a team of experienced professionals who are completely comfortable in any environment but what we really like is the laid back culture of Austin. We office in a class A building in northwest central Austin. If you or anyone you know would be interested in this opportunity, please let us know.Read more
I've looked everywhere in the documentation and can't find an example of this.
Under Zone and Region config blocks there's a form that says "Additional Zone/Region Classes - You can quickly add custom CSS classes to your zone here."
This looks like it might really help me but for the life of me I can't figure out how to use this.
How does this work? Am I supposed to add a full css style description? Just a class name? And if it's just a class name - where do I define the styles?
Webcore Technologies is looking for a Senior Drupal Developer with strong LAMP/CSS skills. This developer will be responsible for developing and supporting one or more large scale Drupal implementations.
The ideal candidate will have a solid foundation in web development and be able to work independently as well as formulate technical best practice recommendations.
o Bachelor's degree in Computer Science
o Five or more years of experience in web development
o Five or more years of Drupal experience
When: Wednesday, June 9, 2011 at 7:00 PM
Where: SSW - 501 E. 32nd Street, Austin, TX
for more information:
When: Wednesday, June 15, 2011 at 7:00 PM
Where: Cospace - 911 W Anderson Lane Austin, TX
Phase2 Technology maintains 5 distributions: OpenPublish, OpenPublic, OpenAtrium, Managing News and Tattler. Phase2 has shifted development to center around these distros, using the products as the base for most client builds, and then customizing according to their needs.Read more
Work is piling up on our plates lately and our top secret "drush-make shiny new website" extension hasn't panned out nearly as well as we expected. It's time to eat some crow and find someone smart enough to know what drupal is and dumb enough to cast their lot with the likes of us.
You are a talented and driven graphic designer who would like to earn a decent living working on interesting projects from local companies and larger fortune 500 clients. Your previous experience is less important than the skill and ability you can offer our team (2 people currently). We are ready and willing to train you in the art of drupal theming if you aren't familiar (template files/suggestions, preprocess hooks, performance, panel styles, etc).
You should be able to create a unique website design with a compelling voice from the wire frames guidance and specifications provided. Then ideally (though negotiable) you will be able to implement that design into a drupal theme on the built out web application. This all assumes familiarity and decent mastery of XHTML/CSS/Photoshop/Illustrator, you know the drill. Ideal candidates might also appreciate venn diagram humor, xkcd, and agree that taco deli is the undisputed best taco source before 3pm daily.
Compensation is competitive and negotiable, equity is an option if it interests you, and health insurance will keep you out of debtors prison if we ever find out that coffee and breakfast tacos are carcinogenic.
If you're interested give me a call at 512.669.5650 or send an email to email@example.com. I'd love to see some of your work and discuss the opportunity. Thanks, -mfRead more
Requisite - I am trying to create a news block that pulls content from the site and also points to urls outside the site. I am able to make either one work but not both.
The usual way - When you create a view and list only title and desc ; clicking the title takes you to the node (news page)Read more
Dallas Drupal Days, July 8 - 9, UT Dallas campus, School of Management.
Organized for the third year by the Dallas Drupal Users Group, Dallas Drupal Days is a two day, community-centered event for learning, teaching and sharing
Each day will feature a keynote speaker followed by three tracks of sessions all day. Breakfast and lunch are included in the nominal registration fee. Come to both days for $70, or just the Saturday Drupal Camp for $35.Read more
3 Month Contract
Very experienced Drupal CMS developer
Drupal CMS Module configuration and development
Strong understanding of how to install, configure, customize, and develop in the Drupal framework
MySQL database experience is a plus
If interested, please send a copy of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am setting up a new Drupal site. As far as SVN goes I am looking at the best practices. how existing SVN structures have been modeled. I am thinking of just having the sites folder in the SVN but am open to suggestions. Also how did you create the branches - Split between two thoughts - One to have each release as a branch and the other create a separate branch for module / theme / scripts / files.
I am looking at various options and looking forward for some advice.
Weekly night to get together and work on our individual Drupal projects. It is a hack night where we work on our projects, share solutions, and do what we do in a social environment. This is an opportunity for professional networking and to see what other Drupalers are working on. Whereas we promote the sharing of information and asking questions, this is not the place to come for Drupal lessons, tutorials, or to recruit Drupal talent. There are other channels for these activities. If you are new to Drupal be sure to check out the Austin Drupal Newbie group on Meetup.com.Read more
When: Wednesday, May 18, 2011 at 7:00 PM
Where: Cospace - 911 W Anderson Lane Austin, TX
Instead of a single full-length presentation, we'll use the May meetup to do 5-minute lightning talks. Anyone present will be welcome to demo their favorite Drupal project, with a focus on unique or interesting problems overcome during development. See you there!
Join us for the third DrupalCamp Austin in November 2011! Enjoy great speakers from around the world, cool Texas weather, and gourmet food out of trailers.
When: November 19-20 (Saturday-Sunday)
Where: AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
We just have a splash page up for now. But the real site is coming soon with details on registration, speakers, submitting sessions, after parties, and accommodations.
We're also hoping to offer a few all-day training sessions the Friday before the camp.
A weekly get together to work on Drupal projects. Bring a laptop and your dreams, then get em done!
At the moment: Thursdays, 7pm (except when another Austin Drupal event is the same day)
3808 Spicewood Springs Road
Austin, TX 78759
See you there!
Quick note on the study/work group last night. Jeff hosted us at the Triumph cafe and it was a great success.
6 Drupalers showed up, and we had some interesting side conversations along the way ("What's with OG Forums?", "What's with hook_menu doing this?"), but most of the time we were heads down working on our stuff - which was great. Benji and I got started on a D5->D6 upgrade - yikes!
Jeff led a discussion on the venue, time, and format. I think the consensus was "This worked. Repeat. Remain fluid". So see you there next week :-)Read more
At the last Drupal User Group in Austin, there was talk about coders getting together to work on their own projects Thursday nights. I haven't seen anything here or in the meetup.
Is anyone else interested in meeting up on Thursdays for some quiet study/work time on Drupal projects?
If you are, let's pick a venue and do it!