Denver / Boulder Colorado (DBUG)

Welcome to the Groups site for the Denver/Boulder Drupal Users Group, where we discuss, share and find ways to provide local face-to-face interaction which can support activities like hosting speakers, providing tutorials, Question and Answer sessions, establishing relationships with others in the geographic area, and generally expand the community of Drupal users.

Schedule of meetings

  • Boulder meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Locations vary.
  • Central Denver meetings on the 4th Tuesday of each month at Open Media Foundation (Map).
  • South Denver meetings are on the 2nd Monday of each month at Innovation Pavilion (Map).
  • Colorado Springs meetings are on the 1st Wednesday of each month. See the SCUG Group Page.
  • Carbondale/Western Slope meetings are on the 3rd Tuesday each month, see the Western Colorado group for more info.
  • Northern Colorado (Fort Collins/Greeley) meetings are on the 4th Monday, see the Northern Colorado group for more info.

Other ways to connect: The #drupal-colorado irc channel generally has many folks in it, happy to help with Drupal problems.

While the group is primarily focused on Denver/Boulder, people in Fort Collins, Lyons, the mountains, the Western Slope or the plains are certainly welcome. Heck, we've even had folks from Wyoming and other surrounding states come by.

Discussions and wikis

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Boulder DBUG Meetup

Start: 
2016-10-12 18:30 - 20:00 America/Denver
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Event type: 
User group meeting

Drupalistas -- Join Us for Boulder Drupal DBUG MeetUp - October 12th , 6:30pm

With Halloween upcoming at the end of October, we are featuring the annual:

                        “Drupalween” - Scary Tales!

This is your Big Opportunity to “tell” your best Drupal related “Scary Tale”! Stories of site or module bldg, theming, security issues, requests from clients, customers, management, supervisors, volunteer projects etc.

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Development Project for Women Win

Hey Boulder and Denver Drupal Folks,
My name is Sarah Murray and I am the director for a global nonprofit that works on girls' rights and sport. Our web platforms (guides.womenwin.org, womenwin.org, goalprogramme.org) are all built on Drupal CMS. I am looking for a local Drupal developer to help us with a few projects in Q4 2016. If you have time and are interested, please let me know. The project is basically a redesign of our existing organizational site and a replication of one of our other platforms for a project in Brazil .

Thanks!

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Development Project for Women Win

Hey Boulder and Denver Drupal Folks,
My name is Sarah Murray and I am the director for a global nonprofit that works on girls' rights and sport. Our web platforms (guides.womenwin.org, womenwin.org, goalprogramme.org) are all built on Drupal CMS. I am looking for a local Drupal developer to help us with a few projects in Q4 2016. If you have time and are interested, please let me know. The project is basically a redesign of our existing organizational site and a replication of one of our other platforms for a project in Brazil .

Thanks!

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Boulder DBUG Meetup: Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Start: 
2016-09-14 18:30 - 20:00 America/Denver
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Event type: 
User group meeting

Hey Everybody!

I'm excited that we are going to have Gabe Sullice (@gabesullice) come out and give a talk on Drupal 8 module development.

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Central Denver Drupal Meetup: Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Start: 
2016-09-27 18:30 - 20:30 America/Denver
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Event type: 
User group meeting

Drupal 8 has allowed for the integration of modern workflows into the Drupal community. The transition to Twig as the templating engine specifically provides the space to integrate new patterns and tools into your frontend workflow. Pattern Lab is a static site generator that provides a structure for developing a templating and theming framework based on atomic design. The Twig version of Pattern Lab, along with the Data Transform plugin written by Aleksi Peebles, creates the possibility to integrate Pattern Lab directly into your Drupal project.

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Specific Images on Specific Pages Using Taxonomy

I'm trying to put sponsor logos on specific events.

Some of the logos are in a package - so they appear on a number of the events.

Some of the logos only appear on a specific event.

Is there a way to use taxonomy and context so that the logos appear on the pages that have the same taxonomy term?

Example: Halloween event is tagged with "Large Community Event" and "Halloween." Subsequently, all logos that are tagged with EITHER "Large Community Event" OR "Halloween" automatically appear on the page.

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Drupal (Commerce) at Colorado CMS Meetup

Start: 
2016-09-07 18:00 - 20:00 America/Denver
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Event type: 
Related event (ie. not Drupal specific)

The Colorado CMS Meetup group is featuring Drupal (with an emphasis on Commerce 2.x) at its September meeting. I did a short introductory presentation on Drupal generally at their inaugural meeting this month, and it was well-received enough to do a deeper dive in September.

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No Central Meetup for August

I thought we'd take a break this month following DCCO. We'll be back next month, same time and place! Looking forward to seeing you all in September!

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Boulder DBUG Meetup

Start: 
2016-08-10 18:30 - 20:00 America/Denver
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Event type: 
User group meeting

Apologies for the late posting but we are still planning on having the Boulder DBUG meetup this week. This month we will be talking about getting ready for Drupal Camp this weekend. If you have a talk that you are giving this weekend and would like to promote it, this would be a great place to do it.

There will be food and beer provided and while the conversations sometimes stray off topic, they are generally pretty interesting.

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Central Denver Drupal Meetup: Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Start: 
2016-07-26 18:30 - 20:30 America/Denver
Organizers: 
Event type: 
User group meeting

This month, Tom Hartung will show us the ins and outs of doing adaptive web design in popular content management systems, including Drupal. We’ll cover concepts like RESS and device detection, and why you’d want to integrate these tools into your projects. We’ll also discuss the promises and pitfalls of using techniques like RESS to do adaptive web projects.

Pizza and socializing starts at 6:30 p.m.

Discussion and presentations start at 7.

At 8:30 we'll head down to Renegade Brewing Co to continue hanging out

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