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
I'm hoping some local colleagues (and more skilled developers) can offer some advice on this problem.
Have any of you run across this problem: "Search does not index comments subject to node access" https://www.drupal.org/node/1396534.
There is a patch that seems to work--at least it resolved the problem on my Drupal 7 site. But this seems like a big enough problem that it's surprising there isn't more talk about it online, and that the patch hasn't been incorporated into an update. Is there some more obvious fix that I'm overlooking?Read more
Greg Knaddison will talk about how incorporating practices of Continuous Integration, Devops, and Agile have helped CARD.com to be happier and more productive. If any of these apply to you:Read more
DrupalCamp Colorado is an annual gathering of people learning and discussing Drupal, an open-source content management system. Sessions will cover a range of topics from basic to complex, with plenty in between. Join us in beautiful Denver, Colorado to share, learn, collaborate, and get involved in the community!
For DrupalCamp Colorado 2016, you can set your own registration price. Profits, after we have covered all our costs, will be donated to the EFF and Day of Code. Thanks for helping us fund DrupalCamp Colorado 2016!Read more
Hey Alex is back! That's right, this month he will be discussing Behat as a development framework. This is not a Drupal specific framework but is certainly used with many Drupal projects.
As always, there will be food and drinks provided by AppliedTrust so I hope to see you there.Read more
Fresh off the heels of Drupalcon New Orleans, let's get together and discuss our favorite parts. What things did you leave with excited to start doing? What new things did you learn about? What sessions were your favorites?
If you missed out on going, come find out which recordings you should be watching. If you were able to go, come share your newfound knowledge with the rest. This will be more of an open conversation!
Pizza and socializing starts at 6:30 p.m.
Discussion and presentations start at 7.Read more
Last month, during the Drupal 8 Panel, Gabe Sullice talked about some of the gaps in D8's out-of-the-box RESTful tools. This month, he's going to demo a contrib module he's built that looks to fill those gaps. We'll use this module to take a deeper look at D8 module development - coverering things like services, dependency injection, custom routes and controllers, and custom configuration management.
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 to continue hanging out.Read more
Here's my thought:
This would more technical and for more advanced users and we'll be playing with Drupal 8.
It would be either a half- or full-day get together at Belmar Library. I'd prefer to plan for a full day.
We'd meet on a Saturday (my preference), but we could choose a different day (maybe a Friday?) based on interest. Note that the library is open only from 12 - 5 on Sundays. (http://jefferson.lib.co.us/locations/belmar-library)
I'll reserve a meeting room. (It's free)
Belmar Library Meeting Room
555 S. Allison Pkwy, Lakewood
This two-hour online training session is designed for current users of CiviCRM and Drupal that have some experience with the administration of both platforms and would like to learn how CiviCRM and Drupal work together. The benefits of the integration allow you to display CiviCRM data and pages on your website, to collect data from a form on your website, to grant your Drupal users to edit data in CiviCRM database and much more.Read more
This month we'll have a panel discussing Drupal 8 First Impressions. Panelists will discuss their favorite features, things that might have tripped them up, and things they'd like to see improved going forward. This will be an interactive session, so come with questions or topics you'd like the panel to address.
Joel Steidl is the Director of Engineering at Aten Design Group.
Michael Lander is the Technical Director at Elevated Third.
Gabe Sullice is a backend developer at Aten Design Group.Read more