Oceania includes the geographical region comprising the Pacific Islands of Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia, Australia, and the Malay Archipelago.
This group was once named Drupal Pacifica and is under new management. Join us!
I would love to know any thought on developing native apps "powered by Drupal" (TM).
I have plenty of experience developing responsive websites which work great on a phone. However, for this new project the phone app should:
(a) appear in the app store/Google Play
(b) be able to take photos
I'm going to develop using D8 even though it's not quite ready yet (not long now, though!)Read more
Realityloop's Brian Gilbert is hosting the contribution sprints on Saturday 7 March at DrupalSouth and needs some volunteers to help out as Mentors.
Please get in touch if you're interested and willing to help get newcomers up to speed on how to contribute back to the Drupal Project. (you'll get a free T-shirt and bucketloads of karma)
Go to https://melbourne2015.drupal.org.au/contact and select Mentoring from the pull down menu.Read more
The full session schedule for DrupalSouth has been posted to the website.
Of course this may be subject to change.
It's also available as an ical and json feed.
A huge thankyou to the team for getting it together, all of you who submitted sessions, the content team who reviewed them, and Chris, Rikki and Pete for getting it ship shape on the site.
Less than a month to go now, so get your ticket!
Need help with a business case to convince your boss?Read more
Join us in Melbourne over 3 days in March for DrupalSouth.
The main conference takes place over Thursday 5th and Friday 6th, with an all in contribution sprint on Saturday 7th!
When? 5-7 March 2015
Where? Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
How much? $440
Keynotes by Angela "Webchick" Byron and Harriet Wakelam.
If you've already got a ticket, or you are speaking, please do help us spread the word and make sure everyone who should be there with us knows about it!Read more
We're delighted to announce that the keynote speaker for DrupalSouth 2015 will be Angela "webchick" Byron.
If you're a Drupal enthusiast, Angie needs no introduction. For everyone else, her influence is there (whether you know it or not) every time you use a Drupal site, and it's been there for nearly 10 years.
Angie is a co-maintainer of Drupal Core, a Drupal educator, a community leader, and a passionate open source evangelist. She also manages to squeeze in a full-time job as Director of Community Development at Acquia.Read more
There are only a few early bird tickets left. So if you want one, grab it now.
[ update: sorry! somehow all groups got selected, when only 3 should have :( fixed. ]Read more
Limited number of Early Bird tix are now on sale.
Super early bird tix are $330 - there's only 50 and they're already selling quickly.
But wait, there's more!
The call for sessions is open!
Check out the tracks...
1| Drupal Futures
2| Building with Drupal
3| Planning for Drupal
Then submit your session
Join the Drupal community of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific for three days of open source inspiration, learning and teamwork on Melbourne’s vibrant Southbank.
Developers, themers, site builders, web teams, business owners:
find out how Drupal is transforming organisations, the web, and the world.
NeSI (New Zealand eScience Infrastructure) provides High Performance Computing (HPC) facilities to New Zealand, supporting researchers across the public research sector and private industry.
NeSI needs an experienced Drupal web developer with great communication and project management skills to be the technical lead for our website NeSI.org.nz.Read more
Digital Garden are on the lookout for a motivated and driven Technical Digital Producer to join our creative team. You will be responsible managing the whole lifecycle of digital projects including scoping, costing, project plans, wireframes and workflow diagrams, ensuring the projects are delivered on time and on budget.Read more
We are very excited to announce that Drupal Downunder Sydney will be run as the first ever DrupalCon in the Asia Pacific Region.
DrupalCon Sydney will be held February 6-9, 2013 at the Crowne Plaza Coogee only meters from the beach. The event will be filled with high quality sessions, BoFs, training and more - all with the theme of "Growing Drupal Downunder".Read more
I have requested that drupal delete this group.
I have since moved from the Pacific with no immediate plans on returning. Since I do not have anyone else interested in maintaining this group, I have requested the deletion.
This group will no longer be active once that is done and I thank you all for participating.
UPDATE: The administrators will not delete the group if a new manager from the group is willing to continue maintaining the group.
After the great success of our first DrupalDownunder in January in Brisbane, and the overwhelming support for the idea we should do it all again - DDU2012 is planned for Jan14-15 in Melbourne.
Temp website with link to sponsor doc now up here:
Jan14-15 is the weekend immediately before linux.conf.au which will be in Ballarat (90 mins drive north west of Melbourne).Read more
Hey hey - a special call out to drupalchix in australia, new zealand and the asia pacific in general....
2 great conferences in Brisbane, Australia in January would LOVE to invite you to present.
The haecksen miniconf at LCA2011 is for women in free and open source software:Read more
Casual meetup, dinner & drinks on Wednesday evening for Drupalers from down under (or there abouts) who are attending DrupalCon San Francisco. Note also the DrupalCon Asia-Pacific Organizers (DCAPO) meeting earlier in the day.
You don't need to signup for this event — you can just show up. Though signing up helps us determine what venue will accommodate us and if we need a reservation (hopefully not).Read more
Joomla seems prevalent in many Pacific Island countries as the CMS of choice. I have seen it popular especially in the Cook Islands where most government ministries and private sector run Joomla based websites. In Fiji, there is also a good number of Joomla websites. Here in the Solomon Islands, the uptake of CMS is relatively slower although many people are beginning to appreciate the power of CMS systems. Statistically, I have no empirical evidence to claim the popularity of any particular CMS deployed in the Solomon Islands. However, I could perhaps guess that it is an even split.Read more
DrupalSouth Wellington 2010 is the New Zealand Drupal event. It will be NZ's largest ever gathering of Drupal developers, designers, contributers and business folk. DrupalSouth Wellington will be on Saturday and Sunday 23-24 January — just after Linux.conf.au Wellington.
DrupalSouth features some great speakers and attendees from NZ and abroad, including
- Angela Byron (webchick); Drupal 7 core committer, Drupal community nurturer, and co-author of Using Drupal
- Emma Jane Hogbin (emmajane); co-author of Front End Drupal, uber-documenter, Drupal evangelist/speaker and community all-rounder
- Liz Henry (lizhenry), BlogHer.com developer — the largest community for women bloggers, built on Drupal since 2006
Registration costs just $67.50 NZD including GST ($60 for non-NZ businesses) and includes lunch, coffee and tea on both days – not to mention access to a great line up of speakers and sessions on awesome topics. The full schedule is coming soon!
DrupalSouth Wellington will be at the upstairs function room at Mac's Brewery Bar & Restaurant, on Wellington City's waterfront, and just a few hundred metres from Linux.conf.au at the Wellington Convention Centre.Read more
Last updated by grafixfarm on Fri, 2009-08-28 23:36
As the driving force behind web development at Solomon Telekom Company Limited, it gives me a lot of opportunity to initiate open source projects. The first drive to move into the FOSS world was our initiative to deploy our company intranet using Drupal 5. The combination with CCK, Views and Webforms allowed us to replicate many of our business processes easily. Some newer processes were implemented to streamline some existing business processes and conform to current web practises. All in all, it has been a "small" revolution but significant in a way.Read more