This group is to relate experiences with Open Atrium and share ideas about this install profile along with understanding and leveraging Spaces, Features, and Contexts for making it work better for you.
Talk with other community members here, in the issue queue on Community.OpenAtrium.com and on IRC in the #open_atrium channel on freenode.net.
If you're just getting started, you might find the documentation pages useful.
There doesn't seem to be an OA discussion area on OpenAtrium.com. This group doesn't appear to have much help available either. For general discussion and support requests I'm loathe to clog up the D.O issue queue, so I'm hoping Phase2 will start a discussion section on OA.com.
Hello, I would like to included a flexible survey type of content in our spaces, maybe webform. Can anyone comment on creating OA aware content types? What needs accounted for in addition to an OG content type? Anyone use og_webform? What alternatives to webform are there?
Thank you, just trying to start of in the best direction.
I think the Sandbox feature is brilliant. I'm using it now, but there is some content that I've decided works just fine, so when I edited the content, I de-selected the Test Content checkbox and saved.
But when I edit the content again, I see that the checkbox is checked again. I presume that, upon turning off Sandbox Mode, that particular content will be deleted, even though I de-selected the checkbox, yes?
Is there no way to turn test content into real content?
I created a Private, top-level Space (no parents) and I created a Group. I assigned the group to the space so that members of the Group would have access to the Space. When I view the Space via the Edit button, I see that the Space is now a Child of the Group?
What's happening here and how does this affect permissions that I've set?
Does anyone know how I need to set up both the Group and the Space so that Space permissions override group permissions?
On February 27th at 9:00am the Bucket Brigade invites you to take a tour with us through the new Open Atrium 2 platform.
There have been significant changes and improvements (hat tip to Phase 2!) to Open Atrium's features and functionality which allows greater control of content beyond simple open and closed groups. With a new streamlined look and functionality, we think you'll see great potential in this new version
I am trying to create an intranet - it will all be one space, with various sections. I want to have a departments landing page (a section) that will have individual department pages (sections) under it.
I would ideally like to have the "+" (plus) button on the menu (on the departments landing page) to only allow a "Add Department" option to make it really intuitive for the editor.
Is this possible? I have been able to modify the section taxonomy to control the allowed children of sections, but can't get this to work as described above.
For public spaces, the Members button displays alongside the unlocked lock icon. Is there some way to hide these for anonymous users?
I created a group, then a space asigned the group to it.
The group has one user with editor rol, beside the site admin.
Sadly, the user of the group with access to that space was not able to do anything until I manually added as a space admin, but even then, he is only able to add content with very limited options, he can't add content to the body of a node, neither define section type when adding a section and so on.
That user has no right to access his dashboard.
What am I doing wrong?
I am using the latest OA2 7.x-2.13
I would like to be sure about the steps to perform when upgrading an OpenAtrium installation been in production:
1) Put it in maintenance
drush vset maintenance_mode 1
2) Do an archive dump
3) Move old version and put the new tar.gz
a) Set permissions b) copy the old 'sites' directory
4) Do a database update
5) Put in production
drush vset maintenance_mode 0
I noticed that for OA2, organic groups adds each user-created space to the OG menu and gives them weights, -50 to 50. After 101 groups, does this become a problem? If I were to have a site that had over 1000 spaces (groups), how would this work?
I'm having trouble getting OA2 vocabularies showing up on my content. I see the field listed in the content type, but it doesn't show up on the entry screen.
I see at the taxonomy level an ability to turn off and on node types, but I cannot get that particular screen to come up when I add a new taxonomy term.
Does anyone know of any documentation on vocabularies/tags/taxonomy on OA2 - if there is, I cannot find it.
I noticed in the Taxonomy on Sections, you can add both sections and subsections. Does the subsection work exactly like a section?
Used in this way, sections could replace tags/categories as a way to organize the content on a site -- just place the content of a particular space in its proper section/subsection.
Is there a problem doing it this way?
Creating a new internal company portal. Trying to learn OA2 by doing some customizing. Two Questions:
- How or can I change where the little house/home button points too? I need for it to go to a specific page.
- On the user's dashboard, is it possible to remove the settings button and move those items to the button (user's name) above?
Hi, I'm just starting out with OA2 and was wondering if it's possible to create a multi-stage workflow using the standard Drupal workflow module? I've tried installing the workflow module and using it to set up a review process for a new node type, but the workflow options don't seem to be visible when editing a node. Is this expected behaviour when using the workflow module with OA2?
Hi - New member to the OA community.
I had a question - if I were setting up a site for a large corporation, would I set up a global space for everyone in the corporation, followed by subspaces at the regional, departmental level, etc? The reason I ask is I want some resources to be available globally, and not just to particular spaces. I didn't know if globally meant no space at all, or if it needed to be declared as a global space.