The Santa Cruz Drupal User's Group is looking to connect Drupal users in and around Santa Cruz, California.
We have a budding tech community in Santa Cruz. One factor in our tech growth is the use of Drupal at several local web shops, start-ups, and organizations. Drupal use at UC Santa Cruz is also growing and it's time we all got together to share knowledge and learn from each other.
We (almost always) meet on the first Tuesday of each month, at 7:00pm. Meetings are free and held at NextSpace at 101 Cooper Street in downtown Santa Cruz. All are welcome. Ring the buzzer to get let into the building.
Note - If the meeting day falls on a holiday or during the winter holidays (e.g. January), then we will probably reschedule the meeting.
101 Cooper St.
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Has anyone any experience with Ubercart anonymous checkout? I have it installed and it works, but the Drupal account verification email is sent along with the Ubercart one, so people get two emails regarding what to do next for login on your account. Of course he onetime link used in the Ddrupal email is invalid, because Ubercart logs the user straight in after checkout.
Any way just wondering how to shut off the Drupal email without affecting the normal create account workflow that I have set up (requiring administrator approval).
Thanks for any help
Come to New Relic to hear Nica Lorber Chapter Three's creative director share her tips for maintaining the quality of your new site after launch.
Nothing is worse than delivering a sparkling new site full of promise and seeing it ruined with crappy content. The best designed sites can be wrecked with blurry imagery, TLDR* copy, and incorrect use of styles.
In this session, I’ll cover factors that contribute to crappy content implementation and the steps we can take to avoid them. I will share deliverables that close the gap between site launch and maintenance.
I will cover:Read more
The May SC DUG with be May 6th at 7pm.
Anyone have anything they want to discuss?
I would like to either present my Drupal Site Tuneup talk:
or at least run through the slides quickly and get feedback.
But, if anyone else wants to discuss anything else, add a comment :)
Due to the great response, we are all set for the short term but, if you want to get on our potential contractor list, feel free to still contact us. Thanks!
No recruiters or off-shore companies, please ;)
Hook 42 is looking for contractors / freelancers in the United States who are available within the next 4 months. Small Drupal shops who want to partner up will be considered as well.
Here are the types of things that will be required:
I am trying to find a way to simply and cleanly add a (completed) flag to individual repeating date. I have a calendar that sets tasks for repeated schedule and want a way to flag each date as complete. I am finding very little in my searches and wonder if anyone else has run across this functionality? Any leads will help. Date instance may be the solution, but I am not sure how I feel about breaking each date off into a separate node.
The April Santa Cruz DUG falls on April Fool's day ;) Some people thought maybe this would be a good time to do something different and play some board games or something. But... we are open to ideas.
What do you want to do? Someone want to present?
Does anyone have any experience with trying to integrate a Forum with a mailing list on Drupal? I have a possible project for a group that has a relatively unused 3rd party forum product on their website but generally talks over a private Yahoo Groups mailing list. Can these be integrated so that emails to the list end up on the forum (and are owned by the correct account, not glommed into a single account like anonymous), and forum postings go out to the email list?Read more
There's always some interest in people getting outside the Drupal box and seeing what is out there... Kirby CMS might have some appeal for folks. http://getkirby.com
It looks like it should have some of the appeal of the simplicity of Jekyll (all flat files), while having a UI for non-technical folks. I'm not sure when I'll have a chance to play around with it (it might have been a good solution for a small gig I was intending to use as an excuse to play around in Ghost with, though I ended up just going back to a familiar CMS).
And it's in PHP. :p
I've just joined this group.
My company has 5 or so Drupal sites for different purposes, such as our website (www.extraview.com) and for our end-user documentation (docs.extraview.com).
We have an occasional need for some custom PHP work to be done with modules and I'm looking for a local resource to help with this - our engineers are too busy with our core product. There's an immediate need to move some modules from version 6 to 7, and to help with the theme upgrade.
If you're interested, please contact me.
carl @ extraview.com
Where: UCSC EXTENSION SILICON VALLEY 2505 Augustine Drive, Santa Clara, CA 95054
RSVP here: http://www.meetup.com/DrupalGroup/events/169527712/
Launches are tough on developer(s).
How do you ensure that your Drupal site launch goes off without a hitch?Read more
10:00 - 10:15 :: Mingle & Settle
10:15 - 11:00 :: Intro CSS PreProcessors SASS/LESS/etc.
11:00 - 12:00 :: Special issues & Networking
I forgot to bring this up last night at the meeting. I have a RoR developer/designer that is going to do a deeper overview of SASS/LESS on Saturday and I wanted to make sure that anyone from this group was invited to if they wanted to learn more...
So I am trying to figure something out....I am using MyTinyTodo to create user to do lists. I have created a view so that I could use a block for display in certain contexts (using Omega+Context+Delta). The content type that utilizes the TinyTodo field also has a User Reference field that makes it so I can show view blocks based on UID contextual filter. I then created a rule that creates the node upon saving new user account and assigns the UID. When I run the test, the list does not show up. I check the view and enter the UID as a contextual filter and the list displays.
Our March SCDUG will be on Tuesday March 4th at 7pm.
What should we talk about?
We were thinking maybe learning about the various frontend technologies from a big picture perspective and how they all fit in with each other... types of grid systems, front-end preprocessors, responsive frameworks, etc. Not much detail on each of these, but just a laundry list of what is out there and how they fit into the bigger picture. This would need to be lead by Kristin (K2) and/or Julia and/or Carl and/or Darren :)
Thoughts? Other topics?
A local business owner inquired with one of my colleagues about getting help with a couple of Drupal sites. If you are available to help or know a Drupal developer who is, contact Mark at markstephensyoga.com.
I have two developed/live Drupal sites that need new development and tune-ups, and I am planning a new third site. Links to both live sites are below.
What do they/I need?
Fix some of CMS issues.
Add new functions:
- Some pages to require user accounts, roles and permissions;
• Multiple SSO scenarios ( General, Non Drupal specific)
• SSO within Drupal (5.x / 6.x / 7.x and same version)
• SSO of Drupal and other CMS/framework
• Popular and recommended modules of Drupal
• Points to ponder if planning for SSO
• Questions, developer needs to know prior to initiating the SSO project
• How important is IDM (Identity Management)
• Corporate Login to Cloud Application
• Cloud Login to Internal Application
• Corporate Login to Internal Application(s)
Training day at GLADCamp 2014, this year's Greater Los Angeles Drupal Camp, is on March 7th, 2014. We have room at our conference venue for 3 simultaneous trainings and are starting our call for trainings! Everyone is welcome to apply:
Space is limited and priority is given to experienced Drupal trainers and training companies. Don't let that discourage you, though. If you're a newcomer to the Drupal training scene and want to offer something no one has offered before, we'd love to hear from you!Read more