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 7pm. 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
Come help us convert Drupal 8's theme engine to Twig!
We're nearing the home stretch of Round 1 of the Twig conversion, and it's time to get all hands on deck! If you can create patches, test patches, review patches, convert PHPTemplate to twig, improve documentation, or help us clean up the theme system (there's plenty of non-twig-related work too!) then please, meet us online from 1-5pm on Friday, March 22nd
In April, we will be talking about RESPONSIVE THEMES! :)
Perhaps several folks can spend around 15 minutes on a particular theme like:
Sasson - Carl (?)
Omega - Darryl (?)
Adaptive - me (or Kristin Tkoch or someone else?)
xyz - Julia (?)
Zen5 - (?)
There has been little response to Carl's post about not being able to present tomorrow night.
Should we stay or should we go?
(I mean, stay with tomorrow night or go to the following Tuesday - probably not what the Clash were singing about.)
Anyway, if we're staying with tomorrow night, I can give a technical talk about using the Migrate module. I've been hot and heavy for the last couple weeks migrating a vBulletin forum to D7, and I can talk to the specifics of writing mapping code between them.
So, yeah. Didn't notice that until today.
We can either reschedule for the second tuesday of the month, or we can move the "battle of the base themes" talk until April.
edit: I can't seem to delete this to make a poll instead, so head over to http://doodle.com/rha4kyywabvatc5s
There will be a sprint on the new theme system in Drupal 8. We have a lot of core patches that need to be reviewed and rerolled, and we could use all the help we can get!
Check out this awesome page Joel made for how to prepare and what do do day-of:
meet up in person
Southern CA (Sat, March 9th only) w/ steveoliver
Location still TBD!
If anyone has any office space in North County San Diego to share, that would be great!
please contact steveoliver
perhaps a little late, but the techraising meetup tonight should be pretty relevant for front endish folks.
But I have to! Apparently there is ONE person who cannot read class schedule that are posted on toadalfitness.com in what is claimed to be the most current edition of IE. However, I cannot seem to recreate the issue, leaving me with the crazy question of "how the heck do I fix this". I have never heard a developer speak kindly of IE, but that does not mean I can afford the luxury of "Forget IE". So how does one go about recreating an issue such as this and then fixing it?
Ok, Drupal group peeps. Here's my problem:
My client has a Drupal 6 install with a vanilla drupal contact form.
They have shared hosting at dreamhost with their domain email being hosted through google apps.
So far so good.
Recently we have noticed that they can receive email from any anonymous user who does not have a gmail.com email.
This means that if an anonymous user wants to contact them and puts email@example.com into the email field of the form, the mail will not go through.Read more
Join us on April 26, 2013 in Downtown Los Angeles for Drupal Development Best Practices, a full day of Drupal training! This training is being produced by Exaltation of Larks, a Drupal strategy, development, consulting and training firm with a team of experts in Los Angeles.
|Sign up today at http://www.larks.la/training|
This one-day workshop gives you a comprehensive tutorial on the right way to manage your Drupal website. You'll learn about version control for your code and ways to manage changes in your data. You’ll also see how the Features module can enable you to keep your configuration changes in version control.
We'll cover industry-approved deployment strategies that let you move smoothly through development, testing and live environments. You’ll get a high-level overview of how to modify the way your site looks by sub-theming, preventing hours of frustration should your original theme be updated.Read more
I mentioned that I have done this to move data across to a new Drupal site with Feeds. Perl is (IMHO) an awful language, but it's available everywhere, so it's convenient.
And then this morning...
I love XKCD, but then, what geek doesn't?
Just wondering what the general thoughts are about these modules. The Distro that brought me to Drupal in the first place has panels installed on the D7 alpha and I would like to become familiar with it. I have a test site that would be a great playground for this, but seems cumbersome out of the box.
I know AT is on the upcoming discussion list, but I have a site that is having some re-size issues. A footer view is not resizing and some embedded video is not re-sizing. I am looking for some tips or directions to look for answers.
for the videos
Went live with my first site job and got this error on the locations page (http://toadalfitness.com/locations):
Warning: include(/home6/toadalfi/public_html/sites/all/modules/openlayers//templates/openlayers-map.tpl.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in theme_render_template() (line 1495 of /home6/toadalfi/public_html/includes/theme.inc).
DrupalCamp Sacramento, inspired by the BarCamp events, is a medium sized gathering where people discuss and learn about Drupal, an open-source content management system that is powering more and more of the web every year. Come to share ideas, get involved in the community, and meet in person the people you see so often online!
I got a little frustrated dealing with MAMP and decided to setup my own local dev environment - I found a good gist outlining it, but I encountered a typo and had to update the PHP section a bit so I forked it. I added in DNS (hence the DNS section being less super auto copypaste cool). ;)Read more
Well, as title suggests, I need some help with a complex rule. Here is the what I am trying to accomplish.
On the registration page for new users, I am using profile2, I have a select list, this select list is within a field collection. Based upon the selection from this select list the user might join, one, multiple, or no groups.
Similar questions have been asked over the web, but there seems to be no answers.
I believe I have the bulk of it at least to test a simple version of the rule, before creating a rule set.
Event -> After saving a new profileRead more
We are accepting session submissions for SANDcamp starting Wednesday, Jan 2 to Wednesday, Jan 9. Please spread the word to your fellow Drupalers and if you haven't registered, do so right now :) Can't beat $10 for two full days of Drupal! https://sandcamp.org/products/registration
This time around we're 2013's SANDcamp old school and putting our focus on promoting the latest Drupal trends, sprints, training and speakers! Camp will be held at UC San Diego campus and will have our socials at the best campus dive Porter's Pub.
Help spread the word :)