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
Join us on November 16, 2012 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.
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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.
What you will learn:
- Using version control with Drupal
- Maintaining development, testing and production environments
- Managing configuration changes using the Features module
- Creating a basic sub-theme
- Creating a basic module
- Understanding Drupal’s API and the hook system
Join us on November 12 & 13, 2012 in Downtown Los Angeles for Site Building with Drupal, two full days of Drupal training! Learn by doing at this hands-on, exercise-based training from Exaltation of Larks, a Drupal strategy, development, consulting and training firm with a team of experts in Los Angeles.
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In two days, you will be brought up to speed on Drupal and be ready to tackle their own project. Learn how to manage media, build calendars and complex, dynamic queries of content by selecting and configuring the most popular modules.
This course is suitable both for Drupal users who are new to Drupal and those who want to broaden their Drupal skills. You'll also review Drupal's block system and learn how to use taxonomy to categorize your content.Read more
I find it useful to scan the list of modules other people have used on a project. I can often find one or two new "gems" :) It is hard to find modules on drupal.org (though I've been recently trying to follow the new module releases on twitter). And, of course, we do find out the latest-greatest modules via Camps and Cons.
Anyway... this is an easy exercise. Go to each of your Drupal 7 projects and list out the modules and paste it in a comment... bonus points for telling a little about the project ;)
My foot is still in the cast, so I have been mostly stuck at home on our 2nd floor. I've got a little project to do for a friend's firefighters union. I took some of my free time to do something I knew was possible but hadn't tried to do before.
Before I get into it, please don't tell me how ugly the site is. OTOH, please do feel free to give me some constructive feedback. I'm a programmer, not a graphic artist.Read more
THANKS FOR THE AMAZING RESPONSE!!!! WE HAVE A GOOD POOL OF VOLUNTEERS NOW :)
If you are going to BADCamp on November 2nd and have an hour or two or more to help out at the free multilingual training:
please leave a comment! I've attached a draft of the training notes/schedule.Read more
Friends, I'm encountering a permissions problem with a page I build using hook_menu and a custom form. I am not able to access it as an anonymous user. No permissions are required for the page. After hours of debugging, I am thinking it is a black hole permissions problem such as described here:
Wondered if anyone else has encountered this? Do you have any insights to offer me?
Thanks, and have a great weekend.
Hi, Everyone, that was a good meeting last night!
My client in San Francisco asked me today if I know any drupal developers willing to take on a project due in early Dec. They're a design/development agency.
They're a very professional company, working off requirements docs and wireframes and requiring pretty detailed reporting of hours on different tasks of the project.
Please contact me directly if interested.
I almost forgot to post this! We'll be meeting tomorrow night: October 2nd at 7pm at Nextspace.
What should we talk about? Anyone want to present? I'd love someone to demo using Omega+Delta+Context if anyone has done that as an alternative to Panels :) Or, if you know how to do "fancier" stuff with Display Suite (layout within a layout?).
Other topics welcome! Leave a comment...
I was wondering if there might be some time or space available to talk about how to set up a D7 multisite on a localhost. I am running into some issues about thinks I don't quite understand. I am hoping to reschedule an appointment to be to the group meeting at 7, but may not make it til 7:45. Sorry to ask a question and then be late :(
Cabrillo College is seeking to hire a local Santa Cruz County- Drupal Developer.
Please do not apply if you are not local.
Three month initial contract with long term potential. 20-40 hrs/week
Part time in office/ part time from home.
We are looking for candidates that are excited about education and inspiring middle and high school students across the county achieve college success.
Website development- MySQL data base integrations- user profiling systems. Large user volume.
3+years Drupal Exp.
3 Month initial contract- long term potential
On behalf of the SF Bay Area Drupal community, I want to invite everyone to attend this year's Bay Area Drupal Camp (BADCamp) hosted on the beautiful campus of the University of California at Berkeley from Thursday, November 1st through Sunday, November 4th. Now in its sixth year, BADCamp is the flagship Drupal event of the San Francisco Bay Area and is expected to draw almost 2000 attendees for four days of summits, sessions, sprints, and social events.
For anyone who might be interested in a small office space, there is one available on the East side of town next to mine. It's about 500 sq ft with its own bathroom and 3 parking spaces. (It's rare to find private offices of this size in SC.) The landlord is great. The rent is reasonable. Just let me know and I'll hook you up offline.
Our August Santa Cruz Drupal user group meeting will be Tuesday August 7th, 2012, from 7pm to 9pm.
Propose some topics below! If you'd like to present something, leave a comment!
Some things that I (Kristen) have been looking into a lot lately are responsive web design, typography, and general web design. I'm not a "designer" so I've been finding this interesting.
Sorry for the late post. As far as I know there will be an SCDUG Tuesday night (July 3rd) at 7pm at Nextspace.
Julia & Paul - please confirm the meeting is still on.
Kristen is out of town so won't be there... Hope everyone is having a great summer!
Last updated by wizonesolutions on Tue, 2012-06-26 21:05
Let's start this off simple...place a link to your profile page or contact page (no direct e-mail addresses if you can help it) if you are looking to split hotel costs or arrange/host similar lower-cost accomodation...arrangements.Read more
There are 144 days left until the social event of the season called BADCamp. We have 0 people signed up for the event and $12,000 in sponsorship money raised. It will be all happening, of course, but plenty of work to do. The high level goals are to chat website things and help build the larger team of volunteers.
NOTE - This meeting is before the SFDUG social event at the C3 office. We will only be meeting for one hour, so come prepared to BADCamp.
* Schedule - Monday at 5pm
* In person - 300 Beale Street, Suite 101 (Chapter Three Office)
I've been struggling on getting a views slideshow to output it's content in the center of a content area with little success. I'm running into some CSS that I can't figure out where to override.
When inspecting element, it is apart of the row class and is coming from "element.style" and setting a position of absolute. I've done a search for this setting in all views, views slideshow, and pix reloaded theme (using) CSS and tpl files but with no luck on track it down.
Anybody have an idea what I'm missing or where else to look on how to override?
Department: Marketing and Public Relations Office
Position Reports to: Director of Marketing and Public Relations
Status: Regular, Full-time, Non-Exempt Position
Position & Duties:
As a member of the Marketing and Public Relations Office, the University Web Manager initiates new strategic directions to improve University recruitment efforts, interacts and provides advice to senior management and executes special assignments and tasks requiring discretion and independent judgment. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:Read more