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 might reschedule the meeting.
101 Cooper St.
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
I have some work that needs to be done around the Media Browser and I could either use some assistance, or direction from others experience on the site I am working on. I am happy to hire out the work if you know what you are doing and get it kicked back out quickly.
The website adds content through a media browser that can search through directories as configured and then place them inline where needed. This media already exists and just needs to be grabbed and shown in the browser.
If you have ideas, please share.Read more
Does anyone have experience creating new product types, products, line items, content types for commerce so that one can add a product?
I can use the commerce kickstart, but I need to implement commerce via module install on an existing site. I might even be able to use you for a short while on the project for some of the heavier pieces or to jump start the site.Read more
Hey... slight reminder that I won't be at the meeting tonight. The room is booked under my name at NS, and putting the word out there to ensure that there will be another NextSpacer that can let people into the room tonight.
This is a business directory of Drupal shops, independent consultants, and businesses that are in the Central Coast (California), including Santa Cruz County, San Benito County, Monterey County, San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara County and Ventura County, or are very involved in the Central Coast Drupal communities.
You are welcome to edit and add to the directory, but keep the list alphabetized and do not remove entries. Adding links and geographical locations is encouraged.
This directory is a shared resource that documents the thriving Central Coast Drupal business community and is not intended to be endorsement of any of the listed vendors and businesses. For Drupal businesses that are not in the Central Coast, see the Available for work page and the official Drupal services directory.Read more
Hi, I could use a little help. I just updated several modules on my site, along with the corresponding database updates & now I can't get back in. Everything went fine. No errors at all. With all the updates complete I could navigate throughout the site fine before I logged off. (I did update the modules without updating to the latest version of Drupal core for D7.)
Here is the error I'm getting:Read more
I like to post locally first, before going global. ;^)
Here's the scenario:
Each user has their profile using Profile2. I have a OG group type where users of course are going to be admins. I need all group members to be able to view the group admin's profile.
Of course this to me seems basic and doable, but now been struggling with this for a few days now. Seemingly after reading some threads this is doable, and need to turn on Profile2 Group Access to make this work. Well, I have turned it on, and I see no changes to any cfg page anywhere.Read more
We will meet next month on Tuesday May 7th at 7pm at Nextspace.
I can't remember if we picked any topics at the last meeting ;) If we did, add a comment. Otherwise, I would like to go through my multilingual presentation slides (for DCPDX) with everyone to get feedback. I could do the presentation (45 minutes) or just walk through the slides. Might also be a good day to do a "round robin" to see what everyone is working on.
Howdy all, I posted my demo from last Tuesday online: http://www.pfvdw.com/blog/drupal-sass-and-compass-are-friends
Hope this helps!Read more
I am trying to work with some images in ckeditor wysiwyg and I can input the links but I am seeing them as anchors and the image-x-generic.png instead of images. I am using media browser...
Has anyone had experience with this?
Does anyone have a better solution for inlining images?
It appears that IMCE is having a bit of an issue with the file browser...Read more
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 22ndRead more
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 - (?)
Sorry for the late notice... February flew by.
We'll get together tonight as usual... here are some ideas about what to discuss:
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.Read more
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.Read more
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?Read more
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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