I am having trouble with permissions in OA. I would like authenticated users to only view the site and create discussion posts and events. Yet when I log into my test authenticated user account it gives me the option to create documents for each section of the site.
In the authenticated user premissions. Nothing is checked in the Comment Alter, Node has only the view options checked.
I have already rebuilt permissions once. Am I missing something that is enabled?
Sorry if this is a newbie question, but I am trying to setup an intranet and have a section for HR forms (new employee, vacation request, etc.). I have installed webforms, and can create the form with no problem. However, It doesn't appear inside a specific section unless I manually create a link for it on the Space homepage.
Is there an easier/better way to do this so all the forms I create inside the space show up automatically?
Deseo conocer el promedio en costos de una implementación de open atrium básica.
- No desarrollo ni modificación de módulos.
- Uso de shoutbox, calendario, tareas, folders, etc.
Yo podría calcular el valor por hora multiplicado por la cantidad de horas de trabajo, pero me gustaría conocer el rango de costos para saber el tope MÁXIMO y el MÍNIMO. Alguna idea?
Estamos buscando un desarrollador para programar nuevos módulos sobre Atrium para nuestra intranet corporativa.
Los módulos que necesitamos son los siguientes:
- Procesos ISO: replicando la funcionalidad de Book, pero en vez que se publiquen los cambios inmediatamente, este tiene que pasar por un proceso de aprobación (pequeño worflow). Además se necesita que cada documento tenga un encabezado con metadata (número de versión, quien solicita el cambio, quien aprueba y quien publica).
The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) is requesting expressions of interest from interested parties who have theme development experience with OpenAtrium (http://openatrium.com). Specifically, RNAO would like to contract services to build a custom theme for the RNAO Communities (http://communities.rnao.ca/) website based on an existing design framework. This RFEI is intended to identify individuals and organizations who have expertise in OpenAtrium theme development to complete a short term contract with RNAO. This may lead to future contracts and opportunities.
Deadline for responses is February 20th, 2012. See attached PDF for more details and contact information.Read more
We had a very productive Distro Summit at SANDcamp this week https://www.sandcamp.org/drupal-distribution-summit There was an excellent dialog on both technical and business topics. There was distro maintainer representation from Acquia, Phase2, LevelTen, Four Kitchens, ChapterThree, ImageX, Lullabot and many others. There were 46 attendees who engaged in a full day discussion on various topics. We will be holding another Distro Summit later this year. I am writing a summary and resource document for distro maintainers and the community. It should be available within two weeks.Read more
We needed to be able to group Tickets within Open Atrium as backlog items to be organized into Iterations. After considering ways to emulate that with the stock Open Atrium architecture, I decided to just create the functionality and encode it as a Feature. The result is Open Atrium Iterations.Read more
How are people defining classrooms? Are you making a group for each class or are you using taxonomy? Have you got the dashboard working showing all of a student's assignments? Is gradebook working right? Please share what you've learned about the best way to organize classrooms in organic groups.
Here's what I'm doing: I am using OA (Beta 8) as a classroom tool for schools; the promise of team-based projects is the attraction. Having an easy, and also slick, way to do this is great.
But I am struggling with how to organize the groups.Read more
Work here continues to build upon Open Atrium. We have funded several contributions back to the community and are eager for future development work to benefit the community as well.
We want to help push the Open Atrium calendar feature to new levels and are looking for couple Drupal masters who love building calendars and events management tools. Working part-time and/or working remotely is not a problem. Ideal candidates would be ready to start work mid-July.
• Bachelor’s Degree with 3+ years experience as a web developer.