WAMP installs PHP in a subdirectory of WAMP during the installation process. Installing Drush via http://drush.ws/drush_windows_installer also installs some kind of PHP in its subdirectory and "drush status" will show that it is using that php.ini file.
Why doesn't Drush just use the WAMP installed php files and WAMP's php.ini? Why do I need two php directories full of files? Can't I just use the WAMP php files for Drush, and if so, how?Read more
To anyone who was at the Acquia drupal gardens panel this Wednesday, feel free to email me if you want to discuss anything that I might of said or that was brought up.Read more
Booked For DrupalCon,
- TimeFor - Four Seasons
- Frob - Hilton
- TommyK - Warwick Hotel
- Pdumais42 - Hyatt Regency
- BTMash - Grand Hyatt
- Christefano - Crowne Plaza
- highermath - Hyatt Regency
- tom friedhof - Hyatt Regency
- whitefx - Monaco
- jmolivas - Comfort Inn Downtown
- Stew-bee - Hyatt Regency
- Alan Doucette - Hyatt Regency
- Michael Thorne - Crowne Plaza
- Chris Charlton
Join us at Casa Bonita on WED 3/21 in DenverRead more
I am asking this question here because I see many Drupal people using Macintosh systems. I am not a Mac user, but a client of mine is. He is currently using Entourage (came with Office 2004, 2008) to handle his email. It has been giving him lots of problems and he wants to consider other clients, and possible Gmail. He currently has email on his domain, but that can be redirected to a Gmail account.Read more
Who's going to SANDcamp this year? There's a large contingent of Los Angeles-area Drupal community members who are going, so feel free to post here if you're looking for co-presenters or rideshares.
Using Open Atrium to manage the communication, collaboration, and content publishing of multiple sub-groups
Hey LA Drupal Ninjas!
Happy New Year! A wonderful new not-for-profit community project was recently born and could use some love from the drupal ninja community, at this stage, in the form of a bit of advice and direction.
who is one of the most prolific and influential social and environmental justice activists alive today came to town to lead a workshop entitled:
"The Magic of Co-Creation"Read more
Hopefully, this is a really simple question.
I attempted to create a nodequeue to organize users in Drupal 7, but I didn't see "users" as one of the available content types (obviously because it's 'node'queue). Thinking back, I suppose I used 'content profile' in Drupal 6 in conjunction with nodequeue to control users.
How do I accomplish the same thing in Drupal 7? I want to be able to create a queue of coaches (users) and organize them in a specific order.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.