So basically, I have some entities with dates, and I installed views and calendar to show these dates in a nice calendar.
But then I decided to add a birthday field to my user entity. And I'd like to get that in my calendar which already is showing the date fields.
I'm using the birthday module for showing birthdays.
Panel: Join our esteemed panel of Drupal event organizers as we discuss the various methods of getting your DrupalCamp or UserGroup sessions recorded and distributed. It's done many different ways and sometimes not at all! Listen in as we discuss this very relevant topic.
This event will be rescheduled ASAP.
Archived session will be available on: http://DrupalDojo.com sometime after the recording
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Drupal Dojo Session--Open your Enterprise with Open Enterprise Drupal7 Distribution from LevelTen (3/8 1:00 ET)
Leader: Tom McCracken (TomDude48)
Description: We're going to take a deep dive into this amazing Drupal 7 Distribution!
Open Enterprise utilizes Drupal APPS, the hottest method going for packaging functionality with Drupal sites.
Find out how leveraging Drupal APPS on OpenEnterprise is the best way to build out rich functionality for your Drupal project.
TO REGISTER: please visit https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/310859248 [Event has passed]
Archived session will be available on: http://DrupalDojo.com sometime after the recordingRead more
- Recap goals for the Media Sprint
- The outcome of the sprint
1. Media 1.0-RC1
2. Improvements to 2.x
3. How usable/stable is 2.x at the moment?
- Next steps
1. What’s left to do before 2.0
2. What others can help with
3. Media Module Initiative
Leader: Doug Vann (dougvann)
Description: Drupal 7 has been out for 11weeks now. So how's it going for you? I've been VERY busy in it and I want to share with you my observations and successes.
TO REGISTER: please visit https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/747039344
Archived session should be available on: http://DrupalDojo.com on 4/1/11
This session will provide an intro Drush, from download and use to rapidly increasing your Drupal site building. We will also talk about Drush Make and maybe how features works with it all.
Archived on Drupal Dojo: http://drupaldojo.com/session/drush-drush-make-features-too
Introduction and Discussion re Building with Drupal 7
Drupal7 Site building - Is it all that different in Drupal7? Not really, but it's different enough that you might get lost along the way as you navigate the changes. Join us and take the short path to getting up to speed on the Drupal7 way of doing things!
View Archive: http://drupaldojo.com/session/drupal7-site-building
Drupal Dojo Session: Rapidly build online communities with Drupal Commons
Leader: Jay Batson (batsonjay)
More info: Unveiling the power of Drupal Commons for rapid deployment of online communities.
Very soon, Drupal will bid a fond (ha!) farewell to CVS, and git will step up to the collective plate. In this session, I'll run through what differences you can expect to see on launch day, what changes are further down the road, and talk a bit about how I think git might change Drupal's community workflows right away.
I might get into basic git instructions, but don't count on it :)
Register to attend: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/954426608
Leader: Denes Lados (mimrock)
The book module is often seen as the documentation in/for Drupal. But it falls short in a couple of areas:
* There is only 1 hierarchy that never really fits all needs
* There are no standards in structuring the information inside a post, so 1 post might actually explain more than 1 topic
* You can only export individual pages or top level chapters with their children, you can't easily export cherry-picked topics (across chapters) into 1 document
* Version management is handled through the forking of the whole documentation