The Drupal Design Camp Boston website is launched and we are getting ready for the June 13-14 event at MIT.
The attendee list is growing, and the sponsors are almost as excited as we are!
If you plan to attend, jump in at http://boston.design4drupal.org and sign up before it fills up completely.
Attendees can submit sessions, post to forums, join live chat on IRC, make small financial donations, and check out the latest News.
You can also follow us on twitter at D4DBoston.Read more
Let me know if you would be interested in a permanent full time position in Boston. It's close to the T, so it's an easy commute.
- Drupal Modules
- Drupal Themes
- General Server and IT knowledge required
Also looking for DC and Seattle. If you know of anyone...spread the love!
The Boston sprint is dedicated to upgrading drupal.org's Drupal 5 platform to Drupal 6, in preparation for the redesign. During this week-long sprint at One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) offices in Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA, we plan to get a working upgrade path for the existing drupal.org databases, port the project infrastructure to Drupal 6, and implement Views, among other issues.
Please see the project issues list and email Susan MacPhee at email@example.com to volunteer expertise on issues you can help resolve.
In your email, please include your level of time commitment, Drupal experience background, and which tasks you would like to help with.
If you have any questions, please contact Susan.
Upgrade drupal.org from Drupal 5 to 6 project issues lists:
Sprint announcement from Dries Buytaert:
Seasoned Drupal/PHP Developer to Join Great Team
We are developing an innovative educational platform using Drupal (along with a few other Open Source applications) and need a seasoned Drupal/PHP developer to continue to drive the expansion of our business. This is a great opportunity to join a a great team in a rapidly growing start-up and go beyond simply creating web-sites and really push the limits of what can be done with Drupal.
1 Full-time (contractor or employee) Drupal/PHP developer
About Us:Read more
Cross posting from Craigs List:
Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org [?]
Date: 2008-09-05, 5:23PM EDT
Location: Boston Area (Currently in Needham, MA - relocating by end of the year to Boston)
Position Title: Web Application Developer
Type of position: Full-Time or Contract-to-Hire
Travel Required: None
Responsibilities: The Sr. Web Application Developer will be responsible for developing and administering all Web marketing infrastructure for the NetGraviton.com Web site. Typical day-to-day responsibilities include:Read more
As part of the web development and IT team working in a small but growing publishing company, you will be responsible for designing, developing, and deploying new web projects as well as extending existing applications. In addition, you will help with managing other information systems and IT functions within the company.Read more
For those of you that weren't able to attend Drupalcon Boston 2008, here are some links to some of the Presentation Slides that are hosted on people's individual blogs/sites:Read more
Tuesday, March 4th, 1:45 to 3:15
We'll be having a followup BoF Thursday morning at 9:00 AM. All interested parties, we'll see you there.
These notes were taken during the session by John Jones, with some minor notes added in after the fact.
LDAP integration -- problems getting ldap_provisioning to work.
CAS working with D6, mediawiki, others. Single sign on solution. Available on Drupal.org (CAS_auth)
Also Pubcookie.Read more
Bob Goodman presented http://boston2008.drupalcon.org/session/burn-help-manual-strategy-self-explaining-ux-design at DrupalCon Boston.
Post any thoughts or ideas you have here.
Hey all, I'm getting ready to geek out at boston2008... here's "the track" I think I'm going to follow... if you're going, look out for me,,, if not, hope to share an interesting note when I get back.