Have a task to build a community site. To put simply: 50% of features will be forum, community faq with voting, the other 50% will include e-zine, maybe some kind o a shop, link directory, user rating and etc, not much social networking stuff.
I am leaning to Commons installation, but it is not exactly what I want to start with.
NPO Drupal Friends,
ThinkShout is proud to announce that we are facilitating the first ever Drupal Day for Nonprofit IT Professionals event at this year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) April 3rd, 2012, at the Hilton Union Square in San Francisco.
The content of this full-day event will be geared toward IT decision-makers who either currently manage, or are considering, the Drupal content management system. With this focus, this event will be applicable to Drupal professional service providers specializing in the nonprofit sector, in-house nonprofit software developers, Drupal power-users, and executive nonprofit staff responsible for managing website and web application procurement and maintenance.Read more
Web/Community Developer(s) | SUNY Center for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL Center)
NAME OF ORGANIZATION: The State University of New York’s Center for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL Center):
POSITION: Website Consultant/Developer(s)
LOCATION: SUNY Global Center, New York, NY
Hi, My name is Jack Spivak. In Boulder, Colorado, USA.
Please check out this full featured and, so far, "unadvertised" drupal communities installation/platform, GrassrootsPower!!
Just got excited to see that Transition is thinking about drupal!
I'm joining your conversation for whatever I can offer/provide. Been working about 3 years already to put a robust Drupal offering together for groups/communities interested in doing productive work together. It is based on a social network backbone but has a purpose and interface with a decided workgroup flavor. It is specifically targeted at social, economic and environmental justice movements and includes some very novel concepts around automatic information sharing based on principles of knowledge ecosystems and communities of practice.Read more
Hey all, I've been caught up on the most recent discussions at our last meeting. I regret that I could not be there, but think I can make arrangements to be at the next one as it may shape up to be quite productive.Read more
With the summit a few weeks away I'm pleased to say that nearly all of the sponsorships are taken. We do have one or two bronze and a handful of community sponsorships remaining, but they're going fast. As you all know, all money collected goes directly to event costs or to the next summit, and we're 100% volunteer run.
Please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to snap up the last of the limited sponsorship opportunities available, show your support for this outstanding great community event, and demonstrate your leadership in our regional Drupal community.Read more
Please see posting for a contract Web Developer for a Drupal website.Read more
GreenhornConnect.com is a drupal site which helps Boston entrepreneurs and new/aspiring ones find all the resources, events and jobs our vibrant community has to offer. We're like a roadmap for a jungle of opportunity. We need help completing the site and continuing to fulfill the mission to help entrepreneurs.Read more
I work for the Meyer Memorial Trust and we recently had a campaign asking Oregonians for ideas on how best to use a million bucks to serve Oregon. The response was so overwhelming that one of the most popular ideas became that we find a way not only to keep all these great ideas alive, but also that we find a way to help those ideas get realized. In other words this site is about community getting together and getting things done for the greater good, in any size and shape of project, for example anything from simple projects like a few cyclist volunteers getting together to clear glass off a bike path, to complex projects that get philanthropy, government and nonprofits together working towards a substantial common goal.
This led to a large all-volunteer effort with a very diverse group of local community members to design what this tool would look like, and the result was a community web portal designed to push ideas forward, with outreach to those without easy access to tech. Our trustees approved the plan and now we're looking to hire a technical director for this exciting project, with the current title being: Director of Online Community Building Project. This person will take charge, determine the software we'll use and make it all happen. This might be one of you or might be perfect for someone you came across in your travels. We have more details posted on our website.
This is a project that has the potential to have huge impact on the health and welfare of Oregon and because whatever solution we come up with will be open source, it will be completely sharable with other communities anywhere.
I'm half tempted to apply myself...
We are beginning to create our website and we are looking for a Drupal designer that has the ability to create the look and feel for our site as well as manage the overall architecture of the Drupal back-end.Read more