Dojo documentation and guidelines

Dojo documentation, guidelines, and rules of the road.
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The Liquidation of a Similar Group and the Clarification of Dojo Guidelines

I've been learning Drupal for a little over a year now and have created a new group Students of Drupal to share my sometimes incredibly hard-won triumphs scaling the drupal learning curve. However the D.G. moderators have since pointed me to the Boston Initiative and the Drupal Dojo as potential places to migrate the content of my group and to express my ideas.

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Drupal Training and Curriculum Chat

Start: 
2010-05-03 15:00 - 16:00 America/New_York
Event type: 
Online meeting (eg. IRC meeting)

In order to follow up on some of the discussions that were taking place at DrupalCon SF around developing standards, rubrics, and common ground in general for Drupal Training.

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Design and Usability: A Drupal Learning Track

[This is a wiki - please don't hesitate to update, revise, and contribute your ideas!]

Overview: focus on the site builders, themers and those interested in delivering a killer user experience both for Drupal itself and for their own sites.

Goals

  • Attract more designers to Drupal
  • Improve Drupal’s visual design
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Code Development: A Drupal Learning Track

[This is a wiki - please don't hesitate to update, revise, and contribute your ideas!]

Overview: Learn the latest techniques in site development. / simpletests, coding practices, scalability, deployment and so on.
Audience: hobbyist, consultant, web developer

Goals

  • Create a foundation for development and deployment of Drupal sites
  • Rapidly create a site with a Drupal specific workflow
  • Build sites without coding
  • Use Drupal as a platform
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HOWTO: Use DimDim To Host and Attend a Dojo Session

The Drupal Dojo has 20-seat screen-sharing account with the DimDim service that is available for the wider Drupal community to use any time anyone wants. We encourage Dojo people and any Drupal folk to make use of this resource.

If you're curious about how this works, the best thing is just to try it out. Here's how:

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Drupal Dojo DimDim Online

It's finally happened! The Drupal Dojo has it's very own 100-seat-capable DimDim account!

Thanks to all who chipped in over the course of November to get the funding together.

Currently, all group admins have the login, but as soon as we can figure out a way to share this information more widely w/o it being abused, we'll get it into more of your hands. In the meantime, contact me directly if you'd like to login and use the Drupal Dojo's screen-sharing service.

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HOWTO: Make a Drupal Videocast

(This content was pulled from the official handbook page on screencasting)

If you would like to contribute a videocast to the community here are some loose standards we recommend

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Guidelines and ideas for lessons, presentations, workshops, and projects

This working document is an attempt to identify and compile potential topics for lessons, sessions, tasks, projects and collaborative workshops. Anything that would be considered a contribution to Drupal and adheres to the projects mission statement and principles should be considered appropriate.

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