The Metabolic Studio is a direct charitable activity of the Annenberg Foundation. Led by artist and director Lauren Bon, it is her studio for practice at the intersection of art and philanthropy.
The Metabolic Studio seeks a strong Drupal developer to work with a small, enthusiastic team in a fast-paced, distributed work environment. This is a 3-month, 30-40 hour per week contract with a strong possibility for an extension.Read more
The Annenberg Foundation seeks a strong mid-level Drupal themer/developer to work with a small, enthusiastic team in a fast-paced, distributed work environment. This is a 3-month, 30-40 hour per week contract with the possibility for an extension.Read more
Progress update - Frontend and Backend are now completely separate. Experimental multi-server support.
One of the major changes to Aegir for the 0.2 release, is integrating with Drush 2.x.
What this comes down to is that, like Drush, Provision has ceased being a 'module' in the traditional sense.
Each server that Aegir manages will now need to have one instance of Drush, and one instance of Provision.
This resulted in some refactoring in the Hosting module, as it was depending on Provision being available as a module for a number of things.
One of the other things that I added to the code in HEAD, once the refactoring had taken place, is the ability to call instances of Drush and Provision on remote servers. This means that you can now install, enable, disable, delete, backup, roll back , and upgrade Drupal sites on multiple servers, that are managed by Aegir.Read more
Hi! please try to look at these sites.
I'm trying to learn git now using windows.
Download at http://code.google.com/p/msysgit/downloads/list
Guide at http://nathanj.github.com/gitguide/
Unofficial repo at http://mikkel.hoegh.org/blog/2008/a_git_mirror_for_drupal_cvs
Video tutorials at http://gitcasts.com/posts/git-on-windows and http://www.vimeo.com/2111264
development set up guide at: http://www.versioncontrolblog.com/2007/08/02/upgrading-drupal-52-with-gi...