Toronto Drupal User Group
Welcome to DrupalTO (formerly: Toronto Drupal User Group), a meeting place for the Drupal community in the Toronto area for 10 years!
Upcoming Events 2017
- May 8th: TBD
Wanted: Drupal Web Developer with experience implementing multilingual sites
The United Church of Canada is seeking a freelance web developer with experience implementing complex sites using Drupal CMS. Knowledge of PHP and MySQL required. Knowledge of i18n (internationalization), and/or localizer preferred. Knowledge of views, menus, panels, templating/themes an asset.Read more
I registered civicrm.ca some time ago because it was available, and have just gotten around to setting up a basic 5.1 install with the links module on the community subdomain with the goal of having a directory of Canadian organization installs of Civicrm.
So - if you are a developer or site administrator of a Canadian organization using civicrm - please add yourself to the directory! I've left the registration open for now, but I'll probably have to moderate it when the new breed of drupal comment spammers discover me.Read more
Have a strong desire to help great progressive organizations make the world a better place? Looking to work with a fantastic team of Drupal developers and build out some really cutting edge sites? Do you use the word code as a verb and enjoy showing off your talents to other developers?Read more
I'm planning to organize some Civicrm sessions at the upcoming drupalcamp in toronto http://drupalcamptoronto.org/
I'm noticing that the civicanada group (http://groups.drupal.org/civicanada where i'm posting this), which I setup after an ad hoc session on civicrm at the last toronto drupal camp, is pretty defunct. I'm hoping that's due to a lack of leadership on my part rather than a lack of interest in the topic. In any case, if you're interested in helping out, or have some input into the content of such a session, let me know.Read more
Back by popular demand (following last month's presentation), this month we'll get hands-on, down and dirty with CCK & Views and see how to whip together some powerful drupal magic in a few short hours. We'll also be hoping for sunshine to come and melt away the snow.
We'll also be discussing the upcoming DrupalCampToronto - so if you're interested in helping to organize, please show up early (around 5:30).Read more
Thanks for everyone who turned up at the Tuesday DUG-TO meeting.
Apologies for the equipment malfunction that prevented me from showing more hands on details.
Thanks again to Reg. Charney of HiTechHub for the use of his laptop to get this going.
I will try to write an article on how to create a custom panel in the near future.
As for the presentation, you can get a copy of the presentation here.
Be sure to check the links and resources towards the end.Read more
Have a strong desire to help great progressive organizations make the world a better place? Looking to work with a fantastic team of Drupal developers and build out some really cutting edge sites? Can you write code better than a thousand monkeys with a million years on their hands?
Trellon is a development shop based in Washington, DC and we are looking for a few good programmers to work with our talented team of Drupal developers on some big projects. We’re offering a 1 – 2 month contract to build out a couple of client sites.Read more
Join us this month for a presentation by Khalid Baheyeldin of 2bits on how to use CCK, Views and Panels together for fun and profit. These 3 modules can be used together to add a ton of functionality to your site without a single line of code. Come have a coffee (or a hot chocolate!) at the Linuxcaffe and help spread the local drupal love.
Note: we're meeting on the 2nd Tuesday and at 6:30 instead of 6 (to give our out of towners some extra time to get into the city).Read more
Come fight the snow and ice for our monthly Drupal meetup (I promise the coffee is good at the cafe). We'll be chatting about Drupal 5 and specifically looking at the state of contributed modules and themes for the new release. We'll also probably cover some planning details for the DrupalCampTorontoII. Come one come all, and I hope to see you there!Read more
Last updated by phillipadsmith on Mon, 2007-02-26 11:57
Below are the possible dates for DrupalCampToronto2. Put an X next to any weekend you're available. Also feel free to add any notes.
April 6-7 (This is a stat holiday, not much people would want that -- Khalid)
April 13-14 xxxx
April 20-21 xxxxxx
April 27-28 xxxxxx
May 4-5 xxxxxx
May 11-12 xxxxxxxxx
May 18-19 x (this is followed by a stat holiday on 21 Monday, so again not likely -- Khalid)
May 25-26 xxxxxxxRead more
Come join us for a planning session for the next iteration of DrupalCampToronto. Anyone (and everyone) interested in helping out planning, arranging, etc. is welcome!Read more
It's that time again : time for coffee and drupal in Toronto. This month Andre Molnar has offered to demo Web Networks' new File and Digital Asset Management Module (a.k.a. WebFM). This is an exclusive sneak peek at the work they've been doing so don't miss it!Read more
Fall is here - time to kick the Toronto group back into action! Join us this month for discussion, coffee, and likely a beer afterwards. This month's topic:
CCK: Where are we? Working examples? When to use, when not toRead more
Drupal Camp Toronto is a one day extravaganza of workshops, networking, recipe swaping and general brew-ha-ha. We are already at capacity, so we are not taking any more participants, but for the record, you can read about it here http://barcamp.pbwiki.com/DrupalCampToronto
You may find our lesson plans page useful http://barcamp.pbwiki.com/DrupalCampTorontoLessonsRead more
For anyone who may not know, the Drupal users group in Toronto has a DUG-TO mailing list. If you plan on coming out to the meetings, please also subscribe to the list as that is where our usual discussions take place.
(Update, Jan 18 2007: The list has been moved from 1list.ca to openject.com)Read more