Our mission is to connect Drupal users in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, North Carolina and surrounding areas. We get together monthly for presentations, site demonstrations, and hack nights. Our goal is to help new Drupal users get up to speed, foster the development of existing Drupal designers and Developers, and contribute to the larger Drupal community. The Research Triangle has a big concentration of technical folks, universities, and start-ups and we want to expose as many people as possible to Drupal and all that it offers.
Join us FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20th at Bull City Coworking in Durham. It is fun to be in the same space with other Drupalites!
We have the large conference room reserved.
If you enjoy this event, and like the idea of coworking, you can help Robert and others fostering businesses like this by (1) spreading the word to others who may find such a format helpful, and/or (2) spending a day when we're not there as a group at Bull City Coworking and paying for a day pass. Pay it forward, and keep things like this accessible!Read more
I'm looking to see if anyone has any recommendations for qualified security assessor companies to perform a PCI audit for a hosting infrastructure and Drupal application. The PCI security council lists 321 such companies so I'd like to narrow it down to a few that folks have had a good experience with so I can get some quotes.
Thanks in advance.
Clinical Tools, Inc. is looking for someone to join our Drupal development team to review and maintain our Drupal 7 code base, as well as provide continual improvements to our internal DLearning module system based on user-feedback.
Our existing website has a pretty clear menu structure:
Tours has a sub-menu of the different tours we offer, plus tour relevant items like Directions, Area Attractions, etc. So in the new site, if the viewer clicks on the Tours option in the menu (rather than clicking on one of the sub-menu items), I would like a page that lists the sub-menu links with a summary.
To do this, I created a view for a tour page that lists the node title and summary, and then used Views PHP module to sort the view by menu weight.Read more
When you create content, you also create a page with that content.
Today I added a date field and scheduled it to repeat so that I could use it in a calendar. However, when I look at the content page - it displays all the repeat dates and I only want the start date displayed. I can't seem to find a way to fix this on the content page, but I think I might be able to do it in a view.
Is the page that's created for content the page you're intended to use on the site, or are you supposed to create a view for that content type?
Thanks Guys! Really made some progress today.
Our culture is comfortable, flexible, and dynamic. We are a mostly virtual company based throughout the Southeast United States. We strongly believe in open-source software principles. Your experience at Mediacurrent will challenge and stretch your mind on a daily basis.
You will work with some of the best and brightest in the industry. Mediacurrent has worked hard at setting the bar high and has an amazing portfolio of customers, including some of the most name recognizable brands in the world.
Please learn more about Mediacurrent and apply online at:Read more
The Absolute Beginners Guide to Drupal is a one day event that gives attendees a fast and affordable introduction to Drupal.
We've given this class at DrupalCons and DrupalCamps around the world.
Starting in December, we're going to take the Absolute Beginners Guide to Drupal on tour around the US and one of our first stops is Raleigh.
Our aim is to visit cities, like Raleigh, that rarely host a Drupal class.
DETAILS OF THE CLASS:
Cost : $150
Time: This is a one day class from 9 am to 4 pm
Bonuses: One month of access to over 20 online video classes
Anybody headed to Atlanta for the Drupalcamp this weekend? I went last year, and it was a great experience, and it looks like there is an excellent selection of sessions this time around as well. DesignHammer is sponsoring event, so if you attend, please stop by our table and say hello.
Reminder: We are meeting at our new Durham location @ Bull City Coworking.
Unless someone steps up with another presentation... I'm blowing the dust of an oldie but goodie I did a couple of year ago.. :)
6:30-7:00 Optional meet and greet
7:00-7:10 Announcements, etc.
7:10-8:10 Intro to Drupal Module Internals (for non-programmers)
8:10-9:00 Open mike - Bring your problems, highlight a great solution, and the like.
9:00-? (optional) Lillie's Pizza for refreshment
(NOTE: Please Sign up via the meetup URL above)
We are looking for a technically-savvy project manager to lead projects ranging from CMS and CRM implementations to organization-wide technology initiatives for our progressive, nonprofit clients.Read more
So, last week all of a sudden I had a bunch of random people attempt to create accounts in my "non-live" site. When I had to rebuild the site, I'd forgotten to put it in maintenance mode.
But, since there shouldn't be any links out there pointing to this test site, I suspect the attempts at creating accounts are spammish. Is this normal? how best to handle?
I was trying to get Media going so I could start playing with it, and I went to the Media project page, looked through the required modules and installed them individually, then installed the Media module. I went for the 7.x-2.0-alpha2 version because I'm in the Media group and noticed that a lot of people said they were using this version just fine.
I went to add a photo to my sample animal profile (content type), and after I clicked select I got this error:Read more
The job of the Front End Developer at Coalmarch is to create and theme websites utilizing the Drupal framework.
We are looking for a full-time front-end developer with content management experience (including CCK, views, JQuery, PHP, and CSS) to help us better serve new and existing clients. The ideal candidate would be interested in furthering their development skills and would enjoy working with Drupal (our preferred CMS).Read more
Coalmarch is looking for a Lead Developer to manage our web development team in creating user friendly, well structured, and scalable software- on-time and with minimal defects.
We are looking for a developer that is an expert in PHP/MySQL and has experience working with a CMS, preferably Drupal. Our ideal candidate enjoys staying up to date on the latest technologies and trends and enjoys leading a team.Read more
We are currently looking for a Junior Level Drupal developer to join our team on a part-time basis. This is a person that has Drupal experience, is familiar and comfortable with Content Types, Views, Panels and Features, and is very much a team oriented person.
Currently, we just need a part-time person to help support existing projects, but the right person will grow into a full on team member as needed.
More info is here - http://artsmithmedia.com/about-us/careers
Are you a Drupal fanatic? We are. Do you speak the language of nodes, views, drush, core, modules, taxonomy, contrib and themes? We do. Do you believe that fundraising software should be open and low cost for nonprofit organizations? We agree. Are you tired of working on your own or in a cubicle farm and want to be part of a talented team doing interesting and meaningful work? Jackson River may be the place for you.
As a Drupal Developer, you will work on project teams with a very talented, skilled, and passionate team on technology projects ranging from Drupal CMS implementations to organization-wide technology initiatives for some of the most influential and respected progressive nonprofit organizations. Our Drupal Developers are responsible for solutions design, development, and support. This right person for this position will know how to plan and write the code that is the most appropriate for each situation.Read more
OK, my co-working buddies, I've gotten Drush installed. Yay!
Looks like I'll probably use pm-update to update my Drupal core, but when I ran this, I got this message:
Command pm-update needs a higher bootstrap level to run - you will need to invoke drush from a [error]
more functional Drupal environment to run this command.
Command pm-update needs the following modules installed/enabled to run: update. [error]
The drush command 'pm-update' could not be executed. [error]
A Drupal installation directory could not be found