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.
I've finally gotten to the point of moving my site into the "real world" and off of my desktop running XAMPP. I'm trying to do things proper and I've set up a SVN server at Beanstalk (www.beanstalkapp.com/). So, at this point I'm trying to figure out how to best manage the site and the repository. I'm a SVN newbie, so I'm struggling with how I should go about adding my site files to the repository. I'm using Tortoise SVN for windows. So, should I make a new repository and add the whole Drupal installing into that folder? Or, should I create a repository inside the drupal folder and add the /sites/.. folder into the repository?
I ultimately want to be to be able to have the main live site get committed to the repository every day, then get copied to a test site. I'm just not sure how to best get things initially set up.
I posted this issue on the drupal forums but alas, have not gotten any response. Hopefully some of you local folks can help out.
I recently moved my site from a /drupal subdirectory to the site root. Using cPanel's "redirect" dialog, I redirected mysite.com/drupal ==> mysite.com. I also set a wildcard so that, for example, mysite.com/drupal/news would redirect to mysite.com/news. In addition, I set some redirects for pages from the former site to the equivalent pages on the new site, e.g., mysite.com/hire.php ==> mysite.com/jobs.Read more
We plan to have two 15-30 minute presentations:
1) Coding for Drupal: How to write code that works with Drupal.
2) Mashup Madness: Using Views, CCK, and FeedAPI to create mashups without writing a line of code
We're meeting once again at Coalmarch:
125 Edinburgh South Drive Suite 200
Cary, NC 27511
This event is cross-posted at http://drupal.meetup.com/19/calendar/9940859/.Read more