Welcome to VANDUG!

The Vancouver Drupal Users Group is the local meeting place for Greater Vancouver people interested in Drupal. We were formerly known as the Vancouver League of Drupalers, but that's a long story. We generally meet once a month (typically the 4th Thursday) on a variety of topics, both technical and non-technical. There is no cost to join the group or attend our monthly meetings.

We have a sister group in the Lower Mainland, the Surrey Drupal Users Group that meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month. Many people are members of both groups.

2015 PNWDS Online Registration is Open

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2015 Pacific NW Drupal Summit - Seattle - Oct 10-11
Be sure to reserve your hotel room ASAP!

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Twitter and IRC

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Hey all -

Just another PSA here, to let everyone know there's now a Twitter account set up if you want to follow for meetup reminders, etc. at The group admins all have access to the password, and if one of us gets fancy, we'll set up some kind of hashtag retweeter system.

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Linuxfest Northwest 2009 -- Vancouver participation?

Hi folks,

I'm working with SeaDUG and Linuxfest Northwest to bring together a mini drupalcamp at Linuxfest Northwest 2009. Its April 25-26th, and last year we had one room for one day, with every session packed. This year I'm hoping to get at least one room for two days, and if there is demand for it, we can move to two rooms as well.

We're looking for those who wish to present, come mingle with other F/OSS people, etc. The event is free, and we have room for non-profit exhibitors (free), and commercial exhibits.

More information:

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Help with Webform Module

Hi Vancouver,
I have a client that wants to add some extra functionality to the Webform module and I was wondering if any of you had any experience with this. I am trying to create depended questions. The survey has about 15 questions but each question has about five subquestions which are conditional to the first answer.

For example, question 2. is a 'yes' or 'no' question and if they answer 'yes' they need to choose from a variety of options but if they answer 'no' they can move on to question 3. The customer wants the sub questions to be invisible unless required.

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DrupalCampPDX Dates

We've picked some tentative dates for the next Portland DrupalCamp: August 22-23, 2009.

So scour your calendars and make sure there aren't any other big tech events that weekend. Obviously any date is going to cause problems for some subset of people but we want to make sure we're not up against another regional DrupalCamp. It'll be close to DrupalCon Paris but hopefully we'll still be able to draw in some other people on the West Coast.

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April Meeting Idea

Inspired by events like Launch Party and the like, what do people think of having a night of lightning talks for the April meeting? Say four to six 10 or 15 minute slots for people to come up and talk about something cool, interesting or informative.


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March 2009 Meeting: Geo Data and Mapping in Drupal 6

2009-03-26 18:30 America/Vancouver

Join us at 6:30pm on Thursday March 26, 2009 at Raincity Studios for the Vancouver League of Drupalers March meeting. Mack Hardy from Affinity Bridge is researching the current state of of geo location and mapping tools in drupal 6, and will report his findings to the group. And perhaps we can coax some DrupalCon DCers to discuss some highlights.

We still have a slot available for a mini-case study if someone wants to volunteer.

Date: Thursday March 26, 6:30pm
Location: Raincity Studios, 1 Alexander Street, Suite 400 in Gastown. [Map]
Cost: There is no charge and all are welcome

For those who don't need to leave right away there's typically a more social discussion at a local pub afterwards.

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Open Web Vancouver 2009

2009-06-11 08:30 - 2009-06-12 18:00 America/Vancouver

The Vancouver PHP Association is proud to announce we're holding Open Web Vancouver 2009 this coming June 11th and 12th. While registration is not yet open we are currently looking for talk submissions:

The easiest way to keep up with conference goings-on is just to subscribe to the news feed:

Update: I've just confirmed that Angie Byron ( aka webchick ) will be speaking at the open Web Conference! Angie will be doing 2 talks, including a keynote.

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