A group for Drupal users in southern Ontario, mainly from Kitchener, Waterloo, as well as Cambridge, Guelph and surrounding areas.
All Drupal enthusiasts are welcome to join us for discussion and demonstration of topics for beginners and beyond.
Topics range from implementation examples and demonstrations to tutorials and workshops to round-tables, question and answers and panel discussions.
Meetings are held monthly, except for July, August and December. Attendance is free. We meet on the third Thursday of each month, from 19:00 to 21:00.
The meetings are held at The Working Centre which is located at 58 Queen St. S. Kitchener, Ontario.
Note that there are two addresses with "The Working Centre" sign on them. Be sure to go to 58 and not the other one.
Here is a map of the location:
If you are driving to Kitchener, there are a few free and low cost parking spots nearby after 6 pm, usually limited to 2 hours. You can check those in Parkopedia. Make sure you enter the correct time to get the proper parking rates.
If you prefer public transportation, the Charles Street Bus Terminal and Light Rail are very close to the venue, at Charles St, and Ontario St.
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We are looking for someone that has experience working with Drupal and the Google apps api - we have a project that involves Risevision (an open source digital signage software based on google apps) - one of our clients is looking at building a control panel that utilizes different functions in the Risevision software and it would all be accessible via the one Drupal interface. We have more documentation for any individual interested in working on this exciting project with us. We are hoping to find someone that is located in or near Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.Read more
Did you know that Drupal has a command line interface?
Indeed, it is called Drush (DRUpal SHell).
You can do a lot of things faster from the command line, instead of loading web pages and clicking on things. It works on Windows, Linux and Mac OS/X.
For our June meeting, Andrew Berry and Khalid Baheyeldin will be presenting all you need to know to use this marvellous tool.Read more
Many Canadian non-profit organizations are protesting the latest federal budget, here:
If you know of any organizations that use Drupal and would like to participate, you're welcome to use and/or recycle this simple D6 sandbox module (based on a similar module created for the US sopa campaign earlier this year).
or just use this command to grab it:
git clone --recursive --branch master http://git.drupal.org/sandbox/adixon/1611860.git blackoutspeakoutRead more
Experienced Drupal Developer needed
Must have knowledge on Apache Solr, & Panels
Must have advanced theming & module development experience
Respond with drupal.org username
Hourly rate & location
All other entries that dont read the above guidelines will be deleted
As your community site grows, your page rank improves, and traffic increases. This attracts more spam, and increasingly more intelligent spammers: Bots and humans alike.
For our July meeting, long time Drupal site builder, designer and enterpreneur Ivan Raszl will describe four levels of spam protection that allow your sites to grow by allowing in legitimate users and keeping spammers out.Read more
Drupal Developer with expertise in Theming and Module Development
This position is not for beginners
Only apply if you have immediate availability
Provide the following
Montreal's local Drupal Association is hosting a 3 day Accessibility code sprint running from 9-5 (and possibly later) on June June 15th, 16th and 17th. Everett Zufelt of and Mike Gifford will lead the sprint which will be held at the offices of Evolving Web, 114-300 rue du Saint-Sacrement, Montreal. Wheel chair access is via rue Le Moyne. Ten dollar Parking can be found nearby on rue University.
Weekend attendees will need to buzz 114 to get access to the building.Read more
In this session we will explore the world of Drupal theming from the ground to the tree tops. Topics include:
- Basic structure of a theme
- What's new in Drupal 7
- Where does that code come from?
- Customizing Drupal's HTML output
- Demo: Creating a custom theme
- The road ahead: Initiatives and proposals for Drupal 8
I'm a Drupal freelance programmer in Kitchener-Waterloo looking to build a network of great Canadian Drupal theme designers (individuals, not entire companies).
D.org profile: http://drupal.org/user/473174
If you are interested in working with me to create websites, please add your comments to this page.
How it would work is, if I come across a project that needs both back-end and front-end development, I will fully develop the backend and then ask you to create the Drupal theme and if they have a PSD, arrange the theme to match their desired look.
Knowledge of Drupal Theming and Module Development Required (Advanced)
When replying include your hourly rate and location
No Project Managers or Firms allowed
University of Waterloo is currently seeking a qualified candidate to perform Drupal development work on the university’s central web content management system.
Note that the position is posted with the job title of Client Support / Computing Consultant in Information Systems & Technology (IST).
The job ad is as follows:Read more
We're looking for an experienced Drupal developer who is able to help us complete a project.
Please send at least 3-5 examples of enterprise level portfolio pieces. Those with agency experience will be given preference.
Contact Adam - firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more
Two years or so, we had a talk about the Semantic Web by Stéphane Corlosquet, who was one of the contributors to Drupal core in the area of Semantic Web.
Now that Drupal 7 has been out for a while and has this feature out of the tar.gz file, it is time for a recap, specially that we do have a large user, University of Waterloo, who use the Semantic web on their Drupal sites.
Schema.org is a joint initiative from the major search engines to build a collection of schemas that webmasters can use to markup their HTML pages.Read more
Tight deadline for drupal clean-up - backend + front end work involved. Drupal 7 + Ubercart 3. Critical path work is mostly theming with some checkout work to be done. Code is messy and will require further clean-up after urgent items are completed.
Would prefer experts in the Toronto-London corridor as we will have to meet in person during the project.
Experience creating/maintaining localized business directories is a plus. mySQL knowledge would also be a plus.
Please contact email@example.com
Thank you.Read more
Are you curious about Drupal, or debating whether it is the best tool for your marketing website, online magazine, or social network? Drupal in a Day is an introduction to the fundamental concepts of Drupal, providing site builders and decision makers key insight into how Drupal works behind the scenes.Read more
The Library Applications Developer is an analyst/programmer for the Library’s Digital Initiatives Team, who works closely with and reports to the Library Digital Initiatives Manager. This position advances library services by developing, documenting, maintaining, testing and installing innovative client-centered technology solutions using the DRUPAL CMS and related tools, such as social networking, virtual services, mobile technologies, Web 2.0 applications, and beyond.Read more
I have been having a hard time switching from default color schemes on a number of themes I have tried to install.
I have installed Mayo, Pixture & Bartik and I get an error message when changing off the default scheme.
I contacted the host provider, who took a look and didn't find anything wrong with permissions. Also looked at the htaccess file and the SymLinksIfOwnerMatch option, to no avail.
Error message returned is:Read more