Only about 1.5% of the people involved in open source are women, leaving us terribly underrepresented. In the Drupal world, we're up to a whopping
7% 10% 17%, which only gets us to awfully unrepresented. ;) This group is for anyone (male, female, or otherwise) who believes that we can do better and wants to help.
So if you:
- are a woman who needs some help/guidance in order to get (more) involved with Drupal and the Drupal community
- are a woman who wants to network and get to know other women involved in Drupal
- are anyone who has ideas on things we can do to help encourage women to participate in Drupal
...then this is the group for you. :)
This group is specifically not for job postings, so please keep those off this list. Thanks.
Posting a bunch of the DrupalChix logo files here for posterity, so everyone can find and use them whenever they need!
I had to turn the big file from Naxoc into a .gz file to upload it here, but FYI it contains several .pngs in different colours plus on .eps file. This is the file "drupalchixlogos.tar_.gz"
Got the other set from Rainbreaw, which is the file "drupalchixlogos2.tar_.gz" - it has the two different versions of the Drupalchix logo that they created for LA Drupal. She says:
There have been a number of comments about how to find other women in Drupal. We're scattered around, but maybe not as much as we think. And it would be nice to know if there are other DrupalChix nearby. Maybe it could even lead to some regional DrupalChix get-togethers :-)Read more
Singlebrook is hosting a free webinar on Thurs., 2/27 at 2pm, ET.
In this 60 minute seminar, Jeff Amaral will discuss what you need to know when investigating Drupal as a potential platform for your site.
*Finding support from the Drupal community and its developers
*Factors that will affect the cost of development and maintenance
*Why features are cheap but customization is expensive
*Choosing developers and a development style that aligns with your needs
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Metal Toad Media is looking for a Senior Web Developer to join our in-office team.
Our work environment is a vibrant, collaborative one where we foster personal/professional growth of our developers. In this position you will work on and build exciting web applications ranging from internal projects to large deployments for publicly traded companies.
IMPORTANT: This is an in office position, so you must be local to Portland, Oregon. No outsourced firms or remote workers need apply.
About You:Read more
Harvard Medical School seeks a highly motivated and creative developer to work as part of a team delivering web solutions with Drupal as our web publishing platform. This Applications Integrator will:
Design and develop new solutions using both Drupal and a wide variety of widgets and APIs, as well as maintain existing websites. Work with project team members to clarify business requirements, develop technical scope and documentation, as well as write, test and maintain Drupal website code.Read more
Singlebrook Technology, a web and mobile development firm in Ithaca, NY, is seeking a full time Drupal programmer to join our team.
Singlebrook works with a number of world-class entrepreneurs, associations, non-profits and mission-driven organizations. We're also developing some of our own web and mobile products.Read more
- Web site administrator & builder.
- New media strategy and implementation.
- Digital Media and Learning Competition technical support.
- Team member.
- Institutional Coordination.
- Digital communications.
- EAGER project manager & collaborator.
SANDcamp 2014 is live for business. Thanks to Jason Savino for making the website work this year with some new twists and Rich Yumul for importing data from the old site. We have six weeks to generate some social media noise and get SANDcamp rocking.
We have great keynote speakers: Jeff Beeman and Josh Koenig. Jeff is the solutions architect for 8-figure Drupal projects and Josh is, well Josh (Co-Founder of Chapter 3 and Pantheon).Read more
I'm perplexed. I am editing two different sites that both have ckeditor. Both are in D6. I have it set on both sites so that when the user clicks on the image icon in the Body, they are able to successfully upload the image using the box that comes up, and set the different image properties, click OK, and then the photo appears in the Body. No problem there.Read more
Hi all, I am fairly new to Drupal. I am re-designing/developing a website for a homeowners association using Drupal 7 that was originally built using tables. On a scale of 1-10 (1 being clueless and 10 being a Drupal guru), I would say I'm a 3. I don't know Php or Linux. I have some basic HTML and CSS skills.Read more
The UW College of Arts & Sciences has an exciting opportunity for a Web Developer with experience developing event promotion or e-commerce web sites. We are building a new, interactive, consumer-focused web presence for our performing arts. This is a unique opportunity to work with the College’s marketing staff and personnel in the School of Music, School of Drama, Dance Program, and other arts units to create a superior user experience by helping patrons find and purchase tickets to arts events on campus.Read more
"I am facing an extremely hard time coming up with a business model in order to sell myself as a viable Drupal developer. One thing that I am finding is that after getting to the final line of the interview process it is inevitably the person in charge of the hiring picks the coder. So what are your thoughts on that? My strengths are building sites that people can use, that content mangers can actually build, and the visuals are the enticing factor that lead to the content of the site. It is not in the code but the entire experience of visiting my site.Read more
I am currently looking to hire a front-end developer at the Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE) at The Ohio State University. We work primarily in Drupal, but also do some work in WordPress, and are occasionally asked to work on theme and UI for other technologies. This is not a designer position, but there will be a visual design component to it, and those with previous visual design experience are especially encouraged to apply.
The job will be posted through 11/24/13: https://www.jobsatosu.com/postings/51609
NxtTeam - the most active Acquia Drupal Training partner in the U.S. - is again participating in Global Training Days tomorrow, November 15, 2013.
Join us for a 90 minute free webinar entitled "Do I Need Drupal?" Our Sr. Drupal trainer, Margaret Plett, will cover the following subjects:
- What is Drupal
- How Does it Work
- Native Language
- Where to Find More Information
We have an immediate opening for an Expert Drupal Site Builder. This is not a coding position. Do you know Drupal backwards and forwards as a site admin and site builder, but don't have expert coding chops? This could be for you.
This is a virtual position, but will involve some initial travel to on-site for kick-off.
What you'll do
Our Drupalista Study Group had a 1 year anniversary today! All of our meetings are online. We've had projects such as building modules, Drupal project reviews, various distribution testing (Commons & Commerce), 'guest speakers' (Thank you Rain! & Marek!), tested a variety of online collaboration tools, learned from & have taught each other (right now we are learning about Rules). Our meetings are on Monday nights, but our 'doors' are open always and we can usually count on someone answering questions or sharing tidbits of info throughout the week.Read more