The Drupal Users Group is transforming into the Web Technology Exchange (WTX) to reflect the group's expanding focus on technologies that are not directly related to Drupal. Our Mission is to informally communicate and share information about useful web technologies and resources that are used by the group members.
Current meeting schedule is the third Tuesday of the month, at 10:00am in the Ellison 6840 Conference Room.
WTX/Drupal Users group meeting announcements are distributed here and via our maillist. As part of our transformation to WTX we are now using the the WTX Mail List instead of the soon to be retired UC-Drupal Mailing List.
Current Co-Chairs are Aaron Martin & Brian Wolf.
Original Drupal Users Group Mission Statement:
The Drupal Users Group is an informally organized group of people building websites with Drupal on campus. Our mission is to facilitate this work by sharing knowledge, ideas, and insights about Drupal. In the future, we hope to facilitate site-building and using Drupal via UCSB-specific documentation, themes, and modules.
IT Manager, Campus Design and Facilities
Evaluating Facilities Work Ticket Management Systems
ARIT Business Systems Developer and WSG Co-chair
Creation of UCSB’s Interactive and Mobile-Friendly Dining Commons Menu
ETS Software Engineer
Maintain, Modernize or Migrate? An Iterative for migrating legacy systems
WHAT IS THAT GREEN LOCK
AND WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT?
WSG Co-chair and ARIT Business Systems Developer
GauchoCast presentation recap:
Talk about Drupal [for Developers, Designers, and Site-Builders].
To reach the MIL Conference Room, come in through the back door of the Library, take your second right into the Government section, then your first left to the Map & Imagery Lab.
UCSB Drupal Websites
Once a month a group of Drupal developers, designers, and site-builders get together informally to learn more about Drupal and discuss how to facilitate Drupal-oriented training and collaboration on campus. We are currently attempting to meet the last Wednesday or Thursday of every month.
Once a month a group of Drupal developers, designers, and site-builders get together informally to learn more about Drupal and discuss how to facilitate Drupal-oriented training and collaboration on campus.