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Three Rivers Park District is looking for a vendor to partner with on a maintenance contract for its website: ThreeRiversParks.org. In the request for proposal, you will find information about the Park District, the website, future projects of interest, criteria for selecting a partner and how to submit a proposal.
Please feel free to share this with anyone who might be interested in submitting a proposal.
Hi all, next week March 20th is the deadline for sending in your best work for the Global Splashawards! Anyone can join so make sure you sent in your project! Get nominated in one or more categories and earn global fame! Don't wait, just do it, you'll love it! https://events.drupal.org/SplashAwards
Our company is hosting a 2019 Drupal Community DevOps Survey to determine the community's use of DevOps currently and tracking progress over time. We're excited to utilize these results in our presentations this year, especially at DrupalCon Seattle this April!
To see some current progress shots of the survey, please visit our DevOps Results blog.
The survey will collect responses until Last Call Media presents at DrupalCon Seattle, but as soon as you take the survey, the results change.
How does your involvement align with the community's?
TAKE THE SURVEY: http://lcm.io/2019drupaldevops
Request for Proposal: Skill development for disadvantaged youth | HSBC Skills for Life: 2019
The Swades Foundation in partnership with HSBC is inviting proposals from NGOs, for skills projects that have specific emphasis on empowering youth from disadvantaged communities/ background through skills training.
We welcome you to explore this opportunity for financial support, please visit www.swadesfoundation.org/hsbcskillsforlife for detailed information on the programme, eligibility criteria and the process to apply for grant. The deadline to submit your application is January 21, 2019.
Click here to download the application pack.
You may also circulate this RFP with other NGOs who you feel might be eligible to apply.
More about HSBC Skills for Life in partnership with the Swades Foundation
HSBC Skills for Life is a five year INR 100 crore commitment by HSBC India that will focus on employment linked skill development of disadvantaged youth, upskilling of teachers and educators, and women’s empowerment through financial education and livelihood enhancement. Under the umbrella of this programme, HSBC and Swades have forged a five-year INR 50 crore partnership that will skill many thousand disadvantaged youth across the country and indirectly impact and inspire many others.
As part of this joint programme, HSBC and Swades have announced this ‘Request for Proposal’ seeking proposals that will focus on employment linked skill development of disadvantaged youth. The grant available ranges from INR 25 lakh to INR 75 lakh, for projects with duration of 12 to 18 months.
Across the previous three grant cycles (i.e. 2016, 2017 & 2018), we have approved grant of over INR 33 crore to 68 NGOs across 21 states.
NGOs registered in India as a Trust, Society or a Section 25/ Section 8 Company, and having a valid FCRA registration only are eligible to apply.
Read more about this grant opportunity at www.swadesfoundation.org/hsbcskillsforlife
With best regards,
Manager – HSBC Skills for Life
Phone : 022 61093731 [Mon – Fri; 10 AM – 5 PM]
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
‘HSBC Skills for Life’ in partnership with the Swades Foundation aims to provide employment linked skills training to disadvantaged youth.
In order to promote Drupal, we created the unique Drupal City map. Every name there is a real Drupal module, theme, or distribution name.
This map shows how fabulous Drupal is, and tells people about its modules. Every object is clickable and leads to the module's description on drupal.org.
Welcome to visit Drupal City! ;)
Hi Potential Web Developers,
I have spent more than year creating these two tutorial series that will teach you Drupal CMS step by step. No programming skill is required.
The course is offered FREE for students enrolled by 10th January. Pass it on to your friends who want to learn it. Ask them to enrol now for BOTH courses. Don't miss out.
Drupal 8 Essential Training - Part 1.
Drupal 8 Essential Training - Part 2
Cheers,Drupal version: Drupal 8.x
I'm currently publishing a four-part blog series on Drupal and Composer.
Part 1: Understanding Composer
Introducing DrupalPocket, an unofficial, online-offline Android app for Drupal news, podcasts and videos. Currently contains 600+ feeds with built-in supports for Quora, Reddit, Stack Exchange, Youtube videos and podcasts, and many more. Add more yours.
If you answered "yes" to any of the below, you may want to try "DrupalPocket". Available at play store.
Are you using Android?
This app is only available for Android. No iOS, yet.
Are you a maintainer?
Put your Drupal module or theme feed URLs into DrupalPocket, and be informed early for any issue.
Are you just starting learning Drupal web development, or a veteran developer?
Stay up to date with Drupal latest news, tutorials, jobs, events, smart questions, or inspiring answers, quick drush or console developer documentations, Youtube videos, or podcasts at ease.
Do you have a blog?
Check this app out, yours may be already in. You got promotions.
Do you have an active and useful blog you want to be included or promoted on this app, or have other people's great blogs you think would be great to be included?
No special requirements except it must be active, useful and worth sharing for Drupal community.
Get in touch to include yours, or theirs, for upcoming releases with subject "DRUPAL BLOG FOR DRUPALPOCKET".
Please PM only your links! Do not put your links on this thread. It will be ignored.
No guarantee yours will be included, though, only quality and active Drupal blogs will be considered. Bear in mind, my own inactive blog is not even included.
I hope you may find it useful to your Drupal website development learning and workflow
Suggestions, or features are very much welcome. Thanks!Drupal version: Drupal 7.xDrupal 8.x
Im getting a 5xx Server Error when trying to view any project page on Drupal.org, such as module and theme pages. Not sure if its me or you, really appreciate any info.
I'm a bit new to Drupal. I've been doing some contract work in Drupal for a client, but generally work in Rails/Ember.
I need to update the preview page for the webform in this Drupal 7 site and they want it to not only show the answers selected but all the options/answers in a question. I've dug through the webform settings and have been digging through the code, but haven't really found yet how to change this, if it's possible.
Alok Mishra Sr Drupal DeveloperDrupal version: Drupal 7.x
After a year of testing and bug fixes, Private Message 8.x-1.0 has been released.
Its a full-fledged AJAX based private messaging system, built with Drupal APIs and fully customizable.
Version 8.x-2.x is in development and will have Node.js integration, integration with the Message Stack module, browser notifications, Facebook-style any-page chats, and Views and Rules integration.Drupal version: Drupal 8.x
Just a note to other Drupalers. I have been looking for a new Drupal-centric host and have heard good things about SiteGround. They advertise support for Drush, which would make critical core updates, like the one we had last week, much quicker and easier.
HOWEVER, please note that their latest version of Drush is 8.0 dev., which is horribly out of date and WILL NOT WORK with Drupal 8.4 and above.
I made this unfortunate discovery after setting up a new account there. The staff could not give me an estimate of when they planned to update Drush, so I promptly cancelled.
Just wanted to pass this information on to anyone else considering a host that supports Drush.
PS: Can anyone here recommend a good Drupal-Centric host that supports Drush? Thanks.
I am not sure if this forum is the right place to make an announcement about new module, but let me try, since I am already typing here ;)
There are number of modules which try to output search results restricting per content types, but they all deal with already generated search index, which sometimes can grow really large.
Please find a light utility module Search Index Options that takes over the core search module's work at very early stage to index only those content types which is specifically chosen by Drupal site admin.
Everybody might want to have Search Index module enabled regardless if they restrict or not any content from indexing, because unlike the core search module it also provides the detailed and useful search index statistics per content type as shown on the second screenshot on https://www.drupal.org/project/search_index.
Thanks for your attention!Drupal version: Drupal 7.x
We have had a tradition since 2005. Every new year we have a posting on the predictions for the year ahead for our beloved open source CMS and community. Sometimes this posting went up in december, sometimes in January. But never in February.
Time to start a new tradition, predict the year ahead from February on :-)
Leave a comment if you do think that blogging will get hip again, RSS will gain new ground. What will the roll of the Drupal Association be in the new year? Where will the next DrupalCon be? Will the community grow and in what direction? API first, customer first, mobile first?
Polish your crystal ball and tell us what the future of Drupal wil be.
And yes, this posting was once month late. Apologies. Feel free to predict when the new prediction posting will go up on d.o :-)
We are going to be implementing the CK Editor wysiwyg for the forums here in the near future. This forum post is just to let folks know this is happening ahead of time. If you would like to see an example of the wysiwyg is action you can head over to https://www.drupal.org/node/2804241/discuss
Once implemented, if you run into issues you can request support here: https://www.drupal.org/node/2741227
I bought the domain drupalwebs.com a while back and never used it.
Any reasonable offers considered.
Check this thread ->