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Upcoming Georgia Tech Drupal Events

  • Wednesday August 16 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

    August Drupal Drop-in Help (2nd session)

    Location: Klaus Advanced Computing Building, Room 1212

    GT Drupal Group holds monthly open help desk sessions that you can "bring your Drupal problem" to and get help from your peers.

  • Tuesday August 22 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

    GT Drupal Users August Meeting

    Location: Room 223, Architecture East, 245 4th St NW Atlanta, GA 30332

    Each month, Drupal users across campus meet up to discuss the latest trends in Drupal development, Georgia Tech-specific issues and …

  • Thursday September 7 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

    September Drupal Drop-in Help (1st session)

    Location: Student Center, Cypress Room

    GT Drupal Group holds monthly open help desk sessions that you can "bring your Drupal problem" to and get help from your peers.

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Georgia Tech Drupal News

  • Drop-In Help Session: Wed, August 16, 2017

    Today's Drupal Drop-In Help Session is in Klaus 1212.  After entering the main atrium of Klaus (on the north side, adjacent to the two large auditoriums, go through the double doors under the big staircase and turn right.  1212 is the first room on the right.

  • Mercury Upgrade: September 27, 2016

    On September 27, 2016, Institute Communications' Web Team upgraded Mercury from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7. Here are the major changes.

    • Groups now have more fine-grained Roles and Permissions. We recommend Group managers review and update Roles for their members. By default, every member of a Group other than the Manager currently has these Group Roles: media editor, media manager, event editor, event manager, news editor, news manager, feed editor.
    • The Feeds interface has been improved and is now simpler to use.
    • Creating and editing content in the Mercury system now uses a different web address: http://edit.hg.gatech.edu . Note that this will not effect any Mercury XML feeds.

    If you find bugs in the new system, please let Institute Communications know using the Mercury Support Request Form