Our next Drupal Drop-In Help Session is in the Georgia Tech library, break-out room #4111. Please be aware that the library has moved into Crosland Tower, with entrances now located on the first floor near the old Price Gilbert building entrance, and on the ground floor near the Old CE building. After entering the building, proceed up either the elevators or the stairs (stairs now located along the east and west sides of the building) to the fourth floor.
Georgia Tech Drupal News
We have received numerous questions about Drupal 8 and Georgia Tech websites in the past few months. To help facilitate discussion and timelines for Drupal 8, here are some helpful dates, links, and resources to guide your planning, strategy, and timelines for Drupal 8 on campus!
Drupal 8 theme development
Georgia Tech's central Drupal 8 theme (and associated plugins) are managed via Institute Communications' Drupal 8 timeline.
Of note from the timeline:
All OIT WebHosting accounts will be offline from 8 PM this Saturday, August 11th through 2 AM Sunday, August 12th for a major Plesk upgrade.
During this time, all sites will be unavailable for both public viewing and maintenance through the Plesk control panel system.
Welcome to the newly revamped Georgia Tech Drupal Users Group website! Please take a look around and check out all of our resources, and if you discover any problems, please send a note to the mailing list.
Wednesday's Drop-In Help Session is in the Habersham Building Sam Nunn Conference Room from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM.
The next Drop-In Help Session is in Marcus Nanotechnology Building Room 1116 on Wednesday, April 19th from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM.
Institute Communications' Web Team has created a page within the Mercury System for development status updates.
This page provide a central location in Mercury for the latest information about:
- Problems/bugs people have found;
- Status of bugs: not fixed, fixed, or temporary steps you can take to fix them for your groups;
- Requests we've gotten for new functionality/features
Who this impacts
Anyone who uses the Georgia Tech Mercury content syndication system.
Topics covered: Announcements; DrupalCon updates; Acquia and vendor updates; Friday Help Desk changes.
Drupal Express (DX) will be removing a few features, in order to be easier to maintain and to remove non-essential or non-accessible components. Read the DX Roadmap for details.