Connecting a Github private repository to a private instance of Jenkins can be tricky. In this post I’ll show you how to configure both services so that pushes to your Github repository will automatically trigger builds in Jenkins, all while keeping both safely hidden from the general public.
SXSW voting ends Friday, September 2. Please help our your fellow Drupal community members by voting up their sessions! (And feel free to leave a comment if I overlooked your submission.)
This year’s DrupalCamp Austin (November 19-20, Saturday-Sunday) has added training sessions to our spicy camp fare! The training track will run concurrently with sessions to create an immersive learning experience. During registration, attendees can add half-day and full-day training courses à la carte to their camp ticket. Training entrees will include site building, PHP, performance, and theming.
After two and half years of the blood, sweat, and tears of hundreds of developers – Drupal 7’s release is merely days away. To mark the occasion, user groups from all over the world are celebrating as Drupalistas know best – with a party.
But we’re not the only ones – there are now more than
238 300 parties, in over 80 90 countries. This should be proof enough that Drupal enthusiasts all over the world are more than a litttle excited about January 7, 2011.
Voting on session proposals for DrupalCon Chicago ends tomorrow, December 23rd. The Four Kitchens’ web chefs have added delectable entrées to the impressive buffet of offerings. From theming to performance, jQuery to hiring developers, we’re serving a little something for everyone. You must be registered to vote, so register today and cast your vote for the sessions you’d like to attend.
Attention designers, user experience specialist, and interaction designers: DrupalCon Chicago needs you!
The Design/UX track has been very successful at inviting speakers from outside the Drupal community. Now we need those from inside the community to step up! We currently have four confirmed and 19 proposed sessions. This is good, but we can do better.
We’re looking for sessions that address the following topics (and not necessarily in Drupal-specific ways):
- Principles of design (aesthetics, etc.)
- Principles UX and interaction design (usability, UI, etc.)
- Information architecture and knowledge management
The Design/UX track is for artists, usability experts, and site architects — all the people who decide what a site should look like and why. While the Theming track focuses on execution, the Design/UX track is about what happens before anyone touches markup and CSS. This track is about more than Drupal — it’s about building a more attractive, usable, and purpose-driven Web.