Drupal Open Garden Project: Minnebar
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Drupal Open Garden Project: Minnebar

on

  • 1,121 views

A presentation about the Drupal Open Garden Project (Summer 2010)

A presentation about the Drupal Open Garden Project (Summer 2010)

Part of "Drupal Experiments" presentation at Minnebar May 22, 2010

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,121
Views on SlideShare
1,105
Embed Views
16

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0

2 Embeds 16

http://www.slideshare.net 9
http://garden.localbiology.org 7

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Drupal Open Garden Project: Minnebar Drupal Open Garden Project: Minnebar Presentation Transcript

  • Flickr creative commons: kthread > Experiment #2: > Drupal + Plants + New Developers + Community Gardens + Sunshine > drupal experiments : minnebar 2010
  • > Drupal Open Garden Project July 1 - September 1, 2010
  • > Drupal Open Garden Project You can participate!   * Learn Drupal open source development  by building web-based tools for community gardeners. * Summer 2010, 8 weeks * July 1 - Sept 1 * Free & Volunteer-run * Distributed & Local Project-based learning Sign Up by May 25   (still open!) http://garden.localbiology.org
  • Photo Zoey Kroll. Hayes Valley Farm tour for DrupalconSF > DRUPAL OPEN GARDEN PROJECT presenter: Chach Sikes > garden.localbiology.org > @opengardenproj
  • “Tweet Box” at Hayes Valley Farm. Collected tweets on Earth Day. San Francisco. Made by Zoey Kroll. Photo Chach Sikes. > Our Fine Ingredients (many locally grown!) > Drupal Community + Plants + New Developers + Gardeners + Sunshine
  • “Tweet Box” at Hayes Valley Farm. Collected tweets on Earth Day. San Francisco. Made by Zoey Kroll. Photo Chach Sikes. > On the menu: * Sustainable Software + Community Building * Enhanced digital gardening tools * Connections between technologists and gardeners * New ideas in teaching open source
  • Flickr Creative Commons: Waldo Jaquith > About our ingredients
  • > Drupal and the Drupal Community Drupalchix Group Photo. DrupalconSF. April 2010. Photo by Rain Breaw
  • Flickr Creative Commons: dichohecho > Plants
  • > New Developers Drupal Code Sprint at DrupalconSF. April 2010. Photo by muir.ceadarch Flickr Creative Commons
  • Flickr Creative Commons: MrGluSniffer > Community Gardeners
  • Flickr Creative Commons:cygnus921 > Sunshine
  • > Intention: * Experience creating software in sustainable way * Work on projects that help gardeners
  • Flickr Creative Commons:liber > Our Excellent Methods of Preparation
  • > Our Excellent Methods of Preparation: * 8 week project (groups) * Classes that support the projects * Orientation materials for participants * Events & public programs * Mentoring * Field testing * Local & remote learning opportunities * Documentation creation & review
  • > Kinds of things students will learn > The program will offer 2 months of improvement & exposure to these ideas. Mastery takes longer. > Skills that help in open source collaboration * Remote collaboration * IRC | Skype | Forums | Issue Queues * Command line * Version control (git) * PHP * Understanding open source communities
  • > Kinds of things students might build: ...current proposals... > Sharing information about & in gardens * paper-tweeting tools * nature along our paths > Mapping geo-located social network data > Supporting skill swap exchanges
  • > Upcoming program! > The Internet Store, July 20-26, 2010 Uptown "It's like a hardware store for the Internet!" "A physical embodiment of the Internet." // Part of storefrontinabox.com // Events & Educational activities // Come get what you need to make your // own internet at home!
  • Sunflower Seeds. Flickr Creative Commons:opticalreflex > This project is an annual, not a perennial. > We hope this project will be self-seeding.
  • > Drupal Open Garden Project You can participate!   * Learn Drupal open source development  by building web-based tools for community gardeners. * Summer 2010, 8 weeks * July 1 - Sept 1 * Free & Volunteer-run * Distributed & Local Project-based learning Sign Up by May 25   (still open!) http://garden.localbiology.org