[consulting] and they call it drupalcamp

Henri Poole poole at civicactions.com
Sat Feb 25 08:48:30 UTC 2006


We all owe you and your team a great deal of gratitude for the writings 
that you are publishing. Diversity of materials to support learning 
modes important. Both online and offline will fit different individuals 
preferred style and are both important.

Thanks for the link. BTW, what license are you using for these works?

It is attributed to you but there is no license information provided.

- Henri

That doesKieran Lal wrote:
> On Feb 25, 2006, at 12:15 AM, Henri Poole wrote:
>> At CivicActions, our objective is clear:  We need more talent, 
>> especially in the competency area of theming and IA.
>> <snip>
>> Build A Bigger Overall Market:
>> We also subscribe to the idea that we are part of a rising tide and 
>> that the we (individuals and firms alike) will all benefit if there 
>> are more trained Information & Interaction Designers who are 
>> versatile to expert with Drupal.
> Help writing more pages like "Managing inconsistencies with 
> themes" http://drupal.org/node/37156 to give budding themers a leg up 
> will help a lot.
> Help writing pages like: Drupal for Information Architects: an 
> overview of configurability http://drupal.org/node/49297
> When people find information from the community that directly 
> addresses their needs, e.g. learning theming or understanding Drupal 
> for IA's, it attracts them to the platform.
> But more importantly for professional firms, the process of writing 
> these pages collaboratively with the community is an education in 
> itself.  If you need help writing pages to attract specific talent let 
> me know and I'll help.
> Cheers,
> Kieran

Henri Poole, CivicActions, LLC - (510) 684 3180 - poole at civicactions.com
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