[consulting] and they call it drupalcamp
bill at funnymonkey.com
Sat Feb 25 08:53:14 UTC 2006
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As the page states, it's the Creative Commons license.
Henri Poole wrote:
> 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.
>>> 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.
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