Jeff pulled together a short screencast to show how a good data entry process can work, specifically looking at the provincial drilldown widget that allows users to easily geotag their content.
Putting your content on a highly custom map is now as quick and as easy as putting those same nodes in a list. That’s because the Nice Map module can do the heavy lifting for you by acting as a WMS client that integrates with Views.
The FlashVideo module provides a simple, yet powerful interface for your users to upload video files of various formats and have them convert and display in a Flash player of your choice. According to the D.O. usage stats, currently over 3,200 Drupal sites are using this module to create YouTube-style sites. In this session, I'll show how to install and configure FlashVideo to build a user-contributed video site.
Let's take a look at what a Drupal feature server is and what advantages they bring to the community.
Recently we put a disaster preparedness kit that acted as a Drupal website on a usb thumb drive for the American Institute of Architects’ Communities by Design Initiative. This meant getting the entire Apache+php+MySQL stack running from the usb drive and essentially acting as a web server on a stick.
This screencast will look at how to export your feature definitions into custom modules so you never have to build a blog from scratch again.
Let’s look at how to integrate your features with Organic Groups and some of the per-group customization this offers.
An introduction to the Features module.