At tonight's meeting it was just Stoner and me.
Full house at yesterday's meeting. It was Stoner, Dan, Jordan, Paul, and me/tod (who didn't have a lappy).
At last night's meeting it was thestevenlane, Stoner, Jordan, me/tod, and a surprise appearance by Mr. Dan Korn right before closing :^).
At the last meeting it as thestevenlane, Dan, Jordan, Kevin, and me(tod)
It was Stoner and Paul at the last meeting.
At the meeting last Monday, it was me, Stoner, Jordan, and (briefly) thestevenlane.
I/Paul helped Dan Lichfield, from WBC, upload photos, to the new workingbikes.org photo gallery. Setting up the gallery pretty much involved activating the image, and image_gallery modules, setting up some galleries in the admin page for doing that, and adding some CSS that put a nice black single pixel border around photos.
The site autoshowshutdown.org, recently launched by the bikegeeks, was up only a few days before receiving a Cease and Desist email from the Chicago Auto Show's attorney. The bikegeeks contacted the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) for legal advice. The EFF took on the Auto Show Shutdown Association's (ASSA) case and responded to the C&D with a scathing letter.
Read more about it in the ASSA's press release.
It was Stoner, Dan, Paul, Nick, thestevenlane, and me/Todd at last night's meeting.
After running in the development environment for over a week, the production Westgate system was upgraded to the latest version of the Drupal 4.7 branch -- 4.7.5.
This will be the last non-bugfix version of Drupal 4.7 now that Drupal 5.0 has been released. The bikegeeks are investigating the migration to 5.0.
It was Todd, Dan, Stoner, Jordan, and thestevenlane at the meeting.
On this cold, rainy night, we saw Todd, Paul, Steve, and Dan at Westgate.
Dan and Todd worked on the upcoming Autoshow Shutdown site
Steve worked on the new CCM site
Paul worked on mailing lists.
We also discussed how a new Westgate calendar system might work.
I updated Development to drupal version 4.7.5. We'll test this for a while to see if everything works before updating production.
Instead of my usual (convoluted) method of updating, I just untar'd the new drupal version over Westgate and dealt with the conflicts. Seemed to work much easier. I'll get around to updating the upgrade howto document at some point.