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Practical Application: How to fund and implement your CMS
Cost: $30 for NTEN Members, $60 for Non-Members
02/10/2009 12:00 pm
02/10/2009 1:30 pm
Drupal can do many amazing things, but you'll need time and money to make it all happen. In this session we'll talk about some of the development and funding strategies you can use to really customize Drupal and make it it work for your organization. Learn how to develop a long-term technology plan and prioritize needs.
(Please note this is the final webinar in a 4-part Webinar Series: Drupal for Nonprofit Desicion Makers.)
Presented by: Brian Jamison, Founder and CEO, OpenSourcery
OpenSourcery develops websites and custom applications for nonprofits, small businesses, startups and government agencies, using 100% open source software. We are Drupal experts with a history of contributing important modules to the community. Our team of engineers, designers, project managers, systems administrators, business developers, and entrepreneurs understand technology from every angle.
Brian Jamison is a seasoned entrepreneur with many technology-related companies to his credit. He has worked with Linux, open source, and the Internet professionally since 1995. Brian serves as President for the Portland Open Source Software Entrepreneurs (POSSE) and as advisor, mentor, or board member for numerous startups. He actively promotes safe, renewable biodiesel as a locally-produced fuel source.
Please see the attached pdf "11 Questions to Ask Your Developer"
Also, some helpful links:
- Drupal users forums: http://drupal.org/forum
- Critical updates:
- Security mailing list for Drupal, as well as an RSS feed here: http://drupal.org/security
- Taking a step back from Drupal to the underlying apache, here are two
lists that send updates of OS-level security updates. One is for
Debian[DSA] the other for Ubuntu[USN]. This would cover any apache and packaged PHP software/module vulnerabilities.