project flow & tracker

Panels Everywhere - taking the leap, getting it going

You've heard about the advantages of Panels Everywhere. Now its time to actually get it going. A drush makefile, a few configuration steps, and we should have a starter site up and going and never have to look back on ugly, deficient and crippled admin/build/block.

In a recent Buenos Aires Drupal Dojo online virtual lab, we did just that, so I shall lay out a series of simple steps here on the basis of what we learned together that night.

Let's summarize the advantages of Panels Everywhere, take the steps to get it going, and think about next steps.

History of Project Flow & Tracker

Early versions of Project Flow & Tracker used at http://awebfactory.com.ar

Project Flow & Tracker "Paris" - Part 3: Towards integration with Open Atrium via our very own branded Feature Server!

So today finally Project Flow & Tracker meets Open Atrium, and does so in style. My friends at Development Seed just told me about the new availability of the feature server code (w00t! out just a couple of days right here: http://code.developmentseed.org/featureserver/dashboard), not to mention a spanking new theme, singular,

"a minimal theme that can be rebranded quickly and simply using background images a la Twitter. The theme comes with several prepackaged backgrounds and site administrators are encouraged to upload their own."

also out just a couple of days, and which can be found at http://code.developmentseed.org/singular/dashboard . Singular and depends on the base theme Tao:  http://code.developmentseed.org/singular/dashboard (also fresh meat!).

So we will be diving right in. Here are the steps we will be taking, so hang on to your mice, it's going to be a fun ride:

Project Flow & Tracker "Paris" bursts into life as a feature - Part 2

Dedicated to the compadres at #drupalcampla http://2009.drupalcampla.com/

Today we witness the birth of PFT "Paris" as a feature, that is, based on the Open Atrium compatible features family of modules which promise plug and play feature components for Drupal. It should also serve as a useful tutorial on how to get started with features (and a smidgeon of drush and bzr too!). And you can download the whole shebang and enjoy Project Flow & Tracker lite. What we'll do:

Project Flow & Tracker Paris: The Making of (late 2009)

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