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Next Meeting


WHEN
 

Monday
January 16, 2017
7:00-9:00pm

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WHERE
 

Special Location:
Smashwords
231 G Street #28 Davis, CA 95616

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TOPIC
 
Taming a dinosaur with Docker and JavaScript
Anniversary meeting!
Dennis Stevense, Streamline (a division of Digital Deployment)

[geek:2]

Open source software can be used in various ways, and 'old' and 'new' can be used together. This talk will discuss maintaining a Drupal 6-based codebase — long after the releases of Drupal 7 (2011) and Drupal 8 (2015), and the recent 'end-of-life' of Drupal 6 (early 2016) — with the help of Docker and JavaScript.

Drupal is an open source content-management framework, written in PHP, and used for things ranging from blogs to corporate, political, and government websites; it's also used for 'knowledge management' and business collaboration. Interest in Drupal was boosted when it was used by the Howard Dean campaign during the 2004 presidential election. Today, there are over 35,000 free add-on modules, and over 2,000 free themes, available for Drupal. [Wikipedia] There's an active Drupal User Group in Sacramento, which also helps put together a Sacramento "DrupalCamp", one of many global Drupal conferences.

Docker is a 'containerization' platform, allowing you to wrap a piece of software in a complete filesystem that contains everything needed to run code; guaranteeing the software will always run the same, regardless of its environment.

About the Speaker:
Dennis Stevense is Lead Software Engineer at Digital Deployment, responsible for managing the development team, and planning ongoing development of their platform.

About Streamline and Digital Deployment:
Digital Deployment, Inc. is a Sacramento-based web development company specializing in content management systems where ease-of-use and scalability are required. Their clients include UC Davis, United Way, CalSTRS (Calif. State Teachers' Retirement System), and others. Streamline, a division of Digital Deployment, creates tools that help local governments stay compliant with Internet requirements, such as California's Senate Bill 272 (SB-272), the California Public Records Act.

Anniversary:
This meeting marks our 18th anniversary! Join us in celebration with free pizza and snacks. Special location: Smashwords, Inc., downtown Davis.

 
 

A flyer may be available, if you'd like to print it and post it!

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  • Introduction of new members
    If you're a new member, or haven't been to LUGOD for a while, take some time to introduce yourself to us. (Who are you, what do you use Linux for, how did you discover LUGOD, etc.)
  • News, Questions and Announcements
    Companies with on-topic announcements and members with Linux-related questions or news can speak up now. Also, a summary of what's been going on in the worlds of Linux, GNU, Open Source, BSD, Free Software, other Unixes, etc.
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  • Project Reports
  • Other Business
  • Voluntary due collection
    A collection basket will be passed around. Feel free to donate, or not donate, to LUGOD. (We're a 501(c)7 non-profit.)
  • Mini Presentation
    Demos and short-topic speakers are also common at meetings.
    • None scheduled
  • Presentation
    Presentations are the core of our meetings.
    • Taming a dinosaur with Docker and JavaScript
      Dennis Stevense, Streamline (a division of Digital Deployment)
 
 


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