1. Atelier Blender pour débutant

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    Conférencier: Olivier Amrein (site:http://oenvoyage.wordpress.com/ ) Enregistrement par: Cédric BRINER Cours proposé par le GULL Suisse Romande (site: http://linux-gull.ch) Lien du matériel: (site: http://www.linux-gull.ch/GestionActiviteDocumentAnimation3davecBlender20111206.html )

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    • DotNetNuke Professional Edition Demonstration

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      Check out our introduction webinar to DotNetNuke Professional for an overview of the PE features.

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      • Druid + R

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        • 2013-05-17 FF James McGreen

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          2013 May 17th - Fri at 4:00 PM JAMES McGREEN - Inventor & Manufacturer of Switch Vehicles, a locally-made and open-source electric car. Rare opportunity to visit with the inventor and test one of the new, fun and economical Switch Cars. Sponsored by: Friendly Favors - www.favors.org Location: Switch Vehicles - 6791 Sebastopol Ave. Sebastopol, CA USA - www.switchvehicles.com

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          • Gute Open-Source-Projekte bestehen aus mehr als nur Code

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            This talk was given by Michael Prokop at the froscon 2010. Gute Open-Source-Projekte bestehen aus mehr als nur Code Das Zen des Open-Source-Projektmanagements Hinter einem erfolgreichem Open-Source-Projekt steckt mehr als nur guter Code. Von professionellem Release-Management und dem Support, über die Pressearbeit und Zusammenarbeit mit der Community bis hin zu Projektinfrastruktur und Dokumentation sind viele Faktoren für den Erfolg oder Misserfolg eines Projekts verantwortlich. Welche Fehler gilt es zu vermeiden, wie startet man ein neues Projekt am Besten und was kann man beim eigenen Projekt verbessern? Ein eigenes Open-Source-Projekt starten ist leicht: einfach Code veröffentlichen und auf Anwender und Mitentwickler hoffen. Das funktioniert in dieser Form jedoch nur selten, da es eine schier unüberschaubare Anzahl von Open-Source-Projekten gibt die sowohl Entwickler als auch Anwender anziehen. Um die Attraktivität eines Open-Source-Projektes zu erhöhen gehört zu gutem Code das richtige Projektmanagement. Nicht umsonst definiert etwa die Apache Foundation strenge Richtlinien bezüglich Projektmanagement um ein Top Level Projekt, wie zum Beispiel Apache HTTP Server, SpamAssassin oder Subversion zu werden. Mit Hilfe von spezialisiertem Open-Source-Projektmanagement das Themen wie Release-Management, Kommunikation mit Anwendern und Entwicklern, Dokumentation und vieles mehr beinhaltet wird die Attraktivität des Projektes für Entwickler gesteigert und das Projekt transparenter, offener und klarer gestaltet. Open-Source-Projektmanagement ist eine häufig vernachlässigte Komponente um die Attraktivität des Projektes nach außen hin aufzuzeigen und die Aufmerksamkeit auf das eigene Projekt lenken zu können. Der Vortrag bietet Hintergrundinformationen zum Open-Source-Projektmanagement und bietet gleichzeitig einen Einblick in die praktische Umsetzung am Beispiel von Grml, einem Open-Source-Projekt das der Vortragende vor über 6 Jahren gestartet hat.

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            • Anatomy of a Ruby Gem: Grape

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              Deep dive into the Grape Ruby gem. Recorded at Anatomy of a Ruby Gem, June 2014 in NYC.

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              • Is Drupal Right for My Website? | DrupalCamp Dallas 2009

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                If you are evaluating Drupal for a website project, this session is for you! An objective comparison with other CMS solutions such as Wordpress and Joomla, and some things to look for in a CMS with emphasis on how Drupal does them. We'll talk about the Drupal community, Drupal resources, and you will see an overview of what Drupal has to offer, including the "Top Web 2.0 Drupal Modules." About DrupalCamp Dallas DrupalCamp Dallas is a two day event for Drupal developers, users, and those who are curious about the open source platform. Admission for the event is $30 and users can register on the website, www.drupalcampdallas.org. Admission to the camp will cover all sessions, food at the event, and the first 50 to register will receive a free DrupalCamp Dallas t-shirt. For more information about the camp, visit http://www.drupalcampdallas.org or call 214.887.8586. Sponsors include Improving Enterprises, Firehost, Acquia, Volacci, Rocket Genius, Open Circle, CMS Website Services, Koine Media, LevelTen Interactive, and Tarakan Design. DrupalCamp Dallas is organized by a team of local Drupal users and agency owners: Lee Raney, Jennifer Conley, Tom McCracken, David Hahn, Randall Knutson, Colin Alsheimer, Dustin Currie and Mark Sonnabaum. About Drupal Drupal is a popular content management system that blends web content management and social media capabilities with an enormous library of custom extensions. The Drupal framework and supported exentions are all backed by a large network of professional developers and hobbyists. Using the Drupal framework, companies and individuals can easily create engaging, socially interactive websites.

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                • Deploying Your First Drupal Website, Tom McCracken

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                  Getting your first website online can be a daunting task. From domain registration to website setup, this session will take you step by step through the process of deploying a website on Drupal, the world's most popular website building platform. We will cover how websites and web servers work, options for getting a site online and an actual Drupal install. Be sure to come prepared with questions! About DrupalCamp Dallas DrupalCamp Dallas is a two day event for Drupal developers, users, and those who are curious about the open source platform. Admission for the event is $30 and users can register on the website, drupalcampdallas.org. Admission to the camp will cover all sessions, food at the event, and the first 50 to register will receive a free DrupalCamp Dallas t-shirt. For more information about the camp, visit drupalcampdallas.org or call 214.887.8586. Sponsors include Improving Enterprises, Firehost, Acquia, Volacci, Rocket Genius, Open Circle, CMS Website Services, Koine Media, LevelTen Interactive, and Tarakan Design. DrupalCamp Dallas is organized by a team of local Drupal users and agency owners: Lee Raney, Jennifer Conley, Tom McCracken, David Hahn, Randall Knutson, Colin Alsheimer, Dustin Currie and Mark Sonnabaum. About Drupal Drupal is a popular content management system that blends web content management and social media capabilities with an enormous library of custom extensions. The Drupal framework and supported exentions are all backed by a large network of professional developers and hobbyists. Using the Drupal framework, companies and individuals can easily create engaging, socially interactive websites.

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                  • Theming From A Developer's Perspective | Lauren Roth | DrupalCamp Dallas 2009

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                    Web development and web design have long been siloed into separate skill sets, but for the Drupal theme ninja, both are indispensable. A theme developer understands PHP, $vars manipulation, theme_overrides, and how Drupal content loads dynamically into the page. A themer adds to this an understanding of more traditional design skills, including CSS, grid theory and facility with the necessary graphical tools. Though many come to theming from a design background, there is little reason a developer could not also make the transition. The first requirement is that the Drupal developer shed any unease about design. Once over this hurdle, he or she can leverage their excellent development skills towards curating what Drupal is ostensibly for, the display of content. This talk will cover the necessary tools and tricks of the trade, of the sophisticated Drupal themer, and how a developer can become one. It will cover the plugins, the theme stack, the necessary files and coding skills. Most importantly, though, it will attempt to demystify the design process and show just how useful development skills are to theming. The overall goal is to understand the overall design of a Drupal site and that we are not just serving information, we, as developers, are serving content, and content is king. We should be like the monks of Ellesmere's Chaucer, but with better and faster tools to make the web a beautiful, powerful place. About Drupal Camp Dallas Drupal Camp Dallas is a two day event for Drupal developers, users, and those who are curious about the open source platform. Admission for the event is $30 and users can register on the website, www.drupalcampdallas.org. Admission to the camp will cover all sessions, food at the event, and the first 50 to register will receive a free DrupalCamp Dallas t-shirt. For more information about the camp, visit http://www.drupalcampdallas.org or call 214.887.8586. Sponsors include Improving Enterprises, Firehost, Acquia, Volacci, Rocket Genius, Open Circle, CMS Website Services, Koine Media, LevelTen Interactive, and Tarakan Design. DrupalCamp Dallas is organized by a team of local Drupal users and agency owners: Lee Raney, Jennifer Conley, Tom McCracken, David Hahn, Randall Knutson, Colin Alsheimer, Dustin Currie and Mark Sonnabaum. About Drupal Drupal is a popular content management system that blends web content management and social media capabilities with an enormous library of custom extensions. The Drupal framework and supported exentions are all backed by a large network of professional developers and hobbyists. Using the Drupal framework, companies and individuals can easily create engaging, socially interactive websites.

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                    • Mil-OSS WG2: Open Source Cyber Weaponry

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                      Open Source Cyber Weaponry HD Moore, Rapid7/Metasploit

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