[ubuntu-us-mi] FW: USSF Wed 7/29 5:30-7pm @ MWRO: Advanced Tech Workshop
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Tue Jul 28 16:53:59 BST 2009
The United States Social Forum will be held in Detroit next June 22-26
The USSF is a regional element of the World Social Forum movement.
Local organizers are looking for techies to help prepare, setup and maintain
the USSF on-line presence and communications.
You might want to check out their politics before getting involved.
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Subject: [Ict] Wed 7/29 5:30-7pm @ MWRO: Advanced Tech Workshop
Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2009 15:50:56 -0400
From: Mallory Knodel <mallory at mayfirst.org>
To: ussfdetroitlocal at lists.riseup.net, ict at lists.ussf2010.org
PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY
All trainings aim to include interested organizers of all skill levels. There is no skill prerequisite! We will be discussing rationale and applicability of digital tools for the USSF.
Meet with the Informations and Communication Technology working group members to learn more advanced technology skills like website design and development with Drupal and contact management software CiviCRM.
The Information Communications Technology working group is organizing a workshop to help facilitate effective use of the tools for organizing the USSF 2009. Anyone is welcome to attend! Please visit ict.ussf2010.org for more information.
Advanced Technology Workshop, Local Organizing Committee
Wednesday, July 29, 2009 @ 5:30 - 7:00 pm @ USSF Offices, Michigan Welfare Rights (23 E. Adams, 4th Floor, Detroit, MI)
The curriculum below is subject to change and omissions, but may include:
1. Introductions (15 minutes)
a. USSF, NPC, & LOC
b. ICT - technology principles
3. participants: "What are the particular skills you hope to gain today?"
2. Website (persons will form small groups based on available computers and expertise)
a. Overview of big ideas related to software purposes and connections (15 minutes)
b. Revision control system GIT: make sure everyone can get a working revision on their computers and know the commands and procedures
c. Drupal: in what ways do we expect the drupal site to grow as June 2010 nears? what are the main skills needed to grow the site? (45 minutes)
Level 0: intro to Drupal (users & permissions)
Level 1: content types
Level 2: modules, theming (html & css)
Level 3: organic groups
d. CiviCRM: how is it used? what are its possibilities for outreach? (45 minutes)
Level 1: adding, finding, editing contacts
Level 2: donations, sending mass mail
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