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Taxonomy Search 2.0 module release

For a project at work, we needed to be able to manage, and therefore search, large-scale taxonomies (10,000+ terms). Users needed to be able to search for term names, descriptions and synonyms, so I figured a module using the Drupal search API seemed to be the best bet for a solution. I dove in deep and came back up with Taxonomy Search 2.x.

Jeff Beeman Mon, 05/12/2008 - 10:25

Slides for ASU presentations

Posted by Jeff Beeman on Thu, 04/24/2008 - 09:29

Attached below are the slides I used for both the March and April ASU Drupal Users' Group presentations I did. The first was on Content Access and Workflows and discussed the setting up effective content creation workflows with corresponding access controls. The second covered an intro Content Creation Kit (CCK) and Views. See the lists below for modules / sites referenced in the presentations.

Content Access and Workflows presentation

Simple Workflow + Actions

Initial releases of Signup Scheduler and Status modules

I've just put the finishing touches on the 1.0 releases of the Signup Scheduler and Signup Status modules, which I've written about before. While they're both in just their initial release, I feel pretty good about their stability and utility. We've been using both modules in production on the IDEAL site, where users can register for professional development courses.

Jeff Beeman Fri, 02/29/2008 - 16:57
Signup Scheduler and Status modules

Over the past couple of weeks I've put a ton of time into a couple of modules that extend the functionality provided by the fantastic Signup module. Both of these modules come as a result of requirements defined by a project I've got going at work. We're creating a course catalog and the Signup module was our pick for how users "register" for courses. The base module is pretty solid, but we needed some additional functionality to meet the requirements of the registration system.

Jeff Beeman Sat, 12/29/2007 - 10:04
Organic Groups - Select Audience by Group Type

Last week I posted up a new Drupal module that attempts to improve the usability of the Organic Groups module when it's used with multiple group types and large numbers of groups. The module modifies the node edit form's audience selector, provided by the Organic Groups module, such that the groups are selectable by content type. This is useful on sites with a very large number of groups and many different group types.

Jeff Beeman Mon, 12/10/2007 - 19:25
Password Strength Module

I've just released the first version of the Password Strength module for Drupal 5.x. The module started out as a back port of the nifty jQuery password strength checking built in to Drupal 6, but quickly grew to include other features we needed for a project at ASU.

Jeff Beeman Thu, 11/15/2007 - 09:59
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