I started with the TileMill support docs (Crash Course and Guides) to get my basic info and configurations. This is some of the best support documentation I've seen. Well written in a step-by-step approach. Admittedly, I need to re-read some sections until it sunk in, but after seeing some demo's by @springmeyer and @ian_villeda at SOTMUS, it started to become more clear.
After attending the State of the Map (SOTMUS) conference last week, I started working on a project I had been thinking about for some time. I'd been particularly interested in figuring out how to use TileMill to style or override data coming from OpenStreetMap. Beyond that, I've been trying to figure out how all the different components would fit together. I should note that I'm not a cartographer, I'm just into mapping and the technology.
Back in September, I attended the UCLA Mobile Web Framework conference. This was a group of about 100 UC and CSU folks gathered for two days to talk about the MWF and its direction.
I was thinking about what I could might be able to offer as a talk at the upcoming BADCamp. It got me thinking about my current Drupal portfolio which currently includes:
I've been working with Fusion Charts and Drupal with varying levels of success on our campus sustainability site. Here's what we we're doing to make things. work.
Update - 06/09/2011 Today I made a change the events manager system that will now correctly capture and display First, Last, Unit, Phone, Affiliation information. If you have events that do not have complete information, you can click the Edit button in the Signup List to add information about individual signups.
I've been working with a small team to adapt our new campus template for use in Drupal. While the general direction of campus web presence is to move existing sites towards the Web Content Management System (WCMS), there are a number of use cases where current Drupal sites can't be migrated. These include sites with dynamic dependencies and web applications.