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arobertson's picture
Sep 18, 2008

So you've read that Trellon does work with a platform called Drupal, and that we build sites for various businesses and political organizations that want to make use of new "social" technologies to connect with their clients, and connect their clients with each other. But this sounds pretty abstract, and "social networking" sounds like something that bored teenagers do anyway?

mhaggerty's picture
Sep 16, 2008

There's been relative quiet on the Trellon blog for the past few weeks, in part because we have been so busy. I guess it goes with along the game, but something that always gets to me is the idea that our little social media firm has to hunker down so much when proposals, travel, taxes, and the administrivia of running a company take precedence over other aspects of the company's operations.

mhaggerty's picture
Jul 31, 2008

Affinity Labs in Washington, D.C. was mobbed Wednesday night by a crowd of Drupal open source developers eager to share ideas and knowledge about their latest projects.

mingram's picture
Jul 11, 2008

I recently attended Drupal Camp Alberta with about another 50 people. The reason for my attendence was that I had been invited to speak about the drupal services module as one of the co-maintainers of the project.

Morbus Iff's picture
May 30, 2008

As a well-known Drupal shop, Trellon continually strives to contribute back to the Drupal community in any way it can. Sometimes, we're just too busy, other times, we're just plain ol' lazy and, more often than not, Morbus is complaining about quality or phenoptosis or whatever. By keeping track of what we give back, however, we hope to more clearly see how much we are, or aren't, helping Drupal help ourselves.

This month saw the release of a number of modules:

dkurtz's picture
May 15, 2008

Trellon is one of the sponsors of the third annual DrupalCamp Toronto, which will take place on May 23rd and May 24th at the Faculty of Information Studies on the University of Toronto campus (map).

Morbus Iff's picture
May 01, 2008

As a well-known Drupal shop, Trellon continually strives to contribute back to the Drupal community in any way it can. Sometimes, we're just too busy, other times, we're just plain ol' lazy and, more often than not, Morbus is complaining about quality or apoptosis or whatever. By keeping track of what we give back, however, we hope to more clearly see how much we are, or aren't, helping Drupal help ourselves.

This month saw the release of two modules:

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