This is a list of current and past projects.
Rock ridge sport horses is a small family-run farm that provides breeding training and boarding services and also has quality horses for sale. It's owned and run by my sister Jenn and her husband Paul. You might have seen me wearing their sweatshirts. I created this site on my own initiative for them. I don't usually do this because if a website iniative doesn't come from the client then they're usually not interested enough to make it work. But family is like that and I got a couple of chickens out of the deal.
Telecentre.org is a project of IDRC with the goal of encouraging and supporting "telecentre communities". A telecentre is the developing countries' version of a internet cafe or library - a place where you can go for internet access. The main telecentre.org website describes itself as a community of people and organizations working together to improve the social and economic impact of grassroots telecentres. In January 2006 I was approached by Mark Surman to help out with their Drupal site that had been set up the previous year.
Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market is a car-free monthly event in Toronto's Kensington market during the summers. It's been running for a few years now one of many grassroots take-back-the-streets type events that are springing up. I was approached to help out in early 2007 by Yvonne Bambrick who coordinates the website. The site then was being hosted and developed by Jason Diceman who was going to Venezuela and the implementation in Action Apps wasn't quite working for them.
Visit the website: http://www.poss.ca/fr/accueil The Possibilities Online Employment Resource Centre (ERC) is a free resource to help Toronto job seekers find work. An initiative of Findhelp Information Services Possibilities is an Employment Ontario project funded in part by the Government of Canada. In 2006 I helped create the french version of their site and the next year I helped them update the english site and upgraded both to Drupal 5 from 4.7.
Orgwise is a project of OCASI -- a coalition of agencies serving immigrants in Ontario. The site enables settlement organizations to self-assess themselves in terms of operations, human resources, governance and strategic leadership, and community engagement by leading them through a list of questions and presenting them an evaluation upon completion.
The Tyee is British Columbia's online source for News, Views, and Culture, published weekdays. It was created in 2003 by David Beers and has been swimming upstream against the media trends of our day, resolutely independent and reliably controversial.
The Possibilities Online Employment Resource Centre (ERC) is a free resource to help Toronto job seekers find work. An initiative of Findhelp Information Services, Possibilities is an Employment Ontario project funded in part by the Government of Canada.
One of the challenges was to set up a bilingual Drupal site, with the French site having original content and a different structure to the English site. Full access to the content requires registration and logging into one site must give access to both language sites.
The Maquila Solidarity Network (MSN) is a labour and women's rights organization that supports the efforts of workers in global supply chains to win improved wages and working conditions and a better quality of life. They're based in Toronto, and have been around since the early 1990s.
The project was to move their constituent management from a collection of desktop systems to CiviCRM.