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This module is being developed and maintained by DANEnet (http://danenet.org/), a non-profit located in Madison, WI. It provides a simple and powerful way for organizations to track attendees of events/activities using on-site kiosks and a central server running Drupal. The server can either be restricted to a local network or be open to the internet to allow off-site sign-ins.
The functionality in this module was migrated out of the core MERCI module to make maintaining a more stable core possible. The develop of module will likely remain active after the initial pricing configurations are migrated.
MERCI currently supports 2 pricing modules:
Member Pricing - X free hours with X% discount
Daypart/Weekend Pricing - Days are broken up into morning/afternoon/evening prices
This module adds support for the Signup module to MERCI Reservation nodes. It enables users with the permission to request volunteers when creating Reservation to enable Signup. The normal Signup form is altered. Instead of seeing a fieldgroup to enable or disable Signup, users see a single checkbox to Request Volunteers and an additional text area for the user to describe their volunteer needs.
The goal is to streamline the process of requesting volunteers while making a Reservation for a studio or field shoot.
Since most MERCI implementations do not publish Reservation nodes, MERCI Signup includes a setting to publish Reservations when volunteers are requested. Another alternative is using a View (included, but disabled by default) to review unpublished Reservations with volunteer requests and Views Bulk Operations to quickly publish all requests in the queue.
MERCI Signup gives you additional control over how Signup options work with the Reservation content type, but doesn't impact the use of Signup on other content types.
A Calendar View of volunteer requests is also included.
Users still need the appropriate Signup permissions.
Signup settings must be manually configured on Reservation Content type
This module adds additional validation when creating a Reservation. MERCI Quota checks both the concurrent use (how many items can be checked out at one time) as well as the number of hours already used by week, month, last 7 days, or last 30 days.
Quotas can be applied at the Grouping level or to specific Resource or Bucket content types.
This module provides integration into Copernica, an award winning marketing platform trusted by over 1000 brands. It deploys personalised campaigns which are triggered when site visitors complete actions or fall into criteria you set. These campaigns can be delivered across multiple channels (email, mobile SMS, fax, PDF) and may exists as a series of messages delivered over time.
This module provides basic API integration with the Etouches event API. The module is relatively simple and written with the goal of importing data from Etouches and providing hooks that allow a developer to quickly integrate the imported data into the Drupal site per the individual site's requirements. A database column is provided to associate an individual Etouches attendee ID with a Drupal user ID.
Liveblog is a live-blogging module that plays nicely with CDNs like Akamai. For the moment, users with the correct permissions can create and modify a 'liveblog' content type, and posts can be written and comments can be turned on for the general public. Future development is scheduled for the next few weeks/months and will include Twitter, youTube, and whatever else we can think of.
The liveblog includes an iframe which may, depending on configuration, be embedded into any external site or shared by other users. Future work will ideally include Facebook integration.
This module will simply create one new content type called Greetings and it will also create one block with label Greetings.
So admin can easily add any number of occasional greeting messages with date and message as different nodes from node/add/greeting page.
Move the Greetings block to any region that where you want to display the message, for this Goto admin/build/block page
Ex: If you add one node of type greeting with date Jan 1st, and Message as Happy New Year to All Customers, Then on January first Your site visiters will recieve your wishes without fail. If you enable the WYSIWYG Editor, then you can upload greetings or images into message area, so that you can wish your customers graphically also.
You can also use this to convey any important information to your site visitors on any specific day without fail, like any new feature added to the site or any special offers you want to give to your customers etc..,
-- REQUIREMENTS --
-- INSTALLATION --
Install as usual, Goto admin/build/modules
Look for the module named Greetings
Select it and click Save configurations. See http://drupal.org/node/70151 for more information on how to enable module.
-- CONFIGURATION --
* Configure user permissions in Administer >> User management >> Permissions >>
A very simple field for storing and displaying the time of day, i.e. 5:30 AM. The time is stored as ISO time so it will sort correctly and because it's a datetime value it can be displayed using date format strings for a personalized display.
The Engage project is a collection of modules that can be used individually or together to build out advocacy and engagement functionality within your Drupal website. For example creating campaigns that track signatories and send out targeted emails to key decision makers. It is worthwhile noting that this is being developed in Canada with a focus on targeting Canadian decision makers at all levels of government, but the goal will be to make it generic enough and provide integration points so that services linked to other Governments can be easily integrated.