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  1. Hub Users Group January Meeting

    Main Topic: The Code Contribution process and web component development. January 27, 2014 2-3pm EST in DLR 221 And online using WebEx at https://meetings.webex.com/collabs/#/meetings/detail?uuid=M6FGIQ9ZC1ZT1YDYLVYVE26R9Z-A1FB Meeting number ’190 751 025’ Audio Connection online or …

  2. Wanted: Hub Heroes. Apply Within.

    We are now accepting applications for the Hub Hero Challenge, a 3-day event using the HUBzero platform to build new web applications. It will be held in January 8-10, 2014. If you have a cool feature idea for a hub that you believe you can create and finish in 3 days, join the Hub Hero Challenge …

  3. HUBbub 2013 slides are posted!

    The slides presented at HUBbub 2013 are up and can be found here: http://hubzero.org/resources/1000. They are also linked from the HUBbub schedule page. We will post videos of the plenary sessions and track 1 talks as they come out of post-production.

  4. LESS styles, less headaches

    Maintaining large stylesheets, especially for dozens of hubs as we do here at HUBzero, can quickly become a frustrating and time-consuming matter. In an effort to “work smarter, not harder”[1], we turned our sights to LESS. The following is a preview of upcoming features in …

  5. Coming soon: HUBbub 2013!

    We will be having the HUBbub, our annual user conference, on September 5-6 this year in downtown Indianapolis. Save the date and watch out for more details on HUBzero’s homepage in the coming weeks! Go ahead, get excited!

  6. Group Events Done Right

    The group calendar is a great way to keep group members informed and up to date on all group related events; It can keep events private or have them open to the world. With the new and improved version of the group calendar we have added many new and exciting features such as event calendars, event …

  7. Training Opportunity: May 21-23

    Each year, the Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) sponsors a group of undergraduate interns participating in the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program at Purdue University. Each intern has a faculty mentor and learns about nanotechnology, usually by exploring a simulation …

  8. Your Hub Is Up and Running! Now What? (Part 1)

    Believe it or not, getting a new hub installed and running is the easy part. Sure, there are lots of packages to install, modules to configure, templates to design, and content to arrange. But that will probably take just a few weeks. Building a loyal user community will take years. Over the …

  9. Setting the playing field

    To help you tailor your hub to your needs, hub resources enables you to add custom fields in addition to the built-in fields. So, how do you extend the compose resource form with a custom input field? Where to go Custom fields can be added to any major resource type via the administrator …

  10. Hide-and-go-seek with support tickets

    Users will always need support. You could have a solid hub and the most excellent, thorough documentation, and someone will find a way to break it or just not read the information presented to them. Bugs will be found. Questions will be posed. It can be easy to start feeling a bit overwhelmed by …

  11. Fontcons, a pictographic font

    With the latest Hubzero Open Source Release, we introduced our new icon font. Designed for a full array of web-related actions and content, Fontcons is a pictographic language. Although originally inspired by Font Awesome, we’ve heavily modified and added to the available icons; Fontcons …

  12. Working With Wikis

    The wiki is a way to allow users to add, modify, or delete content using a simplified markup. Wikis often take this approach because HTML, with its many cryptic tags, is not very legible, making it hard to edit. Although limiting access to HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in wikis limits user …

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