Our online portal for information technology security videos had a mandatory upgrade and was not available over the past couple months. Good news – the videos are once again available for you to enjoy! We have partnered with the SANS Institute to provide this content, which is why you’ll see the SANS logo all over this portal.
To access the Technology Security Videos, please visit the Evergreen Human Resources Training site at www.evergreen.edu/humanresources/training and look for the Technology Security Training link under the list of Online Training. You will use your Evergreen username and password to login to the portal. We have partnered with the SANS Institute to provide this content, which is why you’ll see the SANS logo all over this portal.
For those of you who used the previous portal, you will notice a substantial difference in how the site looks and refreshed security videos for the 2017 year. Please contact the Help Desk via help.evergreen.edu or at 360-867-6627 if you have problems accessing the training portal.
Beginning Monday, October 3 the Time and Leave system at Evergreen will have an updated look and some enhanced views for supervisors. Computing and Communications, in partnership with Human Resources and Student Employment, is very excited to report that the Adobe Flash dependency that prevented many of us from accessing our Leave Requests or Time Tracking on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets is no longer an issue. Updated help articles, including videos, will be available via the Computing Wiki at http://wikis.evergreen.edu/computing/index.php/Time_and_Leave_Help. Enjoy!
WordPress has been updated to version 4.4 for sites.evergreen.edu and blogs.evergreen.edu. All plugins and themes have with updates have also been freshened up. Learn more about what’s new with this latest version.
WordPress sites running on http://blogs.evergreen.edu and https://sites.evergreen.edu have been updated to security patch 4.1.2.
Explore your uploads in a beautiful, endless grid. A new details preview makes viewing and editing any amount of media in sequence a snap.
Paste in a YouTube URL on a new line, and watch it magically become an embedded video. Now try it with a tweet. Oh yeah — embedding has become a visual experience. The editor shows a true preview of your embedded content, saving you time and giving you confidence.
They’ve expanded the services supported by default, too — you can embed videos from CollegeHumor, playlists from YouTube, and talks from TED. Check out all of the embeds that WordPress supports.
Twenty Fifteen, is a blog-focused theme designed for clarity. The straightforward typography is readable on any screen size. Your content always takes center stage, whether viewed on a phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer.
The software driving Greener Commons was updated this morning to Version 1.3.0 beta, you may have noticed a new look. This release changes the look and feel, condensing and simplifying the interface for navigability. This update also fixed a number of bugs and was driven by performance enhancements. Please check out https://commons.evergreen.edu and let us know if you have any questions. In addition, there is currently a survey up to get feedback on this new community forum. To add your feedback and to help us determine next steps with regards to this pilot project, go to my.evergreen.edu and look for the Greener Commons survey link on the right hand side.
Commons updated to 1.2.0.beta2 mainly to sync with cas_sso plugin version 0.1.4
Updated to: 1.1.0.beta8.
Moodle 2.5 is now is security maintenance mode and will not receive any updates other than security issues. Since we are only using moodle as a production LMS for one more year we will not be updating to a newer version.
With a 100MB upload quota, running out of space has been a problem for many site owners using images on blogs.evergreen.edu. For most, the issue lies with uploading high resolution, unprocessed images straight from a digital camera to the image library. These images then get scaled down by WordPress for the web but the original still hangs out in the media library taking up valuable space. We often see image files uploaded to WordPress in excess of 7MB in file size and over 5000 pixels wide. When people view your images on your blog however, WordPress is delivering a scaled down version, typically at 500 pixels wide max.
For Fall of 2014 we’ve implemented a fix that will hopefully solve this issue. We’ve activated a network-wide plugin that automatically resizes images on upload to a max of 1200 pixels wide and discards the original high resolution version (site owners are responsible for keeping copies of original images somewhere safe). With 100MB of file space you should now have room for over 600 images . The settings to control the image resize on upload are found in Settings > Resize Image Upload.
To quote from the developers:
Version numbers are arbitrary, yes, but V1 does signify something in public. We believe Discourse is now ready for wide public use.
Since Discourse under goes continual development there is really nothing special about this incremental update other than the above statement.