Access Control Levels and Hummus

So, it has been an interesting week.  I went to my first official NobleHeroes board meeting, and it was exciting.  I was able to meet the people that have put all of their free time into making the organization work.  I listened as they spoke of the events they had put on and people they helped and where they were going in the future.  Then I found out that they wanted me to join them.  This was rather large for me because I made the website as a favor for a friend, and I wasn't doing anything else anyways. 

I'm pretty sure that I will stay on with the organization, but I feel bad that I am not as zealous as they are.  I have never had any issues with people in public safety, it's just that I don't know many.  My father always supported his local police charity so I personally have grown up believing the same.  I just never thought I would be part of a large organization with very ambitious people at the helm.  I'll think about that some more.

Hummus, a delicious food that has crossed the ocean to reside in my fridge.  Ok, maybe it's not that epic, but it is still tasty.  I whipped up a batch on Monday and I'll probably be snacking on it for days.

And for, I have gotten most of the site up and I am working on getting the bugs out.  It is almost to the point where I can look at it with pride.  I need to invite all of the members of the old site to the new one, once I feel confident with the setup.  I am working to fix the views slidehow that I want on the front page and after that I just have to tweak it to perfection, especially the ACL (access control levels).  Sponsors of NobleHeroes gain different levels of access depending on the amount that they donate to the charity.  I need to hash out these benefits so that I can effectively enact them.

Once I get this site done, I'll probably write down everything I did.  Someone else in the future might want to do the same, I should share my resources.

That's all for now, I just remembered that I wanted to get Google Analytics up and maybe an Adwords campaign for their end of year celebration on the 29th, gotta get to it.