Issue 108 October 17, 2013
This past week Drupal.org passed 1 million registered users.
A great post by Anton Sidashin discussing their move away from Drupal to Symfony 2.
As a local Drupal group organizer I whole heartily agree that we need more support. Local user groups are really awesome and I believe they greatly contribute to the growth of our community.
Deeson Online’s Graeme Blackwood shares an interesting approach to login forms.
A very interesting look at a learning method using Anki (an open-source spaced-repetition tool) by Bryan Braun.
Jam(Jeffrey A. McGuire) summarizes the Hangout with Lee Rowlands (larowlan), Tim Plunket (tim.plunkett / @timplunkett), and Daniel Wehner (dawehner / @da_wehner) where they discussed Drupal 8. There is a ton of great info in this post. Worth a read.
YesCT has made a list of blogs running on Drupal 8.
This week’s update is written by xjm and wow has it been a busy week.
Who really uses the Drupal overlay, or maybe a better question is who enjoys using the overlay?
xjm gives us a progress report on Drupal 8.
Mike Milano is creating an OO Primer series and in this one he covers PHP Interfaces.
So Panels is pretty sweet right? In this tutorial you will learn how to build a simple YouTube embed content pane.
I’ve mentioned Honeypot module before but Chris Hall mentioned that there is now a version for Drupal 8. Great spam fighting module.
Talking Drupal has been around for a few months and is worth checking out. It’s a weekly chat (hangout) about web design and development by a group a guys with one thing in common, they love Drupal.
Backdrop and Drupal 8 discussion with Jen Lampton Nate Haug John Albin Wilkins and Alex Bronstein - Modules Unraveled Podcast
Really great episode and worth listening to if you are interested in Drupal 8 and Backdrop.
October 24 - 27, 2013 in Berkeley, California.
Chx is a Drupal legend. His AMA is worth checking out.
If you have ever met YesCT(Cathy Theys) you probably know how awesome she is. I have witnessed her commitment and passion for helping people contribute to Drupal at code sprints. Sent some cash her way.
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