Issue 126 - February, 20th 2014
DrupalCon Austin is inviting community members to submit sessions related to Prototyping for Drupal, Content strategy, Authoring experience, User testing, Design process, and Visual design. Don't be shy. I even submitted a session(Drupal 8) this year!
A lot of work is stilling going in to Drupal.org. Things like, the issue edit form, project name autocompletion, change records on Drupal.org now have “draft” status, and much more.
The Drupal Association is looking for help with this AND it's a Drupal 8 release blocker.
In her latest article Heather James takes a look at some methods for reducing security risks on your Drupal site.
We have all used "Interactive voice response systems". With Drupal and Twillio you can build your own.
Cathy Theys(who is an awesome member of the Drupal community) gives us an run down of how the Drupal Global Sprint Weekend went down.
Joe Shindelar walks through forms in Drupal 8 on the Drupalize.Me blog.
Steve Burge of OSTraining delivers a nice collection of modules and core features in Drupal that will help you with Spam registrations.
Interesting custom Drush commands that are worth a peek.
Stanford's Shea Ross McKinney walks use through using the global combine filter fields option in Views 3. This is very handy.
A handy bookmarklet for those times when you need to reset you blocks.
Mike Crittenden provides screenshots and line counts on the top breadcrumb modules for Drupal. After that he says, "You are a programmer. Do it in code. It's easy! Just use our friend drupal_set_breadcrumb()".
Mediacurrent 's Jay Callicott (DrupalNinja) updates his list of top Drupal modules. This is a great list of solid and useful modules.
A great listen for anyone concerned about the Drupal 8 learning curve.
Tom gives us a nice overview of why Panopoly might be worth checking out.
March 8, 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona.
February 28th - March 2nd 2014 in London.