Issue 129 - March, 13th 2014
This week the DA announced that DrupalCon Latin American will happen in February 2015. Two locations were under consideration, Brazil and Colombia. The Association is recommending Bogota, Colombia but is welcoming input on this.
2bits reports on these attacks and offers information on how you can mitigate the risk.
I so appreciate Holly Ross asking the community for input on this subject. While we may want to support or stand against things, the DA needs to consider the cost of doing these things. Read Holly's post and take a look at c4rl's comments.
Highlights from this week are that project metrics are on their way back, user pictures are coming, and the discovery process for supporting Drupal core semantic versioning now has a contractor, ergonlogic.
A great set of tips from John Brandenburg of Forumone.
Heather James offers advice for maintaining a healthy Drupal site.
If you are a themer you will want to read this. Emma Jane Westby summarizes the choices new themers have to make and where theming in Drupal is headed. Be sure to check out the Magic module as well.
Trent Wyman shares the common issues with WYSIWYG editors and some solutions. Also check out the comments for links to other resources.
Peter Wolanin share he, Moshe Weitzman (moshe weitzman), Justin Randell (beejeebus), Alex Bronstein (effulgentsia), and Stéphane Corlosquet (scor) have been working on. A couple new modules called Configuration log and Configuration Read-only mode. They demonstrate what can be done with the new configuration managment system.
I'm just getting my feet wet on the D7 version of the Migrate module but Ben offers tips for Drupal 8.
Super handy tutorial from Stanford's Caryl J Westerberg.
Add Drupal API search to Chrome's Omnibar in just a few easy steps. From Lullabot's Carwin Young.
A nice load handling primer from Deeson Online.
Looks like a cool project.
The Talking Drupal show talks with Dries. If you don't know, Talking Drupal is weekly chat (hangout) about web design and development by a group a guys with one thing in common, they love Drupal.
Great interview with Bálint Kléri. If you want to learn more about using Drupal to build a SaaS app take a few minutes to listen.
April 25th - 27th, 2014 in Donetsk, Ukraine.
March 28th - 30th 2014, in Chicago.
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