Issue 135 - April, 24th 2014
These new releases are a response to the discovery of security vulnerabilities detailed in the next link. Upgrading is strongly recommended.
Please read the full breakdown of this issue but it affects sites that expose Ajax or multi-step forms to anonymous users.
Highlights include an update on key Drupal.org metrics, the procurement policy, the at-large elections and terms, and finally the first quarter financials and annual audit.
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A very cool story.
Friendly Machine's John Hannah explains why he thinks themers should build their own themes.
Jonathan Bardo explains why this new feature in the latest release of Vagrant is a huge improvement for Drupalers.
Looking to get your feet wet with Drupal 8? Contribute!
Allan Chappell discusses continuous integration and behavioral driven development
If you are curious about this change read the change log :)
A nice summary of Drupal 8 theming.
Joe Fender highlights a very handy feature in Drupal 8 on the Drupalize.Me blog.
Big updates on the CMI (Configuration Management) front as well as the usual status updates.
Some very handy tips from David Corbacho on the Wunderkraut blog.
If you want to get serious about logging Drupal sites you should check out this post from Bastian Widmer on the Amazee Labs Blog.
A great OSTraining tutorial from Steve Burge that not only teaches beginners how to create a powerful feature in personal content lists, but also how to use contextual filters in Views.
Over on Web Wash, Ivan Zugec introduces us to Context entity field. This module lets you set a condition that checks the value of a field on an entity. This sounds very powerful.
The Paragraphs module is a very interesting one. I took it for a quick spin and it is very similar to the field collection module.
Developing the Acquia Certification Program with Heather James, Ben Ortega, Peter Manijak and Prasad Shirgoankar.
September 29th - October 3rd, 2014 Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Addison Berry's (Director of Education at Drupalize.Me) did an AMA.