Issue 137 - May, 8th 2014
The keynote speakers are Dries Buytaert, Erynn Petersen and Hugh Forrest.
Cathy Theys (YesCT) and David Hernandez (davidhernandez) are joining the Drupal.org Software Working Group.
Mike Gifford points out that Drupal 7 is going to be around for several more years and we need to backport fixes from Drupal 8 to 7. This is a great way to get involved in core contribution.
YesCT updates us on the Drupal Core Gittip Team?
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Very cool story about our community supporting a Drupal contributor using Drupalfund.
Nica Lorber shares how Chapter Three uses Page tables as a key step between discovery and design.
If have been following Drupal 8 core maintainer Alex Pott and his quest to work on Drupal core you will be happy to know that he will be doing so for Chapter Three.
June 13th - 15th in Belgium.
Learn to debug Twig with Drupalize.me's Amber Matz.
Get caught up on the past couple of weeks in Drupal 8 development.
If you want to dip your toe into the waters of Panels be sure and check out OSTraining's tutorial.
A nice views tip from Mediacurrent's Michelle Williamson.
Steve Burge(OSTraining) highlights a cool module called Custom Formatters. I don't think this module gets enough attention for being as awesome as it is.
A handy tip from Sivaji Ganesh of Knack Forge.
A really nice tutorial from David Lanier of ThinkShout.
There's some really handy performance info in the PDF.
A video intro from Code Karate.
This looks really really cool. "The goal of RESTful module is to allow us to expose a versionable API which is as good as Github, or Flickr, or any other proper REST service.."
A property/room management module from Bluespark Labs.
Brian Altenhofel announced his sandbox module that allows you to expose nodes as options in a webform. That could be pretty handy.
What a great idea!
May 17th - 18th, 2014 in Chisinau, The Republic of Moldova.
Help Brian Gilbert come to DrupalCon Austin and lead sprints.