Issue 168 - December, 11th 2014
This week the Drupal Association announced the Drupal 8 Accelerate Program. It is "Modeled after our Community Cultivation Grants program, Drupal 8 Accelerate is a $125,000 fund to help solve critical issues and accelerate the release of Drupal 8."
Get the scoop on what the Drupal Association will be doing in 2015.
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A follow up post from the Drupal Security Team.
I Survived Drupalgeddon: How Hackers Took Over My Site, What I Did About It, and How You Can Stay Safe
Matt Korostoff shares his experience with Drupalgeddon.
Propeople's Yuriy Gerasimov shares how they are approaching prototypes in their projects. This is worth a looking into if you lead or work on a dev and design team.
Alex Pott provides a great overview of different parts of configuration management in Drupal 8.
"You know when Drupal 8 will be released or would like to join the guessing game? Simply sign up with your Twitter account or e-mail address and enter a date. After your guess you can see which date the other registered users are betting on and which ones are among the hot favorites."
The latest news about Drupal core.
Derek DeRaps shows us how you can handle 403 pages with Panels.
Views is such a great module. If you haven't worked with the views API this is a great place to start.
Most of us have probably used PHP in our views and you probably didn't feel good about. Learn how to do this in a much better way.
Tim Eisenhuth shares how to solve the problem of adding a new pane to many Panelizer nodes in an update hook.
"This module will help you get your content types out of features, and back into the database in a state where you can edit or delete them freely."
Mark Shropshire talk about Spectacle from Drupal Camp Asheville 2014.