Issue 319 - December, 14th 2017Hard to believe 2017 is coming to an end. This is the last newsletter for the year and I want to thank you all for making it a good one.
Roy Scholten announces support for Drupal core work.
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Wim Leers tells us about this exciting development on the path to an API-First Drupal.
Dries Buytaert encourages the financial support of core committers.
In case you missed the live event, check out this recording of a tech talk featuring a discussion on what continuous delivery means, why it matters, how it impacts and improves your business and practical examples. Also, this series of webinars includes an in depth review of enhancing frontend website delivery and the Drupal Backend.
To some this might be controversial but we should think about questions like the one raised in this Metal Toad post.
We're Drupalers who only recently started digging deep into CiviCRM and we're finding some really cool things we want to share! In this video, we talk about how you can build rich e-mail newsletters in CiviCRM using a really cool responsive WYSIWYG tool called Mosaico.
"Looking ahead, Ægir 5’s GUI is built on Drupal 8 (yay!), and Drupal is still the primary application we’ll support out-of-the-box. But we’ll soon be able to do so much more!"
The open source Drupal and Drush based hosting project has been a project I have used for a long time. Happy birthday Ægir.