Issue 52 September 13, 2012
Dries Buytaert gives us a look at what the next steps toward a Drupal 8 release will look like.
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Articles and Tutorials
Daniel F. Kudwien (sun) makes the case for mentoring, attending your local Drupal user group and building a Drupal 8 site with your local group. Gotta say, I’m inspired by this. Daniel is on to something here.
Bryan Ruby of CMS Report has some nice things to say about the Drupal community. Best of luck to you Bryan.
Dave Hall shares his process of using install profiles for client projects. I use a simular process when starting new projects. Install profiles are the future man!
This post focuses on creating a nice coming soon countdown page with an email signup form.
If you have never written a patch please watch this video from Drupalize.Me.
This is Johan Falk’s swan song. He’s moving on to new things outside of the Drupal world. So if you haven’t checked out any of his videos yet, do yourself a favor check this series out.
Kendall Totten of Media Current walks us through the famous Omega Theme.
Jeff Eaton features another handy module this week.
Four Kitchens announces a cool little module that “adds a jQuery-powered ”dismiss“ button to all Drupal messages”.
The DrupalEasy crew chats with Wim Leers about the very cool Spark Distribution.
The inaugural episode is a good one covering DrupalCon Munich.
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