Issue 53 September 20, 2012
TheWeeklyDrop.com turns 1(check out issue 1). Thank you for reading my newsletter. It's been a fun ride.
Drupal is not just software. It’s a community of great people. Take some time this week to review the Association elections and become an active member of this great community.
This is quite a the list.
I really feel for the people who put a ton of effort into trying to make DrupalCon São Paulo happen.
The CRM RedHen project is coming along nicely.
There is no “they” in Drupal. In case you missed it, there was a post in the Drupal Planet feed that was a critique about the way core handles uids. Seems like a very minor issue to me but the thing that raised eyebrows was the way the author referred to Drupal core developers as they. This is an Open Source project folks.
Every Drupal site builder, themer and developer should understand how Drupal’s text filters work. Take a minute a read this.
If you are all complaining about the shortage of Drupal talent you need to read this.
Drupal 8’s php requirement is being increase to PHP 5.3.5 on October 1st.
Alex Rayu of PINGV gives us a good recap of what is coming in Drupal 8. And soon!
Tips & Tutorials
Shane Thomas of Code Karate is on fire creating a ton of nice tutorial videos. Check out his site.
Been a while since I featured a post from BuildaModule.com. This video jumped out at me. “What an SQL injection attack is and how to create one”, now that sounds like fun.
Lullabot’s latest new podcast is hosted by Jeff Eaton and Jeff Robbins in which they discuss the meaning of Content Strategy.
Wondering when do you need to start thinking about migration that old Drupal 6 site?
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