Issue 54 September 27, 2012
Voting is open between September 24 and October 7. If you have an account on drupal.org that you created before August 31 2012 and have logged in the last 12 months you are eligible to vote. How does voting work? Click through to find out.
Donna Benjamin (KatteKrab) has compiled a nice page with a lot of great info about the Drupal Association elections.
Click that sign up button if your interested in helping, perusing, or pointing out flaws. You know you want to.
Jane Hogbin delivers a nice overview of theming with grids over on the Drupal Watchdog site.
Seam Lange of Lullabot gives us an intro to LESS the CSS preprocessor.
One of the complaints you will hear about Drupal is that their aren’t any commercial themes. Well, here’s a list.
Articles & Tutorials
Alex Rayu delivers a nice walk-through using Migrate module for your next migration project. Alex covers handlers, field collections, process and preprocessing data. It’s really worth a read if you are doing a migration.
Super handy tip from Rick Manelius.
James Tombs shows how you can move those rules you’ve created into a module. I didn’t realize it was so easy.
How to create user with dummy password and no email, then prompt user input/verification on first login
Brian talks to Jake Strawn and Michelle Lauer about NodeMaker.
A really good primer on Twig. Jen Lampton is doing so great work here.
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