Issue 61 November 15, 2012
Drupal 7.17 is a maintenance release with numerous bug fixes (no security fixes).
I had the pleasure of attending Greg’s session at BADCamp and the CMI progress is very exciting.
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Bug fixes and a ton of small improvements in this release.
Seed is a set of Drush commands which allow you to perform actions such as setting up new user accounts, creating MySQL databases and setting up new projects for developers. Looks interesting.
The folks at Pantheon have been busy making improvements to their Drupal hosting platform. Specifically the Pantheon dashboard. Check out Josh Koenig’s screencast that highlights the features.
November 25, 2012 in Budapest, Hungary.
December 14th, 2012
What Views in core means for Views.
Joe Shindelar discusses the migration of Drupalize.me from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 using Jenkins CI, bash shell, drush and the migrate module.
If you are a themer who uses Compass, Susy, or Sass you will want to check out this post from Ian Carrico.
Handy tip from Daniel Sipos who has been been doing a ton of writing lately.
As someone who has had to explain why hundreds of emails were sent out from a testing site, do yourself a favor and read this post by Gergely Lekli.
Chosen Select module uses jQuery Select2 to add new widgets to traditional select inputs.
Making a Dashboard? Check out Homebox module.
Check out Shawn DeArmond’s session from BADCamp 2012. The video is linked towards the end of the post.
A really great episode covering a variety of topics around content, Content Management Systems, and Karen McGrane’s new book Content Strategy for Mobile.
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