Issue 91 June 20th, 2013
September, 23rd - 27th, 2013 in Prague. Earlybird registration opens on June 25th.
August 15th - 18th, 2013 in Lake Balaton, Keszthely, Hungary
Aaron Manire has written a reasoned look at inline editing vs structured content. If this topic interests you it’s a must read.
Bryan Braun has some good tips for keeping your entity forms tidy.
Holly Ross shares encouraging details from the DA meeting at the DrupalCon Portland meeting.
This post is a shift from the usual Drupal related things Dries Buytaert writes about but it’s worth a look anyway. Dries suggests using passive income sources could allow more of us to devout more time to working on open source projects.
“Vincenzo is a blind Italian student that has been contributing to Core for the last year. This was one of the first successful crowdsourcing efforts in the Drupal community.” This is a really cool story.
Some nice tips for using Drush on a remote server from Deeson Online’s John Ennew.
This tip from Padraig O’Sullivan allows you to skip tables with your drush sql-dump command.
CMS Quick Start: User friendly site backups with the Backup and Migrate suite
Yuriy Gerasimov shows us how to use Views Slideshow, the Media module, and a bit of custom code to embed YouTube videos in a slideshow.
Get a basic development environment set up on Windows, Mac, or Linux. From Emma Jane Westby of Drupalize.Me.
Use inlinemanual.com to create tours that you can import into any Drupal 8 site.
This screencast introduces the new and highly anticipated 2.x branch of Commerce Recurring Framework.
Honeypot module has greatly reduced spam comments on several of my sites. Paul Booker tells us all about it in his post.
Josh Miller shows how easy it is to create add-on products to Drupal Commerce in his video tutorial.
Another nice video produced by Pantheon from DrupalCon Portland.
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