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LevelTen Interactive: DrupalCamp PHX Session: Drupal as an Inbound Marketing Platform

Planet Drupal - 13 April 2015 - 11:32am

A few weeks ago, Brent Bice attended DrupalCamp PHX to host a session on Drupal as an Inbound Marketing Platform. The video of the PowerPoint presentation of the session, along with audio were made available for everyone to visit and listen to this session.... Read more

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Liran Tal's Enginx: The Drupal Rap song – Everyday I’m Drupalin’

Planet Drupal - 13 April 2015 - 10:26am

This YouTube video doesn’t need any further explanation beside it’s title: The Drupal Rap song – Everyday I’m Drupalin’

 

 

 

Lyrics:

Chorus
Everyday I’m drupalin

Verse
Where them forms you gettin fapi with I’m the fapi boss/ hookin into edit form and webforms is my specialty sauce/ I’ll hook form alter by form id’s or entities/ put a list on Ajax/ just to keep it callin back/

I got them distrobutions, I’m like acqia/
Check my public repos, I didn’t copy nuttin/ I know dries n webchick, I kno Ryan szrama/ all the commerce guys we hipchat when they got some drama/
Might not be pretty code but it gets me paid/ I’m using rules like php loopin through arrays/ I put it all in features, so the code is stable/ it might take longer, but next time I just click enable/ These dudes clearin caches, on every hook init/ queries by thousands, page loads by the minutes

Verse
No matter the language we compress it hard/ drugs cc all, we just drugs cc all/
Where’s all of the changes, you never saw/ so drush cc all, we just drugs cc all/ I lean heavy on smacss, compass compilin my sass/ you just installed flexslider now you teachin a class/
I seen your content types, I don’t need to kno you/ to know that we ain’t even in the same nodequeue/
I’m on drupal answers, check my reputation/ I’m on my tablet earnin karma while I’m on vacation/ ya girl like a module, she stay hookin n/ you couldn’t code an info file, without lookin in/
Mo scrums, equals better sprints, break the huddle, n the work begins

Thanks to New Valley Media for helping with the video http://www.newvalleymedia.com/
Thanks to Broadstreet Consullting http://www.broadstreetconsulting.net

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The post The Drupal Rap song – Everyday I’m Drupalin’ appeared first on Liran Tal's Enginx.

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Drupal Association News: Drupal Newsletter: Jobs, Events, News, and Conversation

Planet Drupal - 13 April 2015 - 9:58am

A long, long time ago—7 years, if you remember—the Drupal Newsletter faded away. On March 26th, the Drupal Association rebooted it. The community does so much that we want to share.

We partnered with TheWeeklyDrop to bring blog posts, articles, podcasts, and more to your inbox. Now, once a week, we’re taking all the effort out of keeping up with the best in Drupal news and events.

The fourth issue hit more than 32,000 inboxes on April 9. Inside it, subscribers from all around the world found Drupal 7.36 and Webform 7.x-3.24 releases, an introduction to D8Upgrade.org (a service offering advice for when you should upgrade to Drupal 8), and more.

To get the newsletter, subscribe via your Drupal.org profile.

The (Renewed) Drupal Newsletter

The Drupal Newsletter will be an opt-in-only thing. Once you’ve subscribed, you’ll get the newsletter in your inbox once a week, every Thursday, at about 06:30 PT / 13:30 GMT.

What kind of content will you get?

  • Drupal 8 progress updates
  • Jobs, so you can find work (or people who get work done)
  • Tutorials, guides, and podcasts
  • Events throughout the community
  • Projects and releases
  • News and conversation

It’s all brought to you by TheWeeklyDrop and us, the Drupal Association. It’s content hand-picked by humans, not bots or aggregators. You’ll get an uncluttered, distraction-free snapshot of the latest from the Drupal community. (Though we could be swayed by community vote to add gratuitous pictures of cats.)

It’s Like the Amazon Dash Button

Ok, no, it’s not. That’s not true. Unless you want it to be, in which case it sort of is.

Subscribe and never run out of the latest news, announcements, and innovations from the Drupal community. We made an animated gif to show you how.

  1. Log in to your Drupal.org profile <www.drupal.org/user>.
  2. Choose Edit.
  3. Scroll to the bottom, to the Subscribe to section.
  4. Check the box next to Drupal Weekly Newsletter.
  5. Hit the Save button.
Keep Up with the Drupal Community

The Drupal Newsletter is the easiest way to keep up with the Drupal community. Don’t already have a Drupal.org account? Create your profile today.

Oh, and two more things:

  1. Please add newsletter@drupal.org to your address book as an approved sender, so the newsletter doesn’t get lost in a pesky spam folder.
  2. Tell us what you think. Comment on this post, or send feedback to newsletter@drupal.org. We’d love to hear from you.
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Drupal @ Penn State: The year, is 2020.

Planet Drupal - 13 April 2015 - 9:46am

The year is 2020.

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Drupal core announcements: Drupal core security release window on Wednesday, April 15

Planet Drupal - 13 April 2015 - 7:51am
Start:  2015-04-15 (All day) America/New_York Online meeting (eg. IRC meeting) Organizers:  David_Rothstein

The monthly security release window for Drupal 6 and Drupal 7 core will take place on Wednesday, April 15.

This does not mean that a Drupal core security release will necessarily take place on that date for either the Drupal 6 or Drupal 7 branches, only that you should prepare to look out for one (and be ready to update your Drupal sites in the event that the Drupal security team decides to make a release).

There will be no bug fix/feature release on this date; the next window for a Drupal core bug fix/feature release is Wednesday, May 6.

For more information on Drupal core release windows, see the documentation on release timing and security releases, and the discussion that led to this policy being implemented.

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Skiing in France

Dries Buytaert - 13 April 2015 - 5:02am

While I love photography, I never really got into video. Because I'm not the guy to pull off flips on skis or jump out of planes, I never considered myself the target audience for a GoPro. However, I got a GoPro for Christmas and was eager to try it on a ski trip to the French Alps. Below is my first attempt at shooting and editing video. The French Alps are stunning and that alone is reason to watch the video. No doubt I have to hone my skills -- both shooting and in the editing room -- and it wouldn't hurt if I could pull off a flip on my skis either. ;-)

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