For contributing to the Drupal community by developing your own module or theme you first have to contribute "a useful and working module or theme as a sandbox project, and go through a one-time approval process to get permission to promote it (and future projects) to a full project".
Steve Purkiss: drop.coop podcast episode 1 - Drupal Drop In Sprint London Saturday 26th January 2013
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drop.coop podcast episode 1 - Drupal Drop In Sprint London
- Robert Castelo
- Stefan van Hooft
- Pedro Cambra
- Steve Parks
- DrupalCamp London in March - a marriage made in…
- drop.coop - Europe vs. U.S. ways of doing business
The Shield module is a quick and simple solution for locking down websites with an Apache authentication username and password. It requires no changes to the .htaccess file (.htaccess modification is required if running on CGI or FastCGI) or configuration to an Apache vhost. Just install the module and configure it from Drupal's administration section. This module is very useful for locking down development and staging versions of a website.
In this short video, we'll cover the following:
- How to configure Shield
- Demonstration on how to use the module
Spam is always something you need to consider when developing a Drupal website. One tool that makes spam detection and prevention extremely easy is the Drupal 7 Mollom module. This module uses the Mollom service to give your Drupal website capabilities to add captchas to forms, or even analyze text for content that looks like Spam. The service has a completely free version so you can easily get started preventing Spam on your Drupal 7 website.
In this episode you will learn: