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Annertech: Championing Simplicity

Planet Drupal - 18 November 2016 - 3:05am
Championing Simplicity

So you've got a project. It's going to be amazing. You've dreamed up loads of functionality and are just itching to let it loose on the world. It's going to look fantastic, and everyone on the design team is ecstatic about the proposed look and feel.

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Preparing to release your game or demo? Read this first! - by Mike Stumhofer

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 18 November 2016 - 1:49am
We recently released the demo for our turn-based, tactical RPG Depth of Extinction that was featured and downloaded more than 1,400 times. I've collected some tips from our experience that may help you have a successful launch of your demo.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Star War EoE: Moves Are At The Heart

Gnome Stew - 18 November 2016 - 1:00am

Last post I wrote had me talking about the Agenda and Principles I’d adapted from Apocalypse World to use in my Star Wars: EoE game. I’d left that post off by saying that Moves are really where it’s at. This is the Moves post.

Moves Like Jabba

In Apocalypse World, if you do something that includes picking up the dice and rolling, it’s called a Move. (FYI, that’s the last time I’m gonna capitalize that word, as it’ll get excessive if I keep it up).

That’s the most straightforward definition to start with. From that perspective, moves can be pretty granular. In traditional gaming spaces, you’d probably just call them “actions.” That’s not how I’m using them in Star Wars. Star Wars already has actions and maneuvers and such. What I use moves for is the more complicated definition.

GMs (MCs) in Apocalypse World also have moves. Their moves don’t involve dice, though. They’re narrative and reactionary. They always happen in response to what a player/character does, and they snowball from one to another.

For example, when a player flubs a roll in Apocalypse World, The GM often has the option to “make a hard move.” One of the moves the GM has available is “Separate Them.” There’s nothing to do with dice in that move, just narrative action.

“You take your shot and Grinder dives out of the way [this is where the player flubbed the roll]. He rolls to the side and knocks into the flimsy beam supporting the ceiling. It comes crashing down between you and Mook. You’re cut off [that was the Separate Them move]. What do you do?”

So the move doesn’t involve dice, and adds a narrative complication. The ending line “What do you do?” puts the ball back in the player’s corner and prompts them to make a move. Moves snowball.

Lightsabers Move It, Move It

Star War EoE has a whole bunch of mechanics to engage at any point in time. When you’re running a game, you need to have all these mechanics come into play when it makes sense for them to. For me, that’s what moves do.

Let’s take an example NPC that could show up in my game.

Base K’llon – Gamorrean Bounty Hunter

Moves

Act Dumber Than I Look

Shoot First, Maybe Ask Questions Later

Reach for More Than is Wise

And that’s it. When I make NPCs for this game, that’s what I put down on the index card. If you think back to my previous article when I said that character is more important than mechanics, this is what I meant. For me to do a good job of running an NPC, I need to know who the person is, and what they’ll do in a given situation.

If you’re familiar with Fate, you might also notice that those moves look a lot like Aspects. Just, rather than describing the character directly, they instead describe courses of action for that character. I have no idea what Base will do in a given situation, necessarily, but I do know that he’ll play dumb to get an advantage, always reach for his blaster with little remorse, and he’ll always be reckless when it comes to getting what’s his.

For me, moves give me the information I need to engage the mechanics. I honestly don’t care one bit what Base’s stats or abilities are. Fantasy Flight has helpfully made decks of generic NPCs that I’m lucky to have access to because one of my players owns all of them. When I get to game night, I take out my NPC index cards and I pull a stat card for each of them. I know the mechanics of the game enough to run it. The stats I need are on the cards. The moves I write for each of the NPCs let me know when to engage them.

(Game) Night Moves

Having ready access to the stat cards for a bunch of NPCs makes this method a lot easier than it otherwise would be, I’ve got to admit. I don’t have to worry about any of the crunchy bits when I sit down on game night to run. However, if you know how to build characters for whatever game you’re playing, or have ready access to pre-statted NPCs, you can use this method.

What I’ve described above is a really direct application, too. You can broaden the use of moves like this and apply them to whatever you’d like to do in a game. I recently ran a haunted ship adventure for Halloween, and I gave the areas of the ship itself some moves so I could have a good idea of what to do and when.

This all might seem like an extra layer of abstraction that doesn’t really help you. For me, when I think about a game from a mechanics-first perspective, I get lost in the numbers, abilities, attributes, etc. By focusing on the who and what of a character, I can figure out how to use them during a game session in ways that escape me when I start with the mechanics.

If you’re in the same boat as me, give this a shot. I’d love to hear how it goes.

Enjoy.

Categories: Game Theory & Design

Votingapi Widgets

New Drupal Modules - 18 November 2016 - 12:56am
Votingapi Widgets

A flexible field based Voting System based on https://www.drupal.org/project/votingapi .

You need Drupal Version >= 8.2.3. (Multiple form instances on a page)

Development

https://github.com/b-connect/votingapi_widgets

Sponsored by b-connect GmbH

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Appnovation Technologies: Choosing Native Apps vs Mobile Sites

Planet Drupal - 18 November 2016 - 12:30am

In a world that has shifted from conventional computing to mobile surfing, companies are regularly asking themselves: "Do we need a mobile app?". Everyone uses apps nowadays, and the experience is often better than the websites we visit, so surely every company must need one, right? Well, that depends…

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Drupal 8 turns one!

Dries Buytaert - 17 November 2016 - 9:49pm

Tomorrow is the one year anniversary of Drupal 8. On this day last year we celebrated the release of Drupal 8 with over 200 parties around the world. It's a project we worked on for almost five years, bringing the work of more than 3,000 contributors together to make Drupal more flexible, innovative, scalable, and easier to use.

To celebrate tomorrow's release-versary, I wanted to look back at a few of the amazing Drupal 8 projects that have launched in the past year.

1. NBA.com

The NBA is one of the largest professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada. Millions of fans around the globe rely on the NBA's Drupal 8 website to livestream games, read stats and standings, and stay up to date on their favorite team. Drupal 8 will bring you courtside, no matter who you're rooting for.

2. Nasdaq

Nasdaq Corporate Solutions has selected Drupal 8 as the basis for its next generation Investor Relations Website Platform. IR websites are where public companies share their most sensitive and critical news and information with their shareholders, institutional investors, the media and analysts. With Drupal 8, Nasdaq Corporate Solutions will be providing companies with the most engaging, secure, and innovative IR websites to date.

3.Hubert Burda Media

For more than 100 years, Hubert Burda Media has been Germany's premier media company. Burda is using Drupal 8 to expand their traditional business of print publishing to reach more than 52 million readers online. Burda didn't stop there, the media company also open sourced Thunder, a distribution for professional publishers built on Drupal 8.

4. Jurassic World

Drupal 8 propels a wide variety of sites, some of Jurassic proportion. Following the release of the blockbuster film, Jurassic World built its digital park on Drupal 8. Jurassic World offers fans games, video, community forums, and even interactive profiles all of the epic dinosaurs found on Isla Nublar.

5. WWF

The World Wide Fund for Nature has been a leading conservation organization since its founding in 1961. WWF's mission is to protect our planet and Drupal 8 is on their team. WWF UK uses Drupal 8 to engage the community, enabling users to adopt, donate and join online. From pole to pole, Drupal 8 and WWF are making an impact.

6. YMCA Greater Twin Cities

The YMCA is one the leading non-profit organizations for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. The YMCA serves more than 45 million people in 119 countries. The team at YMCA Greater Twin Cities turned to Drupal 8 to build OpenY, a platform that allows YMCA members to check in, set fitness goals, and book classes. They even hooked up Drupal to workout machines and wearables like Fitbit, which enables visitors to track their workouts from a Drupal 8 powered mobile app. The team at Greater Twin Cities also took advantage of Drupal 8's built-in multilingual capabilities so that other YMCAs around the world can participate. The YMCA has set a new personal record, and is a great example of what is possible with Drupal 8.

7. Jack Daniels

The one year anniversary of Drupal 8 is cause for celebration, so why not raise a glass? You might try Jack Daniels and their Drupal 8 website. Jack Daniels has been making whiskey for 150 years and you can get your fill with Drupal 8.

8. Al Jazeera Media Network

Al Jazeera is the largest news organization focused on the Middle East, and broadcasts news and current affairs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Al Jazeera required a platform that could unify several different content streams and support a complicated editorial workflow, allowing network wide collaboration and search. Drupal 8 allowed Al Jazeera to do that and then some. Content creators can now easily deliver critical news to their readers in real time.

9. Alabama.gov

From Boston to LA and even Australia, Drupal is supporting the digital needs of governments around the globe. Alabama is leading the way with Drupal 8. Alabama.gov puts its citizens first, and demonstrates how open source can change the way the public sector engages online.

10. Box

Box has been a leader in the technology industry since its founding in 2005. Box takes advantage of Drupal 8 and the improved features made available right out-of-the-box. Bad puns aside, companies like Box are using Drupal 8's new features and improved user interface to build the best digital experiences yet.

11. Habitat for Humanity

The historic nonprofit Habitat for Humanity doesn't just build houses for those in need; they build habitat.org on Drupal 8. Habitat for Humanity provides affordable housing for communities in over 70 countries around the world. You can discover their impact through the "Where we Build” interactive map, donate, and volunteer all on their Drupal 8 site.

12. Obermeyer

Obermeyer and Drupal 8 will take you into new territory. The ski wear company offers seamless end to end commerce integration, providing both new and loyal customers a great shopping experience. Let Obermeyer's Drupal 8 integration with Drupal Commerce keep you warm because winter is coming ...

Happy 1st birthday Drupal 8!

I can't think of a better way to celebrate Drupal 8's one year anniversary than by sharing some incredible experiences that are being created with Drupal 8. Whether the project is big or small, features dinosaurs, or spreads awareness for an important cause, I'm proud to say that Drupal 8 is supporting an amazing array of projects. In my recent keynote at DrupalCon Dublin, I explained why the why of Drupal is so important. After one year of Drupal 8, it's clear how powerful our collective purpose, projects, and passions can be.

Thank you to everyone who has continued to contribute to Drupal 8! I can't wait for another year of exciting projects. Special thanks to Paul Johnson for crowdsourcing great examples that I wouldn't have known about otherwise.

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Drupal 8 turns one!

Dries Buytaert - 17 November 2016 - 9:49pm

Tomorrow is the one year anniversary of Drupal 8. On this day last year we celebrated the release of Drupal 8 with over 200 parties around the world. It's a project we worked on for almost five years, bringing the work of more than 3,000 contributors together to make Drupal more flexible, innovative, scalable, and easier to use.

To celebrate tomorrow's release-versary, I wanted to look back at a few of the amazing Drupal 8 projects that have launched in the past year.

1. NBA.com

The NBA is one of the largest professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada. Millions of fans around the globe rely on the NBA's Drupal 8 website to livestream games, read stats and standings, and stay up to date on their favorite team. Drupal 8 will bring you courtside, no matter who you're rooting for.

2. Nasdaq

Nasdaq Corporate Solutions has selected Drupal 8 as the basis for its next generation Investor Relations Website Platform. IR websites are where public companies share their most sensitive and critical news and information with their shareholders, institutional investors, the media and analysts. With Drupal 8, Nasdaq Corporate Solutions will be providing companies with the most engaging, secure, and innovative IR websites to date.

3.Hubert Burda Media

For more than 100 years, Hubert Burda Media has been Germany's premier media company. Burda is using Drupal 8 to expand their traditional business of print publishing to reach more than 52 million readers online. Burda didn't stop there, the media company also open sourced Thunder, a distribution for professional publishers built on Drupal 8.

4. Jurassic World

Drupal 8 propels a wide variety of sites, some of Jurassic proportion. Following the release of the blockbuster film, Jurassic World built its digital park on Drupal 8. Jurassic World offers fans games, video, community forums, and even interactive profiles all of the epic dinosaurs found on Isla Nublar.

5. WWF

The World Wide Fund for Nature has been a leading conservation organization since its founding in 1961. WWF's mission is to protect our planet and Drupal 8 is on their team. WWF UK uses Drupal 8 to engage the community, enabling users to adopt, donate and join online. From pole to pole, Drupal 8 and WWF are making an impact.

6. YMCA Greater Twin Cities

The YMCA is one the leading non-profit organizations for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. The YMCA serves more than 45 million people in 119 countries. The team at YMCA Greater Twin Cities turned to Drupal 8 to build OpenY, a platform that allows YMCA members to check in, set fitness goals, and book classes. They even hooked up Drupal to workout machines and wearables like Fitbit, which enables visitors to track their workouts from a Drupal 8 powered mobile app. The team at Greater Twin Cities also took advantage of Drupal 8's built-in multilingual capabilities so that other YMCAs around the world can participate. The YMCA has set a new personal record, and is a great example of what is possible with Drupal 8.

7. Jack Daniels

The one year anniversary of Drupal 8 is cause for celebration, so why not raise a glass? You might try Jack Daniels and their Drupal 8 website. Jack Daniels has been making whiskey for 150 years and you can get your fill with Drupal 8.

8. Al Jazeera Media Network

Al Jazeera is the largest news organization focused on the Middle East, and broadcasts news and current affairs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Al Jazeera required a platform that could unify several different content streams and support a complicated editorial workflow, allowing network wide collaboration and search. Drupal 8 allowed Al Jazeera to do that and then some. Content creators can now easily deliver critical news to their readers in real time.

9. Alabama.gov

From Boston to LA and even Australia, Drupal is supporting the digital needs of governments around the globe. Alabama is leading the way with Drupal 8. Alabama.gov puts its citizens first, and demonstrates how open source can change the way the public sector engages online.

10. Box

Box has been a leader in the technology industry since its founding in 2005. Box takes advantage of Drupal 8 and the improved features made available right out-of-the-box. Bad puns aside, companies like Box are using Drupal 8's new features and improved user interface to build the best digital experiences yet.

11. Habitat for Humanity

The historic nonprofit Habitat for Humanity doesn't just build houses for those in need; they build habitat.org on Drupal 8. Habitat for Humanity provides affordable housing for communities in over 70 countries around the world. You can discover their impact through the "Where we Build” interactive map, donate, and volunteer all on their Drupal 8 site.

12. Obermeyer

Obermeyer and Drupal 8 will take you into new territory. The ski wear company offers seamless end to end commerce integration, providing both new and loyal customers a great shopping experience. Let Obermeyer's Drupal 8 integration with Drupal Commerce keep you warm because winter is coming ...

Happy 1st birthday Drupal 8!

I can't think of a better way to celebrate Drupal 8's one year anniversary than by sharing some incredible experiences that are being created with Drupal 8. Whether the project is big or small, features dinosaurs, or spreads awareness for an important cause, I'm proud to say that Drupal 8 is supporting an amazing array of projects. In my recent keynote at DrupalCon Dublin, I explained why the why of Drupal is so important. After one year of Drupal 8, it's clear how powerful our collective purpose, projects, and passions can be.

Thank you to everyone who has continued to contribute to Drupal 8! I can't wait for another year of exciting projects. Special thanks to Paul Johnson for crowdsourcing great examples that I wouldn't have known about otherwise.

Categories: Drupal

Dries Buytaert: Drupal 8 turns one!

Planet Drupal - 17 November 2016 - 9:49pm

Tomorrow is the one year anniversary of Drupal 8. On this day last year we celebrated the release of Drupal 8 with over 200 parties around the world. It's a project we worked on for almost five years, bringing the work of more than 3,000 contributors together to make Drupal more flexible, innovative, scalable, and easier to use.

To celebrate tomorrow's release-versary, I wanted to look back at a few of the amazing Drupal 8 projects that have launched in the past year.

1. NBA.com

The NBA is one of the largest professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada. Millions of fans around the globe rely on the NBA's Drupal 8 website to livestream games, read stats and standings, and stay up to date on their favorite team. Drupal 8 will bring you courtside, no matter who you're rooting for.

2. Nasdaq

Nasdaq Corporate Solutions has selected Drupal 8 as the basis for its next generation Investor Relations Website Platform. IR websites are where public companies share their most sensitive and critical news and information with their shareholders, institutional investors, the media and analysts. With Drupal 8, Nasdaq Corporate Solutions will be providing companies with the most engaging, secure, and innovative IR websites to date.

3.Hubert Burda Media

For more than 100 years, Hubert Burda Media has been Germany's premier media company. Burda is using Drupal 8 to expand their traditional business of print publishing to reach more than 52 million readers online. Burda didn't stop there, the media company also open sourced Thunder, a distribution for professional publishers built on Drupal 8.

4. Jurassic World

Drupal 8 propels a wide variety of sites, some of Jurassic proportion. Following the release of the blockbuster film, Jurassic World built its digital park on Drupal 8. Jurassic World offers fans games, video, community forums, and even interactive profiles all of the epic dinosaurs found on Isla Nublar.

5. WWF

The World Wide Fund for Nature has been a leading conservation organization since its founding in 1961. WWF's mission is to protect our planet and Drupal 8 is on their team. WWF UK uses Drupal 8 to engage the community, enabling users to adopt, donate and join online. From pole to pole, Drupal 8 and WWF are making an impact.

6. YMCA Greater Twin Cities

The YMCA is one the leading non-profit organizations for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. The YMCA serves more than 45 million people in 119 countries. The team at YMCA Greater Twin Cities turned to Drupal 8 to build OpenY, a platform that allows YMCA members to check in, set fitness goals, and book classes. They even hooked up Drupal to workout machines and wearables like Fitbit, which enables visitors to track their workouts from a D8 powered mobile app. The team at Greater Twin Cities also took advantage of Drupal 8's built-in multilingual capabilities so that other YMCAs around the world can participate. The YMCA has set a new personal record, and is a great example of what is possible with Drupal 8.

7. Jack Daniels

The one year anniversary of Drupal 8 is cause for celebration, so why not raise a glass? You might try Jack Daniels and their Drupal 8 website. Jack Daniels has been making whiskey for 150 years and you can get your fill with Drupal 8.

8. Al Jazeera Media Network

Al Jazeera is the largest news organization focused on the Middle East, and broadcasts news and current affairs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Al Jazeera required a platform that could unify several different content streams and support a complicated editorial workflow, allowing network wide collaboration and search. Drupal 8 allowed Al Jazeera to do that and then some. Content creators can now easily deliver critical news to their readers in real time.

9. Alabama.gov

From Boston to LA and even Australia, Drupal is supporting the digital needs of governments around the globe. Alabama is leading the way with Drupal 8. Alabama.gov puts its citizens first, and demonstrates how open source can change the way the public sector engages online.

10. Box

Box has been a leader in the technology industry since its founding in 2005. Box takes advantage of Drupal 8 and the improved features made available right out-of-the-box. Bad puns aside, companies like Box are using Drupal 8's new features and improved user interface to build the best digital experiences yet.

11. Habitat for Humanity

The historic nonprofit Habitat for Humanity doesn't just build houses for those in need; they build habitat.org on Drupal 8. Habitat for Humanity provides affordable housing for communities in over 70 countries around the world. You can discover their impact through the "Where we Build” interactive map, donate, and volunteer all on their Drupal 8 site.

12. Obermeyer

Obermeyer and Drupal 8 will take you into new territory. The ski wear company offers seamless end to end commerce integration, providing both new and loyal customers a great shopping experience. Let Obermeyer's Drupal 8 integration with Drupal Commerce keep you warm because winter is coming ...

Happy 1st birthday Drupal 8!

I can't think of a better way to celebrate Drupal 8's one year anniversary than by sharing some incredible experiences that are being created with Drupal 8. Whether the project is big or small, features dinosaurs, or spreads awareness for an important cause, I'm proud to say that Drupal 8 is supporting an amazing array of projects. In my recent keynote at DrupalCon Dublin, I explained why the why of Drupal is so important. After one year of Drupal 8, it's clear how powerful our collective purpose, projects, and passions can be.

Thank you to everyone who has continued to contribute to Drupal 8! I can't wait for another year of exciting projects. Special thanks to Paul Johnson for crowdsourcing great examples that I wouldn't have known about otherwise.

Categories: Drupal

Entity Pilot Git

New Drupal Modules - 17 November 2016 - 7:44pm
Overview

Entity Pilot Git extends the Entity Pilot module by providing a transport mechanism that exports and imports via the file system.

This module is designed so that syndication of content between sites can be done entirely through a Git respository.

Categories: Drupal

YouTuber network Machinima acquired by stakeholder Warner Bros.

Social/Online Games - Gamasutra - 17 November 2016 - 4:55pm

Game-focused YouTuber network Machinima has been acquired by extant investor Warner Bros. (which is itself owned by Time Warner) for an undisclosed sum. ...

Categories: Game Theory & Design

Arena Rex Saturnalia Sale Happening Now

Tabletop Gaming News - 17 November 2016 - 3:00pm
So, we had a couple board game sales launch. We also had a couple terrain sales going on. But what about miniatures games, themselves? Well, the folks at Red Republic Games have you covered there. They’ve started their Saturnalia Sale over in their webshop. Want to get some of their (exceedingly beautifully sculpted) miniatures for […]
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Cocomore: „Cocomore Job Check: What Does A Backend Developer Do?”

Planet Drupal - 17 November 2016 - 3:00pm

With our blog series “Cocomore Job Check” we have been introducing typical jobs in the digital industry and offered insights to the agency life here at Cocomore. Next to marketing, IT and development are part of our core business. We are talking with Mehmet Tunay about his job as a backend developer and its perks.

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Four Kitchens: Frontend Style Guide Miniseries: Part Three: Pattern Lab

Planet Drupal - 17 November 2016 - 2:26pm

Welcome to Part Three of our frontend miniseries on style guides! In this installment, we cover the bits and pieces of atomic design using Pattern Lab. […]

Categories: Drupal

Blog: Building multiplayer networks in Antegods

Social/Online Games - Gamasutra - 17 November 2016 - 2:16pm

"Antegods' lead programmer Niels Uiterwijk shares some insights into our networking code. How do we make those infernal PC machines talk to each other?" ...

Categories: Game Theory & Design

Two New RPG Adventures Available From PenguinComics

Tabletop Gaming News - 17 November 2016 - 2:00pm
As you’ve heard me say before, I’m a big fan of any sort of extra resources a GM can get. As someone who has just started a new campaign with a new group of players, I certainly appreciate having resources at my fingertips to make the planning easier. Well, PenguinComics is here to help you […]
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Arcane Wonders Announces Spoils of War Game

Tabletop Gaming News - 17 November 2016 - 1:00pm
Like any good vikings, you’ve done your fair share of pillaging. Now, it’s time to get your fair share of the loot. The tables are piled high with all manner of gems, jewels, gold, goblets, tankards, and every other type of loot you can imagine. But how do you split it all up? What was […]
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Fantasy Flight Games Previews Gameplay From Doom Board Game

Tabletop Gaming News - 17 November 2016 - 12:00pm
The forces of Hell are pouring into our world via portals that were opened in a space station on Mars. A stalwart group of Space Marines are the only defense this dimension has to stem the tide. Will you take up the role of one of those defenders? Or will you look to cause Hell […]
Categories: Game Theory & Design

groups.drupal.org frontpage posts: Media sprints in 2016 in Berlin, Prague and Munich

Planet Drupal - 17 November 2016 - 11:57am

Last week Dries Buytaert published our plan for media management in Drupal 8 which details at least the immediate plans. The inherent limitation of file based attachment/image management in core is it does not mix well with remote media (Facebook embeds, videos, Digital Asset Management, etc.) and there is no library of media to browse to reuse existing media on the site. Therefore our short term goal is to add a base to support a wide varierty of media as well as a media library and support for embedding such media in posts in general.

To support this plan, we host online meetings every Wednesday at 2pm GMT in #drupal-media on IRC, but without focused time on implementing these, we are unlikely to succeed before the feature deadline of Drupal 8.3 at the end of January 2017. Therefore we are planning the following sprints for this year.

Dec 12-16 sprint in Berlin at Hubert Burda Media

Hubert Burda Media (initiators of the Thunder distribution) is hosting us at Potsdamer Straße 7, 10785 Berlin for a sprint between December 12-16. Confirmed attendees include (in alphabetical order) Adam Globus-Hoenich (phenaproxima), Christian Fritsch (chr.fritsch), Dietmar Gigler (dietmarg), Gábor Hojtsy, Janez Urevc (slashrsm), Marcos Cano Miranda (marcoscano), Mladen Todorovic (mtodor) and Samuel Mortenson (samuel.mortenson). Additionally Daniel Wehner (dawehner) and Florian Weber (webflo) plan to attend part of the sprint.

We'll work on bringing media features to core (not on contributed modules). If you'd like to get involved, participation in person or remotely would be amazing. This single sprint will not be enough to complete our goals. We are looking to figure out what is still possible in January and need funding to make things happen. If you can sponsor future sprints, reach out to Janez Urevc. This current sprint is funded by Hubert Burda Media, MD Systems, Acquia and Reinblau.Huge thanks to them!


Photo of nearby Potsdamer Platz by Wolfgang Staudt Nov 25 sprint at DrupalIronCamp

DrupalIronCamp is Prague is also hosting four days of sprints. Janez Urevc (slashrsm) plans to sprint on the details of the media plan on Friday, November 25th. There may be other media related activities at the sprints, connect with the sprinters.

Nov 30 - Dec 2 sprint at DrupalCamp Munich

Hubert Burda Media also hosts the sprints before DrupalCamp Munich (sprints between November 30 - December 2, DrupalCamp on December 3-4). Several developers from Hubert Burda Media will sprint on both the core media goals and contributed modules. Look for Christian Fritsch (chr.fritsch) and Mladen Todorovic (mtodor).

Categories: Drupal

Thursday Terrain Corner

Tabletop Gaming News - 17 November 2016 - 11:00am
We’re just one week away. A week away from what? My favorite day of the year, of course! I’ve already got one turkey. I’ll pick up another this weekend, along with a bunch of other stuff so I can make dinner for my friends when I go over there on Thursday. It should be a […]
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Graph reference

New Drupal Modules - 17 November 2016 - 10:30am

This module allows you to create a mathematical graph of entities.

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