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Shadows in Focus - Morocco is a location sourcebook for Shadowrun and provides useful information on Morocco and its environs that would be useful to the sorts of people who are Shadowrunners. It is the sort of book you need if you are going to run a game set in or around Morocco.
Shadows in Focus - Morocco is a location sourcebook for the 5th edition of Shadowrun, this particular book covers the shadow nexus of smugglers, corporations and nationalism that exist in the Morocco of the Sixth World.
Morocco is a gateway to the Mediterranean and Islamic worlds so it serves as a nexus of trade, legal and illegal, as well as a gatekeeper of the Gibraltar straights. In the Sixth World, it suffered heavily during EuroWar II which saw it invaded by European forces driving back the Islamic forces which had used it as a stepping stone to invade Spain. Morocco has rebuilt with heavy corporate aid making many see the government as a puppet of megacorporate interests. The truth is more complex with the Morocco government, corporations, traditional social groups and other factions all vying for power.
With smuggling, corporate power plays and corruption permeating the government, there is considerable work for career criminals such as Shadowrunners. But they have to play the game according to local rules if they want to go far which means keeping magic and cyberware out of sight as much as possible and not offending the Islamic faith when you can manage.
As far as mechanics go there are two new animals (the Atlas Bear and the Barbary Lion), five new Life Modules for that character generation system, and some suggestion on how to model the cultural dislike of cyberware.
Shadows in Focus - Morocco is an interesting resource providing enough information to set missions in Morocco as well as a variety of potential adventures (though some adventure seeds to really spark ideas would have been nice).
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This project provides Vue components for all currently existing Drupal core FormElement and RenderElement plugins. It also provides Vue templates for commonly used Drupal theme hooks.
It allows Vue to be used as a front end for existing Drupal sites and modules by providing reactivity to the existing twig markup.
This module offers a new views style plugin which let you output your view results in a UIkit V3 Grid markup.
This module helps to add attributes to file links, for example, the HTML rel attribute. You can also add or alter the file widget form and save the elements you need as the module generates an additional field.
The module provides an interface for managing entity field tokens. Field tokens are managed on the entity display so they can be moved into the desired layout region, based on the site-builders desired output. It allows restricting field tokens on a per entity bundle, or by view mode.
The pattern library module is intended to be used to connect patterns defined in a third-party library like Pattern Labs or Partial to Drupal. Each pattern that is defined will build a layout, which can be used in either display suite, page manager, or any module that utilizes the Layouts API.
I'm going to Nashville!!
That is all. Carry on. Or... better yet - you should come too!
The Drupal Community Working Group, in partnership with the Drupal Association, is very excited to offer a special workshop at DrupalCon Nashville designed to explore leadership, followership, and teamwork as it applies to various roles in our community.
One of the most remarkable things about open source projects like Drupal is that they enable people from all over to come together and collaborate with others toward shared goals. In order to be successful, open source projects need to continually work toward building positive, supportive communities that enable everyone to be at their best. If you are someone who has, or is ready for a position of responsibility within Drupal (e.g., camp and group organizers, initiative leads, sprint mentors, module maintainers, etc.), we encourage you to attend.
This free event will be facilitated by incoming Drupal Association board chair Adam Goodman, who is also the head of Northwestern University’s Center for Leadership, and works as an executive coach and advisor to senior executives and boards of directors at dozens of companies and organizations around the world. A number of other community members, including Donna Benjamin, Shyamala Rajaram, Gábor Hjotsky, Mike Anello, George DeMet, Tiffany Farriss, and Jordana Fung will also be helping to co-facilitate.
The Teamwork and Leadership Workshop will feature a large group exercise about common assumptions and myths regarding teamwork and leadership, discussion of some best practices for effective leadership and teamwork today, and small group sessions where people can link those concepts with their own experiences within the Drupal community.
The workshop will be held from 2-5pm on Tuesday, April 10, and you can register now at: https://goo.gl/forms/7SWzVS4qhHqbiRrW2. Space is limited, so don’t delay.
We hope to see you there!
Drupal 7 transliteration rules for Drupal 8 (cyrillic, currently supports only Russian and Ukrainian)
A module to ease developer's life when creating custom entities.
A lot has been done in Drupal 8, but there is always something to improve.
This module offers:
- Base classes for content entities that already define common fields like ID, UUID, label, created and changed dates, and so on.
- A Views based entity list builder.
- An entity form base class that takes care of redirecting the user and showing a message.