All RPGs and Storygames by Tod Foley are now available at DrivethruRPG and RPGnow. Bring these games to your table!
This module provides a form element on each block to set the cache metadata(Context, Tags, Max-Age).
"Og Share Content" is a Drupal module that enables the user to share content between Organic Groups. All group members can share content within that group. Users can be members of multiple groups. The "Share Content" button will be displayed in the "Node Links" of the node.INSTALLATION
Install as you would normally install a contributed Drupal module. See: https://Drupal.org/documentation/install/modules-themes/modules-7 for further information.
If you have been to any of the North American Drupal Camps, chances are you recognize Amber Matz. She is the production manager and a trainer at Drupalize.Me. Drupalize.Me is a site for Drupal tutorials and trainings. Amber, along with Joe Shindelar, travel to the various Drupal Camps and DrupalCons and currently run Drupal 8 Theming workshops.
"Executives promised us that they wanted us to speak up about the ugly things, the harmful things, and that we wouldn't be punished for doing so," fired ArenaNet staffer Jessica Price tells Polygon. ...
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During my DrupalCon Nashville keynote, I shared a brief video of Mike Lamb, the Senior Director of Architecture, Engineering & Development at Pfizer. Today, I wanted to share an extended version of my interview with Mike, where he explains why the development team at Pfizer has ingrained Open Source contribution into the way they work.
Mike had some really interesting and important things to share, including:
- Why Pfizer has chosen to standardize all of its sites on Drupal (from 0:00 to 03:19). Proprietary software isn't a match.
- Why Pfizer only works with agencies and vendors that contribute back to Drupal (from 03:19 to 06:25). Yes, you read that correctly; Pfizer requires that its agency partners contribute to Open Source!
- Why Pfizer doesn't fork Drupal modules (from 06:25 to 07:27). It's all about security.
- Why Pfizer decided to contribute to the Drupal 8's Workflow Initiative, and what they have learned from working with the Drupal community (from 07:27 to 10:06).
- How to convince a large organization (like Pfizer) to contribute back to Drupal (from 10:06 to 12:07).
Between Pfizer's direct contributions to Drupal (e.g. the Drupal 8 Workflow Initiative) and the mandate for its agency partners to contribute code back to Drupal, Pfizer's impact on the Drupal community is invaluable. It's measured in the millions of dollars per year. Just imagine what would happen to Drupal if ten other large organizations adopted Pfizer's contribution models?
Most organizations use Open Source, and don't think twice about it. However, we're starting to see more and more organizations not just use Open Source, but actively contribute to it. Open source offers organizations a completely different way of working, and fosters an innovation model that is not possible with proprietary solutions. Pfizer is a leading example of how organizations are starting to challenge the prevailing model and benefit from contributing to Open Source. Thanks for changing the status quo, Mike!
This module adds a field formatter that expands and collapses to obscure content that is longer than desired. It is similar in principle to Expanding Formatter, but operates in a different manner. Rather than trimming based on a number of characters, this module uses a specific height to trim the text. This results in a predictable layout every time.
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It is a module for Drupal 7 to add meta tag in the easy way.