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Fuzzy Thinking: IT: The Espionage Edition

RPGNet - 3 September 2018 - 12:00am
Fuzzy skills.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Effective use of facebook and twitter for your indie game marketing campaign - by ifeanyichukwu chigbata

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 2 September 2018 - 11:41pm
In my personal opinion,i feel a lot of gamers tweet several times daily on twitter.Some people  tweet about 10 - 15 times a day at least.The main problem seems to be getting them to view your tweets among the massive amount of  tweets on the chat netw
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Why do first party games matter? - by Stephanica Jessy

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 2 September 2018 - 11:41pm
Third Party games are studios, which may/may not be owned by a publisher (EA, Ubisoft, Activision etc.) but tend to have a contract with said publishers. Both the publisher and Game Tester / developer have a say in the game's design and content.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Kliuless? Gaming Industry ICYMI #1 - by Kenneth Liu

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 2 September 2018 - 11:41pm
Each week I compile a gaming industry insights newsletter that I share with other Rioters, including Riot’s senior leadership. This edition marks the inaugural public version that I will publish broadly every week going forward too. Opinions are mine.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Android Games - Tips to Get The Best of It - by Amy Grunewald

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 2 September 2018 - 11:41pm
Do you wish to kill your extra time when the main organization you have is your Android telephone? Did you realize that Android amusements are the most fascinating and sensational stuff to pack your telephone with?
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Video Game Deep Cuts: That Donut Exapunks Mooncrash

Social/Online Games - Gamasutra - 2 September 2018 - 8:21pm

This week's highlights include analyses or interviews on Donut County, Exapunks, Prey: Mooncrash & many more. ...

Categories: Game Theory & Design

Gitlab Time Tracker

New Drupal Modules - 2 September 2018 - 12:38pm

This module fetches and parses specially created comments from a Gitlab installation and extracts time tracking information from this.
Thanks to that, we can track work time spent on different tickets managed by Gitlab.

The goal of this module is to improve general time tracking in Gitlab CE, as it's far from being perfect.

Categories: Drupal

Drupal Europe: Only one week to go till the biggest Drupal event in Europe!

Planet Drupal - 2 September 2018 - 8:50am

Over not more then 8 days it is finally there, Drupal Europe will be happening from 10 till 14 September in Darmstadt, Germany. We like to inform, you as active and committed Drupal professional with an update about the organization of this international event.

How it started in the community keynote photo by Amazee Labs

Last summer a lot of volunteers worked really hard to make the event happen. There was a search for sponsors, the session were reviewed, selected and all nicely planned in the big schedule.

The biggest draw of Drupal Europe is the inspiration and knowledge you can get in the 188 (!) sessions, keynotes and workshops. Drupal Europe is an unique possibility to meet your (international) colleagues again and talk about what drives, connect and challenges our community. There is only one open source community where “you come for the code and stay for the community” is so deeply rooted.

Already interested in the line-up? Come and have a look at the diverse and interesting program.

Besides the sessies and BOF’s we also plan our other traditional successful activities. On Wednesday evening we organise the exiting Trivia Night where you can win eternal fame with your team.

On Monday and Friday you can attend the mentored sprints and contribute with your knowledge and skills to the Drupal software.

New this year at Drupal Europe is the first international Splash Awards! All golden and silver winners from Europe will compete for the best European Drupal-website, so it is going to be exiting.

All together we think there are plenty of reasons why you should come to Darmstadt and participate at Drupal Europe.

Therefore we now offer you the last opportunity to buy your ticket during the Flash sale that will end on September 3rd. Use this voucher code while buying your ticket and you are guaranteed of the best price: FLS-LPNLGS5DS84E4

After September 3rd the price will go up.

So, get ready for Drupal Europe, book your overnights and have a safe trip getting there.

See you all in Darmstadt!

Image Darmstadium venue in Darmstadt, Germany
Categories: Drupal

Video Game Deep Cuts: That Donut Exapunks Mooncrash - by Simon Carless

Gamasutra.com Blogs - 2 September 2018 - 8:13am
This week's highlights include analyses or interviews on Donut County, Exapunks, Prey: Mooncrash & many more.
Categories: Game Theory & Design

Facets View Mode

New Drupal Modules - 1 September 2018 - 11:45pm

Facets module does not provide out-of-the-box render facet with view mode. If you want to render facet item like taxonomy term, the node with view mode you can use this module. Here are steps to configure the module

1- Enable this module.
2- Go to facet list page admin/config/search/facets.
3- Edit your facet admin/config/search/facets//edit
4- You will see "Facet view mode" in *FACET SETTINGS* section.
5- Click the checkbox and you will see display mode select box.

Categories: Drupal

Pluggable

New Drupal Modules - 1 September 2018 - 9:39pm

It's a set of classes to make adding custom "plugin" fields as easier as possible.
It started as decoupling from Commerce.
Minimally maintained, but we're open for your ideas for further development.

Categories: Drupal

Micro Path

New Drupal Modules - 1 September 2018 - 3:08pm

Manage path alias per micro sites

Categories: Drupal

Responsive Views Grid

New Drupal Modules - 1 September 2018 - 12:39pm

The module will provide a responsive grid view formatter to display items in a responsive grid.

Categories: Drupal

Dynamic Menu Item

New Drupal Modules - 1 September 2018 - 9:38am

Creates dynamic menu item with ability to attach nodes.

Categories: Drupal

Drupal Association blog: Farewell Megan, but not goodbye

Planet Drupal - 31 August 2018 - 4:39pm

This blog has been re-posted and edited with permission from Dries Buytaert's blog. Please leave your comments on the original post.

As you might have read on the Drupal Association blog, Megan Sanicki, the Executive Director of the Drupal Association, has decided to move on.

Megan has been part of the Drupal Association for almost 8 years. She began as our very first employee responsible for DrupalCon Chicago sponsorship sales in 2011, and progressed to be our Executive Director, in charge of the Drupal Association.

It's easy to forget how far we've come in those years. When Megan started, the Drupal Association had little to no funding. During her tenure, the Drupal Association grew from one full-time employee to the 17 full-time employees, and from $1.8 million in annual revenues to $4 million today. We have matured into a nonprofit that can support and promote the mission of the Drupal project.

Megan led the way. She helped grow, mature and professionalize every aspect of the Drupal Association. The last two years in her role as Executive Director she was the glue for our staff and the driving force for expanding the Drupal Association's reach and impact. She understood how important it is to diversify the community, and include more stakeholders such as content creators, marketers, and commercial organizations.

I'm very grateful for all of this and more, including the many less visible contributions that it takes to make a global organization run each day, respond to challenges, and, ultimately, to thrive. Her work impacted everyone involved with Drupal.

It's sad to see Megan go, both professionally and personally. I enjoyed working with Megan from our weekly calls, to our strategy sessions as well as our email and text messages about the latest industry developments, fun stories taking place in our community, and even the occasional frustration. Open source stewardship can be hard and I'm glad we could lean on each other. I'll miss our collaboration and her support but I also understand it is time for Megan to move on. I'm excited to see her continue her open source adventure at Google.

It will be hard to fill Megan's shoes, but we have a really great story to tell. The Drupal community and the Drupal Association are doing well. Drupal continues to be a role model in the Open Source world and impacts millions of people around the world. I'm confident we can find excellent candidates.

Megan's last day is September 21st. We have activated our succession plan: putting in place a transition team and readying for a formal search for a new Executive Director. An important part of this plan is naming Tim Lehnen Interim Executive Director, elevating him from Director, Engineering. I'm committed to find a new Executive Director who can take the Drupal Association to the next level. With the help of Tim and the staff, our volunteers, sponsors and the Board of Directors, the Drupal Association is in good hands.

Categories: Drupal

DrupalCon News: DrupalCon 2019

Planet Drupal - 31 August 2018 - 1:55pm
Categories: Drupal

Dries Buytaert: Farewell Megan, but not goodbye

Planet Drupal - 31 August 2018 - 1:07pm

As you might have read on the Drupal Association blog, Megan Sanicki, the Executive Director of the Drupal Association, has decided to move on.

Megan has been part of the Drupal Association for almost 8 years. She began as our very first employee responsible for DrupalCon Chicago sponsorship sales in 2011, and progressed to be our Executive Director, in charge of the Drupal Association.

It's easy to forget how far we've come in those years. When Megan started, the Drupal Association had little to no funding. During her tenure, the Drupal Association grew from one full-time employee to the 17 full-time employees, and from $1.8 million in annual revenues to $4 million today. We have matured into a nonprofit that can support and promote the mission of the Drupal project.

Megan led the way. She helped grow, mature and professionalize every aspect of the Drupal Association. The last two years in her role as Executive Director she was the glue for our staff and the driving force for expanding the Drupal Association's reach and impact. She understood how important it is to diversify the community, and include more stakeholders such as content creators, marketers, and commercial organizations.

I'm very grateful for all of this and more, including the many less visible contributions that it takes to make a global organization run each day, respond to challenges, and, ultimately, to thrive. Her work impacted everyone involved with Drupal.

It's sad to see Megan go, both professionally and personally. I enjoyed working with Megan from our weekly calls, to our strategy sessions as well as our email and text messages about the latest industry developments, fun stories taking place in our community, and even the occasional frustration. Open source stewardship can be hard and I'm glad we could lean on each other. I'll miss our collaboration and her support but I also understand it is time for Megan to move on. I'm excited to see her continue her open source adventure at Google.

It will be hard to fill Megan's shoes, but we have a really great story to tell. The Drupal community and the Drupal Association are doing well. Drupal continues to be a role model in the Open Source world and impacts millions of people around the world. I'm confident we can find excellent candidates.

Megan's last day is September 21st. We have activated our succession plan: putting in place a transition team and readying for a formal search for a new Executive Director. An important part of this plan is naming Tim Lehnen Interim Executive Director, elevating him from Director, Engineering. I'm committed to find a new Executive Director who can take the Drupal Association to the next level. With the help of Tim and the staff, our volunteers, sponsors and the Board of Directors, the Drupal Association is in good hands.

Categories: Drupal

Farewell Megan, but not goodbye

Dries Buytaert - 31 August 2018 - 1:07pm

As you might have read on the Drupal Association blog, Megan Sanicki, the Executive Director of the Drupal Association, has decided to move on.

Megan has been part of the Drupal Association for almost 8 years. She began as our very first employee responsible for DrupalCon Chicago sponsorship sales in 2011, and progressed to be our Executive Director, in charge of the Drupal Association.

It's easy to forget how far we've come in those years. When Megan started, the Drupal Association had little to no funding. During her tenure, the Drupal Association grew from one full-time employee to the 17 full-time employees, and from $1.8 million in annual revenues to $4 million today. We have matured into a nonprofit that can support and promote the mission of the Drupal project.

Megan led the way. She helped grow, mature and professionalize every aspect of the Drupal Association. The last two years in her role as Executive Director she was the glue for our staff and the driving force for expanding the Drupal Association's reach and impact. She understood how important it is to diversify the community, and include more stakeholders such as content creators, marketers, and commercial organizations.

I'm very grateful for all of this and more, including the many less visible contributions that it takes to make a global organization run each day, respond to challenges, and, ultimately, to thrive. Her work impacted everyone involved with Drupal.

It's sad to see Megan go, both professionally and personally. I enjoyed working with Megan from our weekly calls, to our strategy sessions as well as our email and text messages about the latest industry developments, fun stories taking place in our community, and even the occasional frustration. Open source stewardship can be hard and I'm glad we could lean on each other. I'll miss our collaboration and her support but I also understand it is time for Megan to move on. I'm excited to see her continue her open source adventure at Google.

It will be hard to fill Megan's shoes, but we have a really great story to tell. The Drupal community and the Drupal Association are doing well. Drupal continues to be a role model in the Open Source world and impacts millions of people around the world. I'm confident we can find excellent candidates.

Megan's last day is September 21st. We have activated our succession plan: putting in place a transition team and readying for a formal search for a new Executive Director. An important part of this plan is naming Tim Lehnen Interim Executive Director, elevating him from Director, Engineering. I'm committed to find a new Executive Director who can take the Drupal Association to the next level. With the help of Tim and the staff, our volunteers, sponsors and the Board of Directors, the Drupal Association is in good hands.

Categories: Drupal

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