All RPGs and Storygames by Tod Foley are now available at DrivethruRPG and RPGnow. Bring these games to your table!
Instagram Testimonials module is the new tool from Elfsight that lets you add your customers’ real-life Instagram feedback to your website, and thus make it easier to impress prospective customers and to sell more. And this is not to mention the style and trendiness it brings to your website!
The module’s got everything it takes to make your customers’ reviews grab your website visitors’ attention – several layouts and templates, recognizable design and colorful emojis to liven up the atmosphere!
This weeks articles & videos of the week include how E.T. for Atari 2600 was reviewed on its release, a new Solitaire standout, a video on Hob's design, and multiple Mario / Odyssey pieces. ...
Provides a baseline set of configuration for using core Media module for attaching media/images to content.
Designed to be enabled so you get the goodness of default configuration, and then removed as you don't need it hanging around - the configuration will stay with your site.
Helps increase sales through the power of PayPal shopping data with targeted promotions
It's just few snippets for Drupal 8 at https://github.com/NerOcrO/d8_sublime_snippets.
In the previous article, we covered teaching your Drupal installation to send mail to users. But that is only half the battle, now we need to make sure the mail we send hits Inbox and not Spam folder. This article describes some options you have that offer relevant solutions. Unfortunately, no one can guarantee 100% inbox hits, but keeping the amount of mail filtered to Spam to a minimum is quite possible.Tags
I am pleased to announce that Francesco Placella (plach) has accepted our invitation to be a Drupal 8 provisional framework manager.
Based in Venice, Italy, Francesco has been contributing to core since 2009. During the Drupal 7 lifecycle he was mainly active in the multilingual area, revamping the language negotiation and content translation subsystems. His initial contributions were really well received:
As well as some great progress on the code front, another major success of the virtual sprint was bringing in some significant new contributors. A highlight here would be Francesco Placella, who is playing a lead role in the work on translatable fields. [...] Drupal needs more contributors like Francesco, and if this sprint has helped him find his place in Drupal development that in itself is a major gain for the community.
After being appointed a maintainer for Drupal core's Language system and the Content translation module, Francesco joined the Drupal 8 Multilingual Initiative, soon becoming one of its most active contributors. Mainly focused on the content translation aspects, he gradually became heavily involved in the entity and field systems, with foundational work on the form and storage subsystems.
Francesco was also very active in the Drupal 8 Accelerate program, which had the goal of fixing all the outstanding critical bugs that were blocking the release of Drupal 8.0.0. This gave him the opportunity to expand his activity also in many other areas, with a particular focus on Views performance. Drupal 8.0.0 was eventually released and Francesco took a break to look after his newborn son.
Francesco showed up again at DrupalCon Vienna and we thought it would be a good time to ask him to become a framework manager. He gladly accepted, so please join me in welcoming him to the core committer team.
While Replicating Nodes using Replicate and Replicate UI Module, I found that the module will publish a node immediately (shows "view" mode) after replication. What I would like is when it is replicated the replicated node opens in edit mode so that a content manager can make the necessary changes before publishing it. Otherwise, it creates too many steps for them to go through.
Provides unified inspection profiles for common needs like Drupal Coding Standards, Drupal Practice, Security Scanning, PHP Mess Detector.
This new award is interesting because it prominently highlights how important the care and feeding of live games has become in contemporary game dev, especially for big-budget studios. ...
Drupal developers have been shouting node id numbers across tables at sprints for almost 15 years now. The Drupal Association has added some shortcuts and friendly urls for issues to make this a little easier.Shortcuts
The first shortcut we added is a searchbar feature. If you enter any node id in the search bar you'll be automatically redirected to that node. This works for more than just issues!
The second shortcut we added is a quick url pattern for finding issues. If you know your node id, just type:https://drupal.org/i/<node-id>
and you're there!Friendly-Urls
We've implemented a new friendly url pattern on Drupal.org to make the canonical urls more sensible and search engine friendly.
Project pages: https://drupal.org/project/drupal
Issue Queue: https://drupal.org/project/issues/drupal
Specific Issue: https://drupal.org/project/issues/drupal/2922626
This new pattern should be backfilled to all issues by the beginning of next week.
And of course, if you have old bookmarks linked, you can still get there by going to: https://drupal.org/node/<node-id>
These are small, but powerful improvements that should make the lives of everyone who contributes to the Drupal project easier.