All RPGs and Storygames by Tod Foley are now available at DrivethruRPG and RPGnow. Bring these games to your table!
Integration Sberbank Acquiring with Drupal Commerce 2.
This module should be only installed via Composer. Archives on drupal.org for informative purposes.
Today's world is a close reality to something I dreamt of as a child. A world run by devices, the technology they use and their potential to change the future. New interfaces and devices have brought in sweeping changes to transform the web as we know it. With Artificial Intelligence, IOT and more have started to establish and make an impact in the digital world. This impact has changed the way how we perceive a future with seamless, feature-rich websites.
The Commerce Replicate module contains code to combine Drupal Commerce with the Replicate module. If required, it will also play well with the Replicate UI module by installing the Commerce Replicate UI submodule.
Change Requests is a community tool that allows to work together on Drupal content (nodes) without edit-wars similar to open source code developers working on a code.
Appnovation Technologies: DrupalCon 2018: Should Drupal's installer be tailored towards the Enterprise?
This Drupal 8 module exposes an administrative configuration form for creating a Backstop.js visual regression testing profile based on the Drupal site's content. You can:
- Create backstop scenarios from Drupal pages
- Define a number of random pages to be included as scenarios
- Toggle on and off viewport sizes
The resulting backstop.json file only needs to be placed into a backstop directory (created when running `backstop init`), replacing the existing backstop.json file.
When users must click on a link in an e-mail to verify their account, the users sometimes complain to site administrators that they lost the e-mail and the administrator doesn't have an easy way to verify their account for them.
This module adds another tab to users who are unverified that allows users with the 'administer users' permission to verify these users.
This blog has been re-posted and edited with permission from Dries Buytaert's blog. Please leave your comments on the original post.
Last week, Nikki Stevens presented "Other, Please Specify" for TEDx at Arizona State University. In her TED Talk, Nikki shares the story behind the Open Demographics Initiative, which is developing a recommended set of questions that anyone can use to ask online community members about their demographics.
Nikki demonstrates how a majority of demographic surveys require users to conform to restrictive identity fields, which can alienate minority or underrepresented groups. The Open Demographics Initiative wants to develop forms that are more inclusive, in addition to giving people more control over the data and information they chose to disclose.
Inspired by Nikki's presentation, I reached out to the engineering team at the Drupal Association to see if there are plans to implement the Open Demographics Initiative's recommendations on Drupal.org. I was happy to learn that they are collaborating with the Open Demographics team to add the recommendations to the user registration process on Drupal.org.
Adopting Open Demographics on Drupal.org will also allow us to improve reporting on diversity and inclusion, which in turn will help us better support initiatives that advance diversity and inclusion. Plus, we can lead by example and inspire other organizations to do the same.
Thank you Nikki, for sharing the story behind the Open Demographics Initiative, and for helping to inspire change in the Drupal community.