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This week's longform article/video highlights include why Warframe is a (somewhat more) ethical approach to free-to-play, bringing Arizona Sunshine to PlayStation VR, and lots more. ...
Placeholder for an upcoming module that provides an integration with Steemit.com
Adds extended xinteger, xdecimal, xfloat field types and xnumber form display widget. Additionally, each type is provided with the unsigned storage setting, allowing to restrict input on a field only to positive values. One more useful feature of the module is working Default value property, which has no any effect on the current core set up, despite being exposed as one of the field settings.
See more on the module's Github repository:
Placeholder for an ongoing suite of modules to interact with the Cardano blockchain .
Placeholder for an ongoing suite of modules to interact with the Steem blockchain.
Module implements Commerce Discount Offer Type that allows use userpoints to discount orders on checkout. It creates discount program (disabled by default) creates userpoints transaction on "Checkout Complete" event to prevent same userpoints to be used multiple times for discount purpose.
As described in the Surfly website, Surfly.com allows you to
This main purpose of this module is to help developers confirm the configuration of the system before going online.
Read our Roadmap to understand how this work falls into priorities set by the Drupal Association with direction and collaboration from the Board and community.Announcements DrupalCon License program launched
In 2018, the Drupal Association made the difficult decision to pause DrupalCon Europe for the year, so that we could re-envision the program for greater scalability and sustainability. We're pleased to announce that we have launched a new program for licensing DrupalCon, so that local entities can bring this great event to their area. Read the announcement by Executive Director Megan Sanicki for more information.Analysis of Developer Tooling options published
For more than a year, the Drupal Association has been evaluating options for improving the tooling used by developers on Drupal.org. We have recently concluded our study, and published a detailed analysis of the options, as well as our next steps. As expected, this blog series has sparked ongoing conversations about the future of our tools both among the community and with our potential partners - so look out for more updates.Drupal.org Updates Easier management of Drupal Association Membership
In December we worked on updates to membership management, so that Drupal Association members will be able to manage their membership information.New DA Membership Directories launched
Last month we mentioned the launch of the new individual member directory on Drupal.org. In December we expanded on this work to update our directory of organization members as well. You can explore the directory of Drupal Association members here, as well as the new directory of organization members. If you have feedback on either of these directories, please let us know!Akismet for spam protection
The content analysis tool Mollom is rapidly approaching its end of life. And so to continue to protect the Drupal community from spam, we have implemented Akismet on Drupal.org. We are currently running it in silent mode, side-by-side with Mollom and our other protection methods, to ensure a smooth transition.DrupalCI: Chrome Webdriver available for JS testing
By now everyone in the technology industry is likely aware of Meltdown and Spectre, the two major security vulnerabilities recently disclosed in major CPU architectures. Drupal Association staff are in close coordination with our infrastructure partners at Tag1Consulting, to ensure that any vulnerable machines in our infrastructure are protected as soon as possible, and our community's data is kept safe. ——— As always, we’d like to say thanks to all the volunteers who work with us, and to the Drupal Association Supporters, who make it possible for us to work on these projects. In particular we want to thank:
- FFW - Renewing Signature Supporting Partner
- Capgemini - Renewing Premium Supporting Partner
- Commerce Guys - Renewing Classic Supporting Partner
- Isovera Consulting - Renewing Classic Supporting Partner
Naughty Dog is looking for a passionate multiplayer designer to join its team and be a primary contributor to the design of its next multiplayer game in Santa Monica. ...