DrupalCon

Site Audit module backported to Drupal 7 to soften landing of Drupal 7 upgraders.

After my presentation on Site Audit 4, I was approached by an audience member, Irina Zaks of Fibonacci Web Studio.

It turns out, the Site Audit module never had a web interface in Drupal 7. It was a drush-only tool that could output HTML, but there was no code ever written to display the audit in the site.

DevShop Workshop & Sprints at DrupalCon Los Angeles

I'm headed to DrupalCon on Monday morning, and hope to spend most of my time recruiting users and sprinters to DevShop development.

The DrupalCon sprints are an amazing opportunity to work together with people in person. Despite being very remote-oriented, there really is no replacement for face to face work, especially when it comes to complex projects like DevShop.

There are a number of opportunities this week to come learn about devshop.

Sprints

 

Bats of a Feather: HubDrop, DevShop, & Aegir at DrupalCon Austin

I'm on the plane headed to my 4th DrupalCon, and this one is looking like a good time.  

So much is happening this year. Drupal 8 is getting closer and closer to release, more and more Drupal businesses and services are being launched, and we continue to develop our Drupal products.

While my session on DevShop wasn't accepted, I am personally involved in a lot of BoF sessions this year.