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People often wonder what the status is of Drupal contributed modules, especially just before and after a new version of Drupal. Now, ANYONE can easily make updates to the status of contributed modules because the tables exist on wiki pages. Each major release, e.g. 5.x, 6.x, etc., has its own wiki page and EVERYONE is encouraged to contribute updates.
Each major release's wiki page will consist of an informal list of contributed modules being ported to that release. The list of plans will consist of informal guesstimates and no one should expect exact delivery dates. The group's benefit to the Drupal community is that anyone will be able to, at a glance, view the status of contributed modules that have been included. The goal is to include all contributed modules and allow anyone to contribute updates.
Please note: Modules not listed here should be considered to be in an unknown status. Don't assume they won't be / haven't been ported. Also, please do not ask questions about a module's status on this group's wiki pages as the proper place for that is elsewhere. This group is all about the KNOWN STATUS and off topic posts will be deleted. A request will be made that a link to each wiki page for a major release, e.g. 6.x, 7.x, be made available and sticky on top of the Module development forum so that it easily leads to this group.
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As a Drupal developer you will be using you Drupal skills to create innovative and creative responsive websites.
This is a senior Drupal dev role where you will delivering their Drupal 7 solutions through hands-on development and strong communications skills.
Maintain and develop new multiple Drupal 6/7 websites.
Module Deployment and customizations as needed.
Custom module with Drupal per individual projects.
Drupal Hacker / Co-Founder sought for London start-up & Equity? Development is well under way already! | www.sboj.com
We're 2 years into development of a large start - up project, we have raised significant Angel Funding and we're looking to expedite the development process to have a deployable product as soon as possible.
We're looking for a pretty savvy Drupalist to join the team on an equity / equity + cash basis to assist the current CTO and 1 senior developer in finishing the product off.Read more
Hundreds of Drupal developers eagerly await the arrival of a stable release of Tokens Module for Drupal 7 with Field support. Everyday users subscribe to this feature request issue thread without any word on the current status from the developers (correct me if I missed it). The developer put up a ChipIn form to which many people contributed and if it was still open for contribution I'm sure that many more people would donate money to the cause. (http://drupal.org/node/691078?page=1)Read more
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So we're this close to an alpha for the Media module (for d7). There are only a few outstanding critical alpha-blocking issues that need to be resolved. I'd hoped to have it today, but it looks like it'll probably be Monday.
Next week is the time for you to jump in if you're interested in developing for the project! It's been loads of fun, from the initial discussions and plans over a year ago with arthurf, dopry, drewish, Roger López, myself and others, to fantastic core Drupal 7 integration of stream wrappers by pwolanin and GSOC student jmstacey, to some powerhouse #d7ux magic by mverbaar and Jody Lynn, to the latest overhaul introducing Media fieldable entities (with an eye for core Drupal 8) and WYSIWYG integration by JacobSingh and dipen chaudhary, with some potential upcoming fine-tuning from jQuery guru dmitrig01.
If you're interested, join us in IRC at #drupal-media. After giving the module a spin (you'll need Drupal 7 Alpha 1, Media, Styles, and WYSIWYG + CKEditor, and optionally Media: Flickr and/or Media: YouTube), you should subscribe to the Issue queue. (You can also see recent screenshots at AaronWinborn.com.)Read more
If you haven't looked recently, there's been some huge progress recently for Drupal's Media module. Jacob Singh from Acquia has jumped on board, paving the way for fieldable entities! This allows Media asset objects to be a first class Drupal citizen, alongside Nodes, Users, Taxonomy, and Comments. (Hopefully in core for Drupal 8!) Also, Dipen Chaudhary has been hard at work providing WYSIWYG support!Read more
Here's the road map, mostly for my reference:
Fixes and improvements to emthumb(courtesy of andrewlevine!) Check for duplicate provider files, giving a notice/warning to administrators in that case Start branch 2 of development Move the Flickr provider to Media: Flickr Move the Archive.org provider to Media: Archive
- Move the YouTube provider to Media: YouTube
Backport the Styles module to d6
- Add emfield Styles (allowing Imagecache for emfield!)
- Gradually move other providers to external locations
Join us at #drupal-dojo in IRC for a DimDim screencast demonstration, discussion, and quick Q&A of the Media, Styles, and Media: YouTube modules. Built to harness the new PHP stream wrappers in core Drupal 7, this powerful file browsing solution will awe and amaze.
I'm happy to announce that Login Security module release 6.x-1.0 is about to born. Currently, there is only one issue open. This issue takes care about string consolidation and english grammar. I'm not an english natural speaker, so probably there will be some words and corrections to be done. I would appreciate any help in this issue.
There is a new feature included for this 1.0 release: ongoing bruteforce attack detection that could easily be expanded for more paranoid settings.. probably in the 2.0 :)
You can check current roadmap status and (I hope) participate in the english correction.Read more
Voidberg and I are giving a second chance to the lazyreg module. Currently there's no such functionality in drupal, and it would be great. For now we have in plan allow the creation of a 'temporary account' to test the site features, and give the user chance to keep it, filling the missing account information, or forget it, just login out the site.
Is there something we are missing or we should consider? do you know of something being implemented about this?
Thanks in advance.
Hi, I'm in process of creating stable release of the "login security" module, and would like to inform current users of this module about it to recall their ideas and most used features, and remove (or not) the rest of them.
Don't know how to make a public call about it, and would not like to create a release to make this kind of notice so everyone will have to update their module version, so I've decided to create it here.
If you have any consideration or would like to know about this stable release please go to:
I've created a module to add descriptions to the blocks visibility fieldset in the user edit form. Now it's possible to set a description for each block and show them to the users, when they whant to show or hide blocks in the site. I've included images of the module in action.
It's a very small module not having any database interaction (information is kept in a drupal variable). For now I've only created the 6.x-1.x-dev release, I don't know if anyone is interested in a 5.x version.
The project is http://drupal.org/project/block_descriptions
I'm currently the "Manager" of this group but am trying to cut down on my group subscriptions and desire to leave this group. When I go to "My Membership" for this group, it states: "You may not leave this group because you are its owner. A site administrator can assign ownership to another user and then you may leave."
So, anyone interested in taking over the group? Please let me know by posting a reply here.
After several weeks of tangling with code I have release a new version of the JQuery Menu module that now provides an api for parsing hierarchical arrays into jquery click and expand menus. I have also released two new modules which make use of this api: the Advanced Taxonomy Blocks and the Advanced Book Blocks modules.Read more
I'm happy to inform you that finally, I've released complete and working AJAX comments module for Drupal 6 and 5. And it is ready to be installed and used.
Thanks for your oppinions and suggestions.
I am looking for a co-developer for reworking the bookmaker module from sports/soccer into a completely generalised "informational" marketmaker module. The idea is that with informational marketmaking, one can discover very strong, well-founded consensus assumptions from the web community.Read more
I've created an RSS feed for keeping track of new Drupal modules. The feed is updated daily with descriptions of every new module released on Drupal.org.
Modules are only announced when the maintainer has actually published a release to their project page. This is important because it keeps unfinished modules off the list until they're ready to use (or at least download).
More details here.
This session will introduce Drupal users to the beauty that is creating custom modules. We will start out by doing an overview of what a module is, what it is composed of, and how modules interact with the Drupal core. The lesson quickly turns from lecture to hands-on when the basics are over and students code their modules and learn all about Drupal's hooks and API offerings.
This session will go over how to build and architecture a new custom Drupal module.
Who is this course for?Read more