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Here is a quick recipe that uses Drupal's Feed API, Feed Element Mapper, CCK and the Embedded Media Field to create independent embedded video nodes on your Drupal site by RSS. This is my first screencast and first contribution to the Drupal Dojo, I followed the specs on the other discussions as best I could, consider adding this to the Dojo video pool.
Last updated by gusaus on Wed, 2009-04-15 19:18
Note that all videos on drupaldojo.com must comply with these guidelines (prospective from February 23, 2008.) We will accept all submitted videos, but submissions that do not comply may be modified by the Dojo to match these requirements if needed. Currently all videos must be uploaded to blip.tv and then will be added to the DrupalDojo.com site. (On the new dd.com site you will be able to upload a video directly through the site.)
There is also a wiki page that has some tips and tricks for making videos.Read more
Last updated by Senpai on Sat, 2007-10-27 21:07
Promoting Drupal Dojo
It was suggested during chx's 2006-09-30 Dojo lesson that we might need to promote Drupal Dojo more, perhaps by posting something to drupal.org and Digging/SlashDotting it. I have only participated in a few live Dojo events myself, but have viewed some of the screencasts offline. This page is here to get some assistance writing up a draft for an article to post on drupal.org. I am providing a suggested document structure. Feel free to contribute or edit.Read more
Code Cleanup with Coder module: This is a 9 minute video that shows me doing a little code cleanup on pathauto module using the cool Coder module. This is a great tool for pointing out secure text and coding standards issues in your code. This is also an easy way to get involved with rolling patches for modules that you use.Read more
OK, starting to feel like I'm spamming everyone. This is a really short, 6 minute, video that shows you how to use command line to checkout a copy of Drupal's HEAD version to your localhost. Assumes you have a local webserver set up and db created already.
Hey folks, I've got another video out, Applying Patches to Drupal Core - there is .mp4 and .mov and a torrent for the .mp4. This one is just as quick and dirty as the last one - it is 12 minutes. It shows you how to use the command line to apply, test and reverse patches for Drupal core. This is a great way to be part of core development even if you know nothing about code. The developers are writing the patches but they need many eyes to test them and see if they really work in a wide variety of use cases.Read more
It has come to my attention this morning that we may have lost yet another screenie. I'm starting to get a bit depressed because of this. I can't possibly learn all there is to learn during a lesson because there's so much going on. The flow of information, the IRC noise, the follow-along-on-your-own-compy syndrome all lead to missed learning opportunities that a review of the screencast would serve to forever cement.
It is with this in mind that I open the floor for a serious discussion on how to never loose a screenie again.Read more
Hey all, I created a little video on how to roll patches the other night when I had an easy patch to do. It is not the best quality since I didn't really plan it out ahead of time but folks new to patching may find it helpful. I also wanted to show you don't have to be patching "code" but that you can also do patches for documentation. It has been added to the Patches section of the Handbook since you really should read the patch documentation and not just watch the vid. ;)Read more