Code standards review is a incredibly difficult - http://ventral.org/pareview should be set as the standard
I've spent several days working on my first module and have found the code standards review to be incredibly difficult.
First of all - let me say that I completely agree with strict code standards - and it's vital that new modules stick to these standards in all ways.
My module was written for D6.
As you guys may all be fully signed up module maintainers it might be an idea for me to outline the steps I've worked through recently so you get an idea of the problems for people publishing new modules.
Obviously installed coder and coder_tough_love.Read more
If you have already got a theme(s) listed as a full project on Drupal.org then you will be aware of the process of having to have your first project 'reviewed and tested by the community' before being granted access to create new full projects.
The people who review and devote time need a big thanks as they enable to D.O. community and resources to grow, so thanks!Read more
The goals of my project are:
- to develop additional reviews in the Secure Code Review module
- to improve the reporting of results from the module
- to provide Drush commands to invoke the reviews
I'm writing that new developers can ask for a code review quite apart from the application review process, but i don't have much i can tell them except ask in IRC and (suggested by beejeebus ask in a g.d.o group on a topic related to your module.
Should we try to create a clearinghouse?
A "code review requested" tag for issues– or projects?
Any other places that exist or ideas for what should or should not be created?
While searching for how to integrate drupal with a "light" webserver called Hiawatha, I find this comment intriguing:
In one of the comments, Hugo Leisink says that he doesn't recommend drupal because of the "ugly" code.
He says "On a simple page that showed a list of 15 items, Drupal needed more that 400 database queries."
I know drupal does these queries so it can do logging and for other status information, but I think you can disable these logging features.Read more
Current live website needs help with server optimization and possible review of code for a Drupal 5 system with high traffic. Looking for a freelancer with experience tweaking Plesk setups (MT hosted dedicated virtual server) and ability to analyze page loading issues.
Here's a run down of the site & modules installed:
- Drupal 5
- Heavy use of domain - site manages 5 different domains with 2 custom themes and serves dynamic content depending on the entry domain, also runs ecommerce store on one domain with SSL
- activity, ad, adminrole, ajax_views, bio, buddylist, cck, cck_address, custom_breadcrumbs, date, devel, domain, drupal_title, event, file_import, flag, google_analytics, imageapi, imagecache, imagefield, imce, job_queue, jquery_update, jump, lightbox2, me, mimemail, nice_menus, nodeaccess, nodeasblock, nodefamily, nodehierarchy, nodeprofile, nodewords, page_title, panels, pathauto, print, privatemsg, search_restrict, securepages, send, share, signup, simplenews, singlesignon, tabbed_block, tapir, taxonomy_breadcrumb, taxonomy_image, taxonomy_menu, teaserbytype, tinymce, token, ubercart, ubrowser, usernnode, views, views_bonus, votingapi, webform
I'm the current web developer and I'm looking for assistance in tweaking this site to improve overall performance. Please respond if you are interested and give me a sense of your abilities and any example sites you can provide as case studies.
In addition - the client is looking for someone who has SEO experience, so that is an added plus, but not required.