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planetney's picture

Evil client = Evil code

So it has been a year almost and this client will NOT PAY ME!

SO, he changed the FTP accounts and now is ignoring my calls and probably making money off the site, BUT he left the USER1 acct unchanged...

Any ideas???

ps- Keep in mind he can always ask the hosting company for a copy of the previous day mysql, but I think they only back up for up to 5 days.

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barraponto's picture

Use git as a database backend for Drupal

First of all, it is possible to use git as a nosql database (althought it is pretty cracked crazy).
See https://speakerdeck.com/u/bkeepers/p/git-the-nosql-database

At the end of the presentation, it is suggested it is a good fit for... CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS. Like Drupal :)

What's funny, it solves an actual issue of configuration in database, without the dummy step of "exporting to features". Meh.

Let's do it.

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johsw@drupal.org's picture

Best module EVER!

This module is really something for this group:

http://drupal.org/project/misery

Mu ha ha haa!!!

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greggles's picture

Directories in CVS that get NO LOVE

Here are some directories in CVS that do not get any love and by love I mean downloads.

It could be for lots of reasons why they are not downloaded, but the bottom line is that they are not popular and could be considered for removal from CVS and/or Drupal.org project pages. These are only the directories in contributions for modules/, themes/ theme-engines/ and translations/

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webchick's picture

#DANGEROUS_SKIP_CHECK: the most evil of the Form API properties

Tucked away in form.inc is the little-known #DANGEROUS_SKIP_CHECK property of the Form API. It's so evil that it's not even documented!

What can you use this little nugget of fiendishness for?

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