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Drupal 8 social network integration rewritten (thanks Google)

Drupal 8 social network integration and functionality is being rewritten and harmonised thanks to Google grant. Expect more unified social network user interaction and config management.

Tomorrow's (Wednesday's) Drupal Social API call (Hangout On Air) 3pm CEST 27 July 2016. Join at
We'll post exact invite code just before 3pm CEST. Be ready for it – headsets recommended.

To be included in future weekly calls follow
and join

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COD Beta3, Long term COD roadmap

Lots of new exciting news in the Conference Organizing world this week:

COD Beta 3

Over the past weekend, COD Beta3 was released! While mainly a module update with a few bugs squashed, including timeslots not appearing correctly depending on some permissions and workflows. Thanks to Nick Veenhof for finding the bug!

COD at Drupalcon Amsterdam

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Let's focus down on automated accessibility testing; working with the Dutch to make it happen

I mentioned in the recap of the Green by 2014 initiative that I've been working to organize a follow-on effort to continue building our automated accessibility testing tools. I just published the announcement at the following URL.


Here's the title and sub-title:

"Open-source accessibility testing for the modern web"

"Collaborating to improve Quail, an open-source web accessibility testing tool that will integrate with existing continuous integration processes and developer toolchains."

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Learn more about Drupal 8 and help the wider Drupal community by writing up a Change Record

A happy 2014! What a great year for a Drupal major release!

Have you started learning the new Drupal 8 APIs? Are you porting your modules forward to an 8.x branch? Are you a curious site builder ready to adopt the new hotness that will be Drupal 8?

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Summary of the Backbone.js BoF at DrupalPrague

On September 25, 2013, I lead a Birds of a Feather session at DrupalCon about the use of Backbone.js with Drupal.

We have raw notes from the discussion.

This is a summary of those raw notes.

Goal of the BoF

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CapitalCamp 2013 In 1 Week! Are YOU Ready?

CapitalCamp is kicking off next week! Keynotes and sessions start Friday July 26th! Here are a few logistics and reminders to get you ready for an awesome weekend of Drupal!

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Any and All Proposals welcome for DrupalCon Denver Sessions

Hello Vancouver and Surrey Drupallers,

Rick Nashleanas, content manager for Drupalcon Denver, has asked me to post this announcement to the group. DrupalCon Denver is accepting proposals for sessions. Any and all proposals are welcome. Help keep DrupalCon 100% powered by you.

Rick writes:
Session proposals are still being accepted for the next DrupalCon, being held at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, March 19 -23, 2012. The conference theme is "Collaborative Publishing for Every Device" and the deadline to submit sessions is October 26, 201123:59:59 UTC/GMT -7.

DrupalCon Denver will be focusing on 8 significant areas of expertise and of particular interest to Drupal users and developers alike. Preference will be given to session ideas that examine the following tracks and how they relate to the conference theme:

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Taking a more focused approach to Drupal 8 development

Last night, as I read through the conversation that is happening on the "Make core maintainable" issue (http://drupal.org/node/1255674), I couldn't help but feel that while this conversation is important, it may be the wrong conversation to be having at this time. I am glad this conversation has continued coming out of DrupalCon London, but I feel like we haven't answered the fundamental question of "what is Drupal?", which may help steer the conversation in a direction that will help us select the features that really need to be in core.

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Replace Drupal Planet and Drupal Talk with Drigg

With all the new sites added to the planet lately it seems like a silly process to be done manually. Also the border between Drupal Planet and Drupal Talk is getting pretty vague, especially with all the resposts of late. The Smashing Magazine post about the Drupal Toolbox appeared 4 times on the same frontpage for example.

My suggestion: replace both Drupal Planet and Drupal Talk with Drigg. For those who don't know what Drigg is, it's like Digg but completely written in Drupal. Here are a couple of popular sites running Drigg:

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The difference between Drupal Planet and Drupal Talk?

Lately the Drupal Planet is starting to look more and more like Drupal Talk. A whole bunch of people have been added to the Planet the last couple of month and I don't feel it has done a lot of good to the quality of the feed. I wonder what the criteria is to get added to the Planet these days, and even what we expect the Planet to be?

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