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Years ago now, the Drupal community adopted Git as a version control system to replace CVS. That move has helped development since the distributed nature of Git allows better tracking of work privately before uploading a patch to drupal.org.
Drupal websites use a database to store content and configuration relating to the running of the website.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the process of altering your website to maximise the exposure of your website via search engines such as Google and
Drupal's growth means that community dynamics are changing.
In the past, it was possible to maintain a popular module solely in your spare time.
But several things have now changed:
In an earlier post (The PM makes Project Management “work”), I discussed the common feature between agile and waterfa
Forks can be an emotive subject for an open source community.
They can make or break communities – sometimes growing to become bigger and better than the original, but sometimes serving to fragment and drive both to the ground.
I am pleased to publicise to the Drupal Community the first alpha release of Project Management Module for Drupal 7 (being tested by
There is a saying that “a whole is greater than the sum of its parts”.
Drupalcon is great fun (I'm sure), and (as importantly) a fabulous opportunity for the Drupal community to share, to learn, and to advance together.
I love Drupalcons. But I have never been to one.