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Clemens Tolboom: Interested in ReST and HAL?

Planet Drupal - wo, 2014/07/23 - 4:42pm
  1. Checkout the issue queue for HAL and ReST.
  2. Use the quickstart tool: https://github.com/build2be/drupal-rest-test.
Need HAL?
  1. Install HAL Browser on your site to see what we got till now.
  2. cd drupal-root
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clemens-tolboom pushed to 8.x at build2be/drupal-rest-test

On github - wo, 2014/07/23 - 3:56pm
July 23, 2014 clemens-tolboom pushed to 8.x at build2be/drupal-rest-test
  • 6264729 Moved some docs to inline. Added quick setup: install-hal.

Acquia: Migration Tips and Tricks

Planet Drupal - wo, 2014/07/23 - 3:18pm

Cross-posted with permission from nerdstein

The Migrate module is, hands down, the defacto way to migrate content in Drupal. The only knock against it, is the learning curve. All good things come to those who take the time and learn it.

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clemens-tolboom pushed to feature/documentation-patch at build2be/drupal

On github - wo, 2014/07/23 - 3:08pm
July 23, 2014 clemens-tolboom pushed to feature/documentation-patch at build2be/drupal
  • f1ed247 Issue #2293773 by Gábor Hojtsy, alexpott, effulgentsia, penyaskito, h…
  • fad8529 Issue #2298923 by mparker17, er.pushpinderrana: Fixed Bartik's field-…
  • 41 more commits »

clemens-tolboom closed issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#35

On github - wo, 2014/07/23 - 2:21pm
July 23, 2014 clemens-tolboom closed issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#35 Allow for skipping unchanged files when running bin/json2dot

clemens-tolboom commented on issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#35

On github - wo, 2014/07/23 - 2:21pm
July 23, 2014 clemens-tolboom commented on issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#35

This is not a performance killer per se ... it's much quicker then the parser oop2json.

clemens-tolboom commented on issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#26

On github - wo, 2014/07/23 - 2:13pm
July 23, 2014 clemens-tolboom commented on issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#26

Let's add a --parents-depth option

clemens-tolboom commented on issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#23

On github - wo, 2014/07/23 - 2:10pm
July 23, 2014 clemens-tolboom commented on issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#23

Won't fix ... this is svg specific we think

clemens-tolboom closed issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#8

On github - wo, 2014/07/23 - 2:07pm
July 23, 2014 clemens-tolboom closed issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#8 Files containing duplicate namespaces needs workaround

clemens-tolboom commented on issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#8

On github - wo, 2014/07/23 - 2:07pm
July 23, 2014 clemens-tolboom commented on issue clemens-tolboom/uml-generator-php#8

won't fix? Check upstream issues first?

Code Karate: Drupal 7 Splashify

Planet Drupal - wo, 2014/07/23 - 1:36pm
Episode Number: 158

In this episode we cover the Splashify module. This module is used to display splash pages or popups. There are multiple configuration options available to fit your site needs.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How to set up Splashify
  • How to configure Splashify
  • How to get Splashify to use the Mobile Detect plugin
  • How Splashify displays to the end user
  • How to be awesome
Tags: DrupalDrupal 7Drupal PlanetUI/DesignJavascriptResponsive Design
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Drupal Association News: Building the Drupal Community in Vietnam: Seeds for Empowerment and Opportunities

Planet Drupal - wo, 2014/07/23 - 6:38am

With almost 90 million people, Vietnam has the 13th largest population of any nation in the world. It's home to a young generation that is very active in adopting innovative technologies, and in the last decade, the country has been steadily emerging as an attractive IT outsourcing and staffing location for many Western software companies.

Yet amidst this clear trend, Drupal has emerged very slowly in Vietnam and all of Asia as a leading, enterprise-ready Framework (CMF). However, this is changing as one Drupalista works hard to grow the regional user base.

How it all started

Tom Tran, a German with Hanoian roots, discovered Drupal in 2008. He was overwhelmed by the technological power and flexibility that makes Drupal such a highly competitive platform, and was amazed by the friendliness and vibrancy of the global community. He realized that introducing the framework and the Drupal community to Vietnam would help local people the opportunity to access the following three benefits:

  • Steady Income: Drupal won’t make you an overnight millionaire, however if you become a Drupal expert and commit to helping clients to achieve their goals, you will never be short of work. Quality Drupal specialists are in huge demand across the world and this demand won’t stop any time soon as Drupal adoption grows.
  • Better Lifestyle: You are free and able to design a work/lifestyle balance on your terms. You can work from home or contribute remotely while traveling, as long as you continue to deliver sustainable value to your client. Many professionals in less developed countries like Vietnam have never imagined this opportunity-- and learning about this lifestyle can be very empowering and inspirational.
  • Cross Cultural Friendships: In spite of national borders and cultural differences, Tom has established fruitful partnerships between his development team from Vietnam and clients from across the globe. Whether clients are based in California, Berlin, Melbourne or Tokyo, his team has successfully collaborated on many projects and often became good friends beyond just project mates. These relationships can only grow thanks to the open Drupal community spirit and the way it connects peoples from all regions and cultures from around the world.

Tom started by organizing a Drupal 7 release party in Hanoi in January 2011. Afterwards, he reached out to Drupal enthusiasts in the region and organized informal coffee sessions, which have contributed to the growth of a solid, cohesive community in Vietnam.

Drupal Vietnam College Tour

With help from a Community Cultivation Grant, Tom put on workshops every three months at Vietnamese universities and colleges in 2012. By showcasing the big brands and institutions using Drupal, a diverse series of use cases demonstrate that the demand for Drupal is high, and that the Drupal industry is a great place to be. A three hour hands-on session walks students through the basics of sitebuilding with Drupal-- and it's at this point that most students get hooked.

March 2012
First ever Drupal Hanoi Conference at VTC Academy, with 120 visitors (facebook gallery)

June 2012
Hello Drupal workshop @ Tech University Danang (gallery)

 

July 2012
Drupal Workshop @ FTP-Aptech (fb gallery, fpt aptech news)

 

September 2012
Drupal Workshop @ NUCE (gallery, Nuce news)

 

November 2012
Drupal Workshop @ FTP University (gallery)

 

December 2012
Drupal Workshop @ Aiti-Aptech (gallery)

 

December 2012
Drupal talk & sponsorship for PHPDay.vn 2012 (local images 2x)

The results was an overall increase in members and growing everyday. Stats in 2014:

What’s next?

Tom is currently planning to organize the first DrupalCamp in Hanoi / Vietnam in late 2014. Today Drupal Vietnam has only roughly 1300 members, (less than LA DUG) but with a growing pool of software engineers graduating each year, this country is set to become a relevant resource of highly skilled developers, provided high quality training is affordable and access to jobs can be facilitated. Things look very bright in Vietnam!

Supporters About

Tom is founder of Geekpolis, a software company with a development center based in Hanoi, Vietnam. Geekpolis focuses on high-quality managed Drupal development services for bigger consultancy agencies. Currently the team is comprised of 25 engineers.

To get involved, contact Tom at:
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Drupal core announcements: Drupal 7.30 release this week to fix regressions in the Drupal 7.29 security release

Planet Drupal - wo, 2014/07/23 - 6:06am
Start:  2014-07-23 (All day) - 2014-07-25 (All day) America/New_York Sprint Organizers:  David_Rothstein

The Drupal 7.29 security release contained a security fix to the File module which caused some regressions in Drupal's file handling, particularly for files or images attached to taxonomy terms.

I am planning to release Drupal 7.30 this week to fix as many of these regressions as possible and allow more sites to upgrade past Drupal 7.28. The release could come as early as today (Wednesday July 23).

However, to do this we need more testing and reviews of the proposed patches to make sure they are solid. Please see #2305017: Regression: Files or images attached to certain core and non-core entities are lost when the entity is edited and saved for more details and for the patches to test, and leave a comment on that issue if you have reviewed or tested them.

Thank you!

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