Sorry, the Rainbow Name Generator is no more.
I'll be heading out to Denver to give a Sunday keynote at DrupalCamp Colorado.
On Monday, I will fly out for DrupalCON Portland. This will be my 14th (!) DrupalCON, dating back to 2006.
Back in July 2012, I wrote about Aaron Winborn's diagnosis with ALS. To encourage donations to his special needs trust, I and the other co-authors of Drupal 7 Module Development pledged to donate quarter 3 and quarter 4 royalties to the trust.
Back in July I wrote about Aaron Winborn's diagnosis with ALS. To encourage donations to his special needs trust, I and the other co-authors of Drupal 7 Module Development pledged to donate quarter 3 and quarter 4 royalties to the trust.
I'm packing up to get on a plane for Munich -- for the second time in the last year, in fact. Really anticipating a great week. Munich is a great city, and Drupal events are full of great people.
Aaron Winborn is a longtime Drupal contributor and friend to the community. Since his diagnosis with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Aaron has been trying to enjoy time with his family, to remain productive in his work and to live as normal a life as possible.
I'll be going on a bit of a tour later this year. Starting to fill my schedule with DrupalCamps.
For those of you using Domain Access, you'll recognize the problem: You need domain-specific settings.
I see that voting for sessions is coming up fast (on 16th Feb). I actually submitted my two solo talks early, at the request of the organizers.
I was at DrupalCamp Stockholm, having a great time with our hosts and the other international guests. But there was tension in the air. The chairs of the DrupalCon 2010 bids from Berlin and Copenhagen were both present, and things started to get a little heated. To break the tension, we started talking about DrupalCON San Francisco instead.
I'll be a part of Acquia's "Playing Nicely with Others: Integrating Drupal with Third-Party Data" this Thursday, December 3, 2009 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST.
At long last, I have gotten around to upgrading the site. I moved from Drupal 5 to Drupal 6. And at the same time, I consolidated my old WordPress 2.8.x blog into the Drupal 6 architecture.
Well, on Friday, I ran across a tweet by @djay75, which I will repost here.
I held a webinar on Oct 21for One World, discussing Drupal and non-profits, with an emphasis on new features in Drupal 7. http://bit.ly/3wQVxc
Links from Day one of PubCamp.
I noted the other day that I'm off for PublicMedia Camp this weekend. I'm excited about the event, and my trip is generously sponsored by the folks at PBS Engage. While there, I hope to help with some of the technical brainstorming sessions (and maybe a little bit of strategy, too).
When I was at DrupalCamp Atlanta two weeks ago, I spent some time talking to Ben Finklea, CEO of SEO firm Volacci. Ben was in town to present on Drupal and SEO marketing (naturally). After the con, his office contacted me and asked if I would review Ben's new book, Drupal 6 Search Engine Optimization
So I received this email the other day: