In this Drupalize.Me interview, we talk with Jeanne Cost, project manager at Fuse IQ, based in Seattle, Washington. This interview is part of an ongoing series where we talk with a variety of people in the Drupal community about the work they do. Each interview focuses on a particular Drupal role and this interview with Jeanne focuses on the project manager role.
It's been a while since the last Drupal 8 Core Update, and many exciting things have happened: most significantly, Drupal 8.0's first release candidate was released! As Campbell Vertesi points out, this isn't the final release: "while Drupal 8.0 is stable enough to use, we're still discovering critical bugs a little to frequently to recommend it for everyone, in every use case." But, now that Drupal 8 is in the release candidate phase, our goal is to move it to release as quickly as possible, so we're going to be a lot more careful about the patches we commit to it.
Today, I am talking about a person who has uid =1 on drupal.org website, the person who is creator of Drupal and known as father of Drupal, the person who is behind one out of each 35 websites. Yes, I am talking about "Dries Buytaert".
2015-10-21 (All day) America/New_York
The monthly security release window for Drupal 6 and Drupal 7 core will take place on Wednesday, October 21.
A little over a year ago the ActiveLAMP website has undergone a major change –
we made the huge decision of moving away
from using Drupal to manage its content in favor of building it as a static HTML site using
Jekyll, hosted on Amazon S3. Not only did this extremely simplify our development stack, it also trimmed down our
server requirements to the very bare minimum. Now, we are just hosting everything on a file storage server like it’s 1993.