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Jim Birch: Googlebot cannot access CSS and JS on your Drupal site

Posted on Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 by drupalroot

Lego Uncle Jim at the Cape

There was a time when search engine bots would come to your site, index the words on the page, and continue on.  Those days are long past.  Earlier this year, we witnessed Google's ability to determine if our sites were mobile or not.  Now, the evolution of the Googlebot continues.

I would say that it was not uncommon for web developers to receive at least a few emails from Google Search Console today.

Midwestern Mac, LLC: Nginx Load Balancer Visualization on a Raspberry Pi Cluster

Posted on Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 by drupalroot

After some more tinkering with the Raspberry Pi Dramble (a cluster of 6 Raspberry Pis used to demonstrate Drupal 8 deployments using Ansible), I finally was able to get the RGB LEDs to react to Nginx accesses—meaning every time a request is received by Nginx, the LED toggles to red momentarily.

Mediacurrent: Mediacurrent Dropcast: Episode 8

Posted on Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 by drupalroot

This episode we welcome Shellie Hutchens, Mediacurrent’s Marketing Director, to talk about upcoming webinars and and the fact that Mediacurrent is hiring. Ryan picked Stage File Proxy as the Module of the Now. We discuss our first non-drupal article from Four Kitchens about Saucier (pronunciation TBD). Mark stumbles through some D8 News and of course we finish off with some great conversation during Ryan’s Final Bell.

Drupal Association News: Drupal Association Board Meeting: July 22, 2015

Posted on Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 by drupalroot

Here we go again! It's your monthly summary of all things board meeting at the Drupal Association. This month we covered board governenance (there's a seat opening up), the D8 Accelerate Campaign, and the Association strategic frame. Plus, as a bonus, the board approved the Q2 financials for publication. As always, if you want to catch up on all the details, you can find everything you need to know about the meeting online, including minutes, materials, and a recording. If you're just here for a summary view, read on!


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