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Lullabot: Deane Barker and the Art of Content Management

Posted on Friday, May 29th, 2015 by drupalroot

Jeff talks to Deane Barker of Blend Interactive about the art and practice of content management, the joy of solving complicated problems, and his upcoming O'Reilly book Web Content Management.

Trellon.com: How Drupal.org is lowering the barrier to become a module maintainer

Posted on Friday, May 29th, 2015 by drupalroot

Before anything else, I want to point out that while this post will focus on maintaining a contrib module on drupal.org, that is just one of the many ways to contribute to the Drupal project. Every contribution is important whether it's a core patch, a documentation edit, a translation, or something else. If you use Drupal, please consider how you might be able to give back to the community. If you're already contributing, then thank you!

Acquia: Drupal replaces in-house CMS at Digital Agency - meet John Doyle

Posted on Friday, May 29th, 2015 by drupalroot

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In April 2015, I was excited to talk with John Doyle, General Manager Technology & Solutions Architecture at the Australian full-service digital agency Komosion, to explore their decision to adopt Drupal to replace other technologies, including an in-house CMS they'd invested 10 years of work in. In this podcast, John very clearly lays out what Komosion's priorities were in making this decision, the benefits for the agency and its clients, and the future he sees using Drupal as the basis for future work.

Drupal core announcements: Recording from May 29th 2015 Drupal 8 critical issues discussion

Posted on Friday, May 29th, 2015 by drupalroot

It came up multiple times at recent events that it would be very helpful for people significantly working on Drupal 8 critical issues to get together more often to talk about the issues and unblock each other on things where discussion is needed. While these do not by any means replace the issue queue discussions (much like in-person meetings at events are not), they do help to unblock things much more quickly. We also don't believe that the number of or the concrete people working on critical issues should be limited, so we did not want to keep the discussions closed. Here is the recording of the first meeting from today in the hope that it helps more than just those who were on the meeting:

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