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ThinkDrop Consulting: Bats of a Feather: HubDrop, DevShop, & Aegir at DrupalCon Austin

Planet Drupal - Tue, 2014-06-03 02:48

I'm on the plane headed to my 4th DrupalCon, and this one is looking like a good time.  

So much is happening this year. Drupal 8 is getting closer and closer to release, more and more Drupal businesses and services are being launched, and we continue to develop our Drupal products.

While my session on DevShop wasn't accepted, I am personally involved in a lot of BoF sessions this year.

Drupal.org & GitHub, Living in Harmony: HubDrop.io

On Tuesday, I'll be discussing the future of Drupal.org and GitHub integration via HubDrop.io, our git-mirror-as-a-service.  If you are interested in moving your module development to GitHub, but want to keep the code going to drupal.org to keep integrated with it's release system, than HubDrop is for you.  

We will chat about what HubDrop is, what it will be in the future, and we'll fan the long-running flamewar over whether drupal code hosting should just move to GitHub.

Room 10A (Ashday), 3rd floor.  Tuesday - 5:00 to 6:00

The Great Multisite Debate

This BoF session was spawned by what I thought was a simple question posted on Twitter:

Hey @getpantheon and @acquia_support: True or False? You're #drupal multisite-ish offerings support site specific modules/themes/etc.

— Jon Pugh (@jonpugh) May 16, 2014

After a flurry of replies, Jakub Suchy from Acquia suggested to continue the conversation as a DrupalCon BoF.

Apparently I touched on a controversial subject!  

Multisite is a powerful (some would say dangerously so) feature of Drupal that let's you host many sites pointed at a single codebase on a server, and the Drupal hosting as a service companies out there are starting to offer multisite and multisite-like services.  

Aegir is built on the concept of multisite, but it's not a requirement to use it.  

During a temporary lapse in judgement, I offered to moderate this throwdown, so wish me luck.

Expect to see representatives from the Aegir project, Pantheon, Acquia, and more.  It's bound to be a spirited debate!

Room 8A - JustDigital | 3rd floor.  Thursday · 10:45-11:45

Aegir Hosting Project

Now that I've been invited to become a maintainer of the Aegir project, Christopher Gervais (the aegir lead) has invited me to join him at the Birds of a Feather session.

Come see what's new in Aegir 3, chat with other aegir users, and talk about what might be in store for the future.

Room 8B - Unicon | 3rd floor. Thursday · 02:15-03:15

Future of DevShop, Aegir, & Open Cloud Software

As an alternative to my session on DevShop, I've scheduled a BoF on the future of DevShop.  I'd like to have a conversation about what people are interested and where things could go from here.  

As the year progresses I plan on releasing more tools for Aegir & DevShop for cloud management. 

If you haven't heard of DevShop yet, go read my session proposal: DevShop: Drupal DevOps in a Box
https://austin2014.drupal.org/session/devshop-drupal-devops-box

Bats of a Feather

So the BoFs are certainly where it is at this year.  I hope to see you there.  Please don't be afraid to get in touch if you'd like to meetup beyond the BoFs!

http://twitter.com/jonpugh

http://thinkdrop.net/contact

 

 

 

 

Tags: Planet DrupalDrupalCon

ThinkDrop Consulting: Bats of a Feather: HubDrop, DevShop, & Aegir at DrupalCon Austin

Feeds from Drupal.org - Tue, 2014-06-03 02:48

I'm on the plane headed to my 4th DrupalCon, and this one is looking like a good time.  

So much is happening this year. Drupal 8 is getting closer and closer to release, more and more Drupal businesses and services are being launched, and we continue to develop our Drupal products.

While my session on DevShop wasn't accepted, I am personally involved in a lot of BoF sessions this year.

Drupal.org & GitHub, Living in Harmony: HubDrop.io

On Tuesday, I'll be discussing the future of Drupal.org and GitHub integration via HubDrop.io, our git-mirror-as-a-service.  If you are interested in moving your module development to GitHub, but want to keep the code going to drupal.org to keep integrated with it's release system, than HubDrop is for you.  

We will chat about what HubDrop is, what it will be in the future, and we'll fan the long-running flamewar over whether drupal code hosting should just move to GitHub.

Room 10A (Ashday), 3rd floor.  Tuesday - 5:00 to 6:00

The Great Multisite Debate

This BoF session was spawned by what I thought was a simple question posted on Twitter:

Hey @getpantheon and @acquia_support: True or False? You're #drupal multisite-ish offerings support site specific modules/themes/etc.

— Jon Pugh (@jonpugh) May 16, 2014

After a flurry of replies, Jakub Suchy from Acquia suggested to continue the conversation as a DrupalCon BoF.

Apparently I touched on a controversial subject!  

Multisite is a powerful (some would say dangerously so) feature of Drupal that let's you host many sites pointed at a single codebase on a server, and the Drupal hosting as a service companies out there are starting to offer multisite and multisite-like services.  

Aegir is built on the concept of multisite, but it's not a requirement to use it.  

During a temporary lapse in judgement, I offered to moderate this throwdown, so wish me luck.

Expect to see representatives from the Aegir project, Pantheon, Acquia, and more.  It's bound to be a spirited debate!

Room 8A - JustDigital | 3rd floor.  Thursday · 10:45-11:45

Aegir Hosting Project

Now that I've been invited to become a maintainer of the Aegir project, Christopher Gervais (the aegir lead) has invited me to join him at the Birds of a Feather session.

Come see what's new in Aegir 3, chat with other aegir users, and talk about what might be in store for the future.

Room 8B - Unicon | 3rd floor. Thursday · 02:15-03:15

Future of DevShop, Aegir, & Open Cloud Software

As an alternative to my session on DevShop, I've scheduled a BoF on the future of DevShop.  I'd like to have a conversation about what people are interested and where things could go from here.  

As the year progresses I plan on releasing more tools for Aegir & DevShop for cloud management. 

If you haven't heard of DevShop yet, go read my session proposal: DevShop: Drupal DevOps in a Box
https://austin2014.drupal.org/session/devshop-drupal-devops-box

Bats of a Feather

So the BoFs are certainly where it is at this year.  I hope to see you there.  Please don't be afraid to get in touch if you'd like to meetup beyond the BoFs!

http://twitter.com/jonpugh

http://thinkdrop.net/contact

 

 

 

 

Tags: Planet DrupalDrupalCon
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Exaltation of Larks: Using HSTS for Better Security — and a Better Developer Experience

Planet Drupal - Mon, 2014-06-02 22:45

You’ve probably come across this situation before. When visiting a certain site, you see a browser warning that the website is using mixed content — both HTTP and HTTPS together.

Avoiding mixed content is nothing new to some web developers, but read on if you’re looking for a quick fix to prevent both mixed content warnings and CSRF attacks, which are the underlying reason why browsers have those warnings in the first place.

Introducing HSTS

read more

Exaltation of Larks: Using HSTS for Better Security — and a Better Developer Experience

Feeds from Drupal.org - Mon, 2014-06-02 22:45

You’ve probably come across this situation before. When visiting a certain site, you see a browser warning that the website is using mixed content — both HTTP and HTTPS together.

Avoiding mixed content is nothing new to some web developers, but read on if you’re looking for a quick fix to prevent both mixed content warnings and CSRF attacks, which are the underlying reason why browsers have those warnings in the first place.

Introducing HSTS

read more

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Cameron Eagans: Introducing estmt.me

Planet Drupal - Mon, 2014-06-02 22:10

For somebody working in a development agency, estimation is a critical part of the job. Different companies handle this process differently, and the method can be anything from a wild guess ("That'll cost around $n") to a very methodic approach.

Cameron Eagans: Introducing estmt.me

Feeds from Drupal.org - Mon, 2014-06-02 22:10

For somebody working in a development agency, estimation is a critical part of the job. Different companies handle this process differently, and the method can be anything from a wild guess ("That'll cost around $n") to a very methodic approach.

Categories: Straight From Drupal

Mogdesign: 3 quick reasons why supporting #d8rules is important for Drupal future

Planet Drupal - Mon, 2014-06-02 21:05
1) Turning point in embracing crowdfunding

Mogdesign: 3 quick reasons why supporting #d8rules is important for Drupal future

Feeds from Drupal.org - Mon, 2014-06-02 21:05
1) Turning point in embracing crowdfunding
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DrupalCon Austin News: DrupalCon North America Kicks Off in Austin

Planet Drupal - Mon, 2014-06-02 18:20

DrupalCon Austin 2014 kicks off today in Austin, Texas, at the Austin Convention Center. More than 3,300 people are expected to attend the event, which offers educational and networking opportunities for the mix of developers, designers, IT managers, agencies and Fortune 500 companies that make up the Drupal community.

DrupalCon Austin News: DrupalCon North America Kicks Off in Austin

Feeds from Drupal.org - Mon, 2014-06-02 18:20

DrupalCon Austin 2014 kicks off today in Austin, Texas, at the Austin Convention Center. More than 3,300 people are expected to attend the event, which offers educational and networking opportunities for the mix of developers, designers, IT managers, agencies and Fortune 500 companies that make up the Drupal community.

Categories: Straight From Drupal

CIAgenda

Drupal showcase com - Mon, 2014-06-02 17:09
Site Description: 

Phil Winters is a speaker and thought leader in the field of customer centricity. His website, CIAgenda.com, is a repository for information and ideas that are broadcast across many channels, and to many people.

Site Designer: 

DRI - Discovery/Reinvention/Integration/

Site Developer: 

DRI - Discovery/Reinvention/Integration/

Site URL: http://www.ciagenda.comVersion of Drupal: Drupal 7Site Type: 04Industry: Consulting ServicesCountry: GermanyCategories: BusinessConsulting Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5Cancel rating No votes yet
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Blink Reaction: What Symfony Components are Going into Drupal 8?

Planet Drupal - Mon, 2014-06-02 16:28

In the first post of this series, we looked at why Symfony is being included in Drupal 8, and what that means for longtime Drupal developers. Now that we've considered the implications, just what is getting incorporated into Drupal?

Drupal is not using Symfony as a full stack framework. Rather, it is taking advantage of specific components. This post is essentially a list of these components with a link and a brief description for each.

Blink Reaction: What Symfony Components are Going into Drupal 8?

Feeds from Drupal.org - Mon, 2014-06-02 16:28

In the first post of this series, we looked at why Symfony is being included in Drupal 8, and what that means for longtime Drupal developers. Now that we've considered the implications, just what is getting incorporated into Drupal?

Drupal is not using Symfony as a full stack framework. Rather, it is taking advantage of specific components. This post is essentially a list of these components with a link and a brief description for each.

Categories: Straight From Drupal

Chronopost Portugal

Drupal showcase com - Mon, 2014-06-02 16:06
Site Description: 

Chronopost International partners with businesses that want to benefit from the express delivery of goods throughout the Portuguese territory and in more than 230 countries. To connect with their customers online, they rely on a Drupal based website that works as an institutional portal and a selfcare application.

Site Designer: 

DRI - Discovery/Reinvention/Integration/

Site Developer: 

DRI - Discovery/Reinvention/Integration/

Site URL: http://www.chronopost.pt/Version of Drupal: Drupal 6Site Type: 459Industry: OtherCountry: PortugalCategories: BusinessScreenshot Thumbnail: Chronopost Portugal Homepage Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5Cancel rating No votes yet
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Aldeias do Xisto

Drupal showcase com - Mon, 2014-06-02 15:57
Site Description: 

Aldeias do Xisto is a sustainable development, regional scope project, to promote a coordinated development of a specific part of Inland Portugal, and fight against the human desert and oblivion. This website is much more than pictures of beautiful places. It allows for interaction between locals and visitors and serves as an online store for several delicacies, as well as a place where incoming tourists can plan what to do in their stay.

Site Designer: 

DRI - Discovery/Reinvention/Integration/

Site Developer: 

DRI - Discovery/Reinvention/Integration/

Site URL: http://www.aldeiasdoxisto.ptVersion of Drupal: Drupal 7Site Type: 34Industry: TravelCountry: PortugalCategories: OutdoorTravel & TourismScreenshot Thumbnail: Aldeias do Xisto Homepage Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5Cancel rating No votes yet
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