Probably, each Drupal developer has been there: no good contrib resulted in custom solution (doesn’t matter if it’s a module, a theme or distribution). The problem here is that a lot of drupalista stop there. Let’s contribute After a couple of days, I decided to publish it on drupal.org! 1. Every contribution counts. 2. It's impossible to predict all the use cases. 3. A successful module must integrate with all the most popular Drupal contribs 4. Tests are essential for a happy life.
“While Chicago may never give Silicon Valley a run for its money, digital start-ups no longer have to leave Chicago to survive.”
Building content types is much more powerful with Drupal 8 core: you can define view modes, form modes and many field types like e-mail, entity reference etc have been integrated Full translation capabilities: thanks to #d8mi you don't need a dozen of i18n modules, but Drupal 8 core ships with configuration, content & interface translation WYSIWYG editing functionality is part of core and just works Views in Core: we can create dynamic listings Enhanced block system: we can even reference blocks using entity reference now
Respect the work of others, even if you think there is something with a similar purpose already out there. It's their expression. They are not trying to reinvent the wheel. They are trying to create a better wheel, or a wheel that works better for their purposes.
There will be daytime memberships for businesses, evening memberships for those that want to work on a personal project on a regular basis, weekend warrior memberships for people just getting started and full memberships. Brown says he hopes to attract all types of members. This might be an engineer working on a project for work, an artist building his next piece, a teacher working on their lesson plans or the hobbyist who just wanted to try to build something this weekend.
They’ve “pivoted,” exchanging one set of advantages for a different set. Let me explain. The Walker has long been seen as an important place for contemporary art. They’ve staged groundbreaking exhibitions that have traveled far and wide. They’ve also had a rich programming history. Up until now, on their website and elsewhere, what the Walker was doing was always central and was broadcast outward to spark new conversations about the art and ideas around it. This is the model that most museums follow on the web.
The Community Pool
The Hackerspace - Familab
The Coworking Space - CoLab
Unlike film and television, theater is unfinished until the audience completes the equation. When you enter the theater nothing is guaranteed; you do not really know what is going to happen. How you watch and what you are doing while you watch will have an impact on what is happening on the stage. The potential for a powerful communal experience in the act of coming together is a constant incentive to going to the theater. The audience teams up with one another to have an impact upon the stage and also learns from one another how to watch the play.
There’s a huge diversity of art on a variety of themes. Below is a snapshot of a selection of some entries based on a theme of Food.
The theme I chose for my entry was Thread and Surface, in which I began an exploration, in the sketchbook, of a second in my Books of the Dead series.