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Meet Aquifer: A build system for easier Drupal development | Fourword: The Four Kitchens blog

Thu, 04/07/2016 - 11:17 -- rprice

In an existing Drupal site, execute drush make-generate drupal.make
Create a new Aquifer project.
Copy in that makefile.
At this point, you’ll need to bring in your custom code into the Aquifer directory structure
From there, aquifer build should generate a build directory that looks just like your existing docroot. After testing it thoroughly, you can use Aquifer Git to deploy your project to the existing repo for deployment.

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Meet Aquifer: A build system for easier Drupal development | Fourword: The Four Kitchens blog

Thu, 04/07/2016 - 11:17 -- rprice

In an existing Drupal site, execute drush make-generate drupal.make
Create a new Aquifer project.
Copy in that makefile.
At this point, you’ll need to bring in your custom code into the Aquifer directory structure
From there, aquifer build should generate a build directory that looks just like your existing docroot. After testing it thoroughly, you can use Aquifer Git to deploy your project to the existing repo for deployment.

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drush

Meet Aquifer: A build system for easier Drupal development | Fourword: The Four Kitchens blog

Thu, 04/07/2016 - 11:17 -- rprice

In an existing Drupal site, execute drush make-generate drupal.make
Create a new Aquifer project.
Copy in that makefile.
At this point, you’ll need to bring in your custom code into the Aquifer directory structure
From there, aquifer build should generate a build directory that looks just like your existing docroot. After testing it thoroughly, you can use Aquifer Git to deploy your project to the existing repo for deployment.

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State of Drupal 2016 survey | Dries Buytaert

Wed, 04/06/2016 - 19:08 -- rprice

I've been writing a lot about what I believe is important for the future of Drupal, but now it is your turn. After every major release of Drupal I do a "product management survey" to get your ideas and data on what to focus on for future releases of Drupal (8.x/9).

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drupalcon

State of Drupal 2016 survey | Dries Buytaert

Wed, 04/06/2016 - 19:08 -- rprice

I've been writing a lot about what I believe is important for the future of Drupal, but now it is your turn. After every major release of Drupal I do a "product management survey" to get your ideas and data on what to focus on for future releases of Drupal (8.x/9).

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drupalcon

State of Drupal 2016 survey | Dries Buytaert

Wed, 04/06/2016 - 19:08 -- rprice

I've been writing a lot about what I believe is important for the future of Drupal, but now it is your turn. After every major release of Drupal I do a "product management survey" to get your ideas and data on what to focus on for future releases of Drupal (8.x/9).

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Improving Drupal's content workflow | Dries Buytaert

Wed, 04/06/2016 - 10:23 -- rprice

Drupal 8.0 core packed many great improvements, but we didn't focus much on advancing Drupal's content workflow capabilities. As we think about Drupal 8.x and beyond, it might be good to move some of our focus to features like content staging, better audit-ability, off-line support, full-site preview, and more. If you are a content manager, I'd love to hear what you think about better supporting some or all of these use cases. And if you are a developer, I encourage you to take a look at these modules, try them out and let us know what you think.

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drupaleasypodcast

Improving Drupal's content workflow | Dries Buytaert

Wed, 04/06/2016 - 10:23 -- rprice

Drupal 8.0 core packed many great improvements, but we didn't focus much on advancing Drupal's content workflow capabilities. As we think about Drupal 8.x and beyond, it might be good to move some of our focus to features like content staging, better audit-ability, off-line support, full-site preview, and more. If you are a content manager, I'd love to hear what you think about better supporting some or all of these use cases. And if you are a developer, I encourage you to take a look at these modules, try them out and let us know what you think.

deployment
drupaleasypodcast

Improving Drupal's content workflow | Dries Buytaert

Wed, 04/06/2016 - 10:23 -- rprice

Drupal 8.0 core packed many great improvements, but we didn't focus much on advancing Drupal's content workflow capabilities. As we think about Drupal 8.x and beyond, it might be good to move some of our focus to features like content staging, better audit-ability, off-line support, full-site preview, and more. If you are a content manager, I'd love to hear what you think about better supporting some or all of these use cases. And if you are a developer, I encourage you to take a look at these modules, try them out and let us know what you think.

deployment
drupaleasypodcast

Learn to Program with Minecraft | No Starch Press

Fri, 04/01/2016 - 19:50 -- rprice

Take you on an automated teleportation tour around your Minecraft world
Build massive monuments, pyramids, forests, and more in a snap!
Make secret passageways that open when you activate a hidden switch
Create a spooky ghost town that vanishes and reappears elsewhere
Show exactly where to dig for rare blocks
Cast a spell so that a cascade of flowers (or dynamite if you’re daring!) follows your every move
Make mischief with dastardly lava traps and watery curses that cause huge floods

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