I gave a talk a couple of years ago called Tools for Talking.
I'm preparing a new talk, which, in some ways, is a sequel to this one. As part of that prep, I thought it might be useful to write some short summaries of each of the tools outlined here, with links to resources on them.
Join 'em, support 'em, donate, promote... whatever. They all do good work. Really good work. And we should all support them as much as we can. Help me, help them, by following them, amplifying their voices, donating or even better?Joining them! And if all you've got is gratitude for the work they do, then drop 'em a line and just say a simple thank you :)
I wanted to remind you
of some very basic stuff
The type of thing you may forget
when dev work's getting tough
It is, just a simple thing
That many a mind perplexed
So how many of you
Know what's coming next?
If your custom content field
in your new created node
has a blank bit in the space
for a radio button to load
or your rules on field has value
doesn't show the said conditions
then the answer is the same
Go check your role permissions
We've got a great line-up of candidates to choose from this year in the Drupal Association board election. It's a really tough choice.
But reading through the candidates statements it seems many of them seem to think that being on the board of the association somehow influences the project directly. It doesn't.
The board governs the association. It doesn't govern Drupal.
The Association doesn't govern Drupal either.
Back in the day, many people had a job for life. Today, the average number of jobs a person might have in their lifetime is six. In future, trends suggest we'll have 6 jobs at once.
I resemble that remark. This year I've found myself saying I have 5 jobs. 1 for each day of the week.
Mainly, I run my own business, Creative Contingencies, and have done so since 1997. But I'm also