Funny thing happened with Drupal 7.50, errors started appearing that I had no clue about. It started telling me about modules not being where they were supposed to be and about a utf-8 not being enabled.
One of the errors received was:
I have been a bit distracted the last couple of months. As they say, "time flies when you're having fun," and that has been the case for me. I have been to busy with things to remember to come back here and write about my experiences. I have had the distiction of starting my first colaborative Drupal project during the last month and a half.
I just finished getting a quick'n'dirty intro to Features. I found these on YouTube.com. I have found a great many free video tutorials on YouTube. They are as follows:
Yes, I know it's been a while. I can now say I'm a professional Drupaler now. I'm working with a guy I met at the Fox Valley Meetup. I'm doing a lot of PC/Server?Networking for him as well as some Drupal so I am now paid to do Drupal.
In my previous post i mentioned taking notes on how I'm building my new LNMP stack to support my Drupal 8 sites. Below are those notes. I noted the commands used as well as a few links to get more info for some of the functionality.
# After installing Debian 8.3
# Update Repository
Over the last couple of weeks I have started playing with Drupal 8. So far it's been a pleasant experience (surprisingly) though originally I had issues with getting it installed. I tried using drush dl but it would not work (when used it would only download the latest version of Drupal 7). Turns out Drush 6 (the version I was currently at) does not support Drupal 8.
Yes, it's been 6 months since I last posted. It is not that I haven't been doing anything Drupal, or have given up n learning, or just decided to stop writing. It's because I have a tendency to get "tunnel vision" and when that happens time slips away from me. I will try to do a recap over the trial and tribulations have had with regard to Drupal.
OpenFolio is a distribution I first tried out about 18 months ago. I wanted to share a lot of pictures I was taking at events so I took a look at what Drupal had to offer. OpenFolio is a package dedicated to displaying photos so I tried it out.
I had every intention to begin reporting on my experiences during MidCamp but not long after returning to "normal" that things got busy again (with Drupal). I am on my class reunion committee where I also maintain the website (http://ProvisoEast72.org, which I have been happy to do pro-bono for the experience) a
I just finished spending the weekend at a Drupal Conference. I attended Drupal MidCamp that started on Thursday March 19 and finished on Sunday March 22. I had a great time and I was definately needing the comradery and the exposure that I received at camp.