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From the meaningless numbers are fun ... Druplicon likes to congratulate user firstname.lastname@example.org for posting the 150,000th node on Drupal.org! Five days ago, user ineffable from Canada got to be user 150,000. Congratulations to both of you, your Drupal addiction kit is in the mail...
Reluctantly, I had to miss OSCMS 2007 because of a silly illness. So, I am slowly catching up with some presentations that I would have loved to attend ...(Yes, 2 months later, I know ...)So, one presentation is Moshe Weitzman's Drupal: a retrospective. An lo and behold in it is Steven Wittens' famous: "please, don’t hesitate to stick your head in a microwave oven, and grill until satisfied" ...
A while ago, I came across Morten Wulff's Drupal-on-a-stick page. A few days ago, Matt Cheney posted instructions for getting Drupal on a keychain using Ubuntu. Of course, these require a PC to run.
Somehow, I stumbled on this old article on the Adsense module for Drupal. The reviewer was skeptical at first, and preferred adding the code directly in blocks. He was pleasantly surprised by the ease and configurability of the Adsense module. The Adsense module itself can be downloaded from Drupal.org.
As we all know, PHP is tied to the Zend Engine, which is the heart of PHP. Zend has other products that interface with the Zend Engine, such as the Zend optimizer.
Here are some notes on Drupal Camp Toronto 2007, held on 11 and 12 May.
The event was held at the Bahen Centre at the University of Toronto downtown campus. The rooms booked were the right size and accommodated all the attendees.
Although 152 people registered, I am not sure if they all attended. I noticed that Angela Byron (from Montreal) and Boris Mann (Vancouver) did not attend.
People from as far away as Cleveland Ohio, New York/New Jersey and even Chicago.
Andrew Stevenson did a 5 minute Speed Talk at Drupal Camp Toronto.Earlier, he was in one of the sessions I gave (Building communities using the Userpoints module and API). During that session, he was doodling, and the result was a portrait of yours truly.
Yes, indeed.Robert Douglass was in Drupal Camp Toronto 07, and here is the photo to prove it. He is even moonlighting with 2bits (Don't tell Lullabot!)
At Drupal Camp Toronto 07, I saw Emma Hogbin knitting Drupal socks for James Walker.Emma with the socks in progress. Closeup of the socks.
Below is a list of recent modules that duplicate/overlap other existing modules.Can you guess which module(s) each one of these duplicate/overlap?In order to make it easy I included links to the project page for each.
OnStep is a full featured telescope controller. A low cost controller based on the STM32 Blue Pill was created by myself. You can order kits for building your own, as well as a Smart Hand Controller.
More info can be found here:
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