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"Remaking worker representation" slide in front of full small auditorium

Putting Powerful Platforms under Cooperative Control

Several hundred people gathered to talk about the problems of an online economy reliant on monopoly, extraction, and surveillance—and discuss how to build a "cooperative Internet, built of platforms owned and governed by the people who rely on them."

Indie Web Camp

Marking up Drupal's Blog Posts for the IndieWeb

A brief introduction into the IndieWeb movement and steps to bring your site and blog onto the independent social web, with code for Drupal 7.

Disposable Drupal Installations with Drush

You can easily create a disposable Drupal installation with a few drush commands.

Using Migrations to Provide Default Content

Using Migrate and JSON files we can supply default content as a way to immediately see how the layout will deal with it.

Performant Bulk-Redirection with Apache RewriteMap

Redirect users from an old path to a new path using a handy directive offered in Apache's mod_rewrite called RewriteMap.

Screenshot of Drupal views results.

Altering Views' Results

Override a Drupal Views' result with hook_views_pre_render().

Migrate HTML the Easy Way in Drupal 7

How to migrate HTML into a Drupal 7 site.

Code-driven development

Reading about development being code-driven on a software developer's blog is a bit surprising, isn't it? As if development was not all about writing code in this industry. Yet some developers use the term to distinguish their method of building web sites with Drupal.

Crowdfunding Drupal: If you won't put a dollar in the pot, say why not!

Would you give $20 for that feature/fix/documentation you've always wanted in a module/theme/distribution?

DrupalCon Denver Ticket Contest: What's Your Best Use of the Definitive Guide to Drupal 7 so far?

Thanks to Tony Groff, Agaric has a ticket to DrupalCon Denver to give away to a reader of the Definitive Guide to Drupal 7 who sends in a story (or picture!) of a favorite use of the 1,110 page book— today!