Welcome to the blog. We talk about everything we do here, upcoming events, and a million other things.
One of our clients asked us how to structure their SVN repository, and it occurred to me that I haven't read anything about this online for Drupal-based projects, so I thought I'd blog it and see if we can get a dialogue going on best practices for larger projects.
WorkHabit will be attending the Jive Software Bay Area User Group / Clearspace 2.x dinner launch on May 20, 2008 at the VMWare campus.
There is a lot of noise in the marketplace these days about Enterprise 2.0 and online communities. What I have been finding is that very few people or companie are attempting to answer the question "Why build an online community at ALL?"
We're working hard to find a new office in Sacramento, as we've already outgrown our 1300 SQ foot office (6 months!). If you know someone, or have an idea of where we can find great new digs in downtown Sacramento, I'd love some help.
I just had an interesting question posed to me. Say you have a site that needs the usual generic http auth stuff. But say you have a few directories that you don't want to require credentials for. And pretend you can't use .htaccess.
This morning's news rocked the WorkHabit staff, and I've spent the day trying to figure out what to write, and where to post it. We decided to post this up in our blog, and tag it so it gets picked up by Drupal Planet, as this really is Drupal news.
EHLO lolucanhazspam happening too often for your tastes?
Have Postfix respond with, "u sent me spam, but i ated it":
I read an interesting article called "Why Flash is Mostly Bad". Since I began designing in flash years ago, I've become pretty familiar with the major pitfalls associated with designing in Flash.
While working on the Autopilot system, I choose to use the php_ssh2 library, which uses the libssh2 library to issue/implement ssh commands. With this module loaded (http://www.php.net/ssh2), one can act as an SSH2 client in php!
Hey all, after our talk in Barcelona (video soon) on Autopilot there is a lot of interest. The version we demo'd will be released approximately a week after the conference, as soon as we can attach the new ui we developed in barcelona with the updated codebase.
I wrote a very long email for a client bid recently, and it got me thinking a great deal about how agile software and Drupal work together. I know this is a technology tirade, which I'm against, but I was doing a lot of deep thinking on the subject and this client got the (assumedly) benefit. It's actually somewhat undiscussed, but Drupal's object-based (module-based, whatever) approach maps directly into Agile software development quite nicely.
So I wrote down a few thoughts for managers of projects that might provide some ideas about what corporate managers face, and what kinds of concerns members of the corporate Drupal community are facing on a day-to-day basis. It's somewhat interesting to me, and as usual, I'm very interested in your feedback.