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POSTED 9/19/2007 by Jonathan Lambert

I'm sitting in the Internationalization talk (Multilingual Drupal (201 - sd)) first session here in Barcelona, Spain.

POSTED 9/14/2007 by Aaron Stewart

I've put in my first session for Bay Area Drupal Camp.

POSTED 9/12/2007 by Aaron Stewart

During our forays into drupal development, we needed to redirect our node submission after it had been saved to a custom page depending on where the user came from.

POSTED 9/4/2007 by Jonathan Lambert

It's going to be an insanely busy month for us this month, and I wanted to let everyone know where we'll be in the hopes that you'll be there too.

POSTED 8/23/2007 by Jonathan Lambert

I didn't even realize that one of my favorite panel discussions on Enterprise Drupal is on Google Video

POSTED 8/20/2007 by Aaron Stewart

Following up on our original AutoPilot announcement, we're pleased to announce that we have just released a development snapshot of AutoPilot on drupal.org.

POSTED 8/19/2007 by Gary Gogick

Internet security is like urinating to windward. No matter what we do, we're never going to stop users from using a certain web browser, a certain mail client, a certain operating system, and opening every .exe or suspicious file that gets sent to them. That shouldn't stop our efforts, though.

POSTED 8/14/2007 by Jonathan Lambert

We're working to package up Drupal as a standalone Drupal installation that's turn key on a virtual server. We already do something similar for our hosted services (we run dozens of servers full of Drupal XEN-based VPS on our infrastructure).

POSTED 8/9/2007 by Gary Gogick

So a funny thing happened to me on the way to the office this morning. I tripped over a cat and spilled my coffee everywhere. Hey, I laughed.

POSTED 7/25/2007 by Jonathan Lambert

In the quickly lengthening history of the technology market, no strategy has been more pervasive among corporate management than the discount of original business ideas. I've heard a ton of variations on the theme, depending on which management guru you talk to, and which era you tune in on.

POSTED 7/24/2007 by Aaron Stewart
Not that I'm one to say "I told you so," but in a rather abrupt fashion today 365 Main suffered a critical power outage that affected a fair number of their colo customers.
POSTED 7/16/2007 by Aaron Stewart

In a conversation with Jonathan today, I had mentioned Yahoo's impending discontinuation of Yahoo Photos in favor of Flickr. I began to wonder what would happen when the first Software as a Service loses its customer data.

Note that i say "when," not "if."

POSTED 7/12/2007 by Gary Gogick

(The following takes place between 4:40 AM and 4:50 AM on Thursday, July 12th, 2007. Cool digital clock noises.)

rpmdb: Lock table is out of available locker entries

POSTED 7/4/2007 by Jonathan Lambert

We just noticed that a favorite inspirational site, Smashing Magazine, has listed this site as an "inspirational site," a hi

POSTED 6/15/2007 by Aaron Stewart

All because MySQL-Max isn't included in Centos 5, we've resorted to downloading the "generic" RPMs off of MySQL's site directly. And lo and behold, the following message shows up during an RPM install:

POSTED 6/12/2007 by Jonathan Lambert
Change management and Drupal

For those of you that read the enterprise article I posted recently, or attended the OSCMS Conference at Yahoo, you're probably familiar with the needs of corporate customers. Or at least the needs as I see it.

POSTED 6/12/2007 by Jonathan Lambert
How do you find out what kind of hosting the need for your Drupal based website?
POSTED 6/12/2007 by Jonathan Lambert

Somebody recently asked me whether I thought Drupal was a good platform for a/b Marketing. Since Drupal is such good platform for search engine optimization, many people automatically assume that Drupal is very good for doing marketing campaigns.

POSTED 6/6/2007 by Aaron Stewart

I submitted another patch today to allow users to override default database connection error handling.