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POSTED 12/7/2008 by

If you haven't tried to do video online, you'd be surprised at how difficult it is. There's a large number of formats out there, and often your source video isn't appropriate for displaying on a web page.

POSTED 12/7/2008 by
A few questions arose about how to use the Drupal Amazon EC2 AMI we released in August. We added some screenshots to the page to help show how to configure it and clarified the instructions a bit.
POSTED 12/3/2008 by Nick Russell

I was just encountered with the need to have a multi-site drupal install which utilized a specific theme for each site. In a lot of cases, multi-sites are set up on one drupal install, but utilize individual databases for each site.

POSTED 12/2/2008 by Nick Russell
It has been talked a lot that people are experiencing issues with their user's sessions on their drupal sites in Safari. Most experience the same issue: A user logs in, tries to create content and are kicked / logged out and taken to the homepage
POSTED 12/2/2008 by

Workhabit customer YourSphere was featured recently in a case study on Drupal.org.

POSTED 11/19/2008 by
Information Week has an article that looks at [how success has been achieved by Drupal](http://www.informationweek.com/news/software/open_source/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=212002359) and Alfresco by integrating social and collaboration features into the products.
POSTED 11/6/2008 by
Deane Barker at Gadgetopia asked about how to access the content access APIs for different CMSs. He emailed me to find out if I might be able provide an example for Drupal.
POSTED 9/14/2008 by
My session on Amazon AWS & Drupal at DrupalCampLA. We're walking out the door at DrupalCamp, so I'll get more details up shortly.
POSTED 9/14/2008 by

Just back from Drupal Camp LA, where I ended up giving three talks. It was fantastic to see several hundred people come out to a Drupal event over the weekend.

POSTED 9/11/2008 by

Jon mentioned we'd be at Drupal Camp LA this weekend, but he didn't mention what all we're doing and how big of an event this really is

POSTED 9/8/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

You want to attend Drupal events that matter, and DrupalCampLA 2008 already has more than 270 attendees registered. If the pattern holds for Drupal events, the last week will include a lot of last minute registrations, making this a larger non-DrupalCon events.

POSTED 9/1/2008 by

For the last few months here at WorkHabit we've been busily creating a new kind of hosting platform. We've taken our expertise in scaling, hosting, and managing Drupal web sites and and layered that on top of cloud computing.

POSTED 9/1/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

The Cloud Computing session presented at the bi-annual DrupalCon Szeged session in Hungary has been posted by the Internet Archive, who is generously recording and hosting th

POSTED 8/4/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

I'm writing this post to call attention to a new training event. It seems like Lullabot is once again on a training roll, with their new video and now a really interesting training event called Do It With Drupal.

POSTED 8/3/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

Document Management has existed in many forms for decades now: Documentum, Docsys, Knowledgetree, Alfresco, and others. Most of the solutions have existed at the Enterprise level, and have had limited utility and penetration into smaller markets.

POSTED 7/23/2008 by Aaron Stewart

At the Sacramento DUG I did a demo of our S3Saver module.

The module is incredibly effective at moving files from a local files dir to S3 at save time, and has very little impact on a drupal install itself.

POSTED 6/5/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

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.

POSTED 4/24/2008 by Aaron Stewart
Talking with one of my coworkers yesterday, we found ourselves in need of testing a drupal module in isolation.
POSTED 4/20/2008 by
Some months ago, I discussed multiple values in CCK using AJAX. A few people showed interest, so here's Part 1 of how AJAX can go together with Drupal.

We'll start with a common use case: checking that a username is available when a new user signs up. After you're done with this tutorial, you should be able to give the new user near-instant feedback on whether or not their username is available. I like to start at my desired result and work backwards, so that's what we'll do.
POSTED 10/26/2007 by

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!