This is rather self-serving, but I actually got quite a bit of traffic on this site in the last few days, and that made me wonder if some older posts I've written on my personal blog were worth anything. There was really just one useful one:
How I got my mod_rewrite to play nice with Apache 2 and Drupal was written probably in my first few weeks of using Drupal at all anywhere. The basic idea was to enable the mod_rewrite dso for folks whose servers did not yet have it activated. I guess I found the info at drupal.org and sort of wrote my own tutorial about it.
It's fun to take a walk down memory lane and check out where I was. If you check the Drupal tag on Ryan Price Media you can get some more obscure posts that mention Drupal - some of them are just cooky.
Just to sort of remove some of the "look at me"-ism from this post, here are some Drupal blogs I read, or have recently subscribed to:
- Earl Miles' Angry Donuts
- Angie Byron's webchick.net
- The Drupal Group on Ma.gnolia
- A Padded Cell
- Nick Lewis: The Blog
- Lullabot - Articles
- Lullabot Podcast
- SpryDev SEO Podcast
- The Art Lab: Drupal School
- Lots of groups on groups.drupal.org, or GDO for short, like the Florida Group
If you've got a Drupal blog or podcast you like, point to it in the comments - obviously the Ma.gnolia group or del.icio.us is useful for stuff like this, but I'd like to hear some support for any of these sites to see if I'm missing out.
There are others of us who blog about Drupal :)
I saw the Drupal Museum site, and I think it has a great layout
For some reason when I posted this, I didn't realize I was getting aggregated to Drupal Planet - I must have requested it at some point back when I first set up this site, but because I saw so many comments coming in I thought "oh, I'd better make a new post to keep the discussion going" - now I understand the DPlanet aggregation, and it makes a lot more sense.
Thanks for the suggestions.