On this week’s episode of the podcast, Ryan, Andrew, and Mike are joined by Barry Madore from Advantage Labs in Minneapolis, MN. They discuss DrupalCamps, a lightweight Payment module, Drupal 8 initiatives, as well as several other topics and their picks of the week!
- Barry Madore from Advantage Labs talks about the Pay module (also mentioned were the Donate, Authorize.net, and Webform Pay modules), Drupal Kickstarter and The Cedar and The Cedar’s Seeder, and DrupalCamp Twin Cities (with keynotes by Angie Byron and Jen Lampton)
- Upcoming DrupalCamps in Colorado, Sacramento, Central America (Costa Rica), Kiev (Ukraine), Design Camp Boston, and Design Camp Berlin.
- CertifiedToRock.com updates
- Two More Drupal 8 Initiative Owner Announced: Gábor Hojtsy, Multilingual Access and Jacine Luisi, HTML5. Also check out the Core Initiative Trinity.
Every Drupal site as an install profile by James Walker
Picks of the Week
- Mike - Creating Custom Formatters with Drupal 7 blog post by Dan Linn (danlinn)
- Andrew - Hiphop for Drupal 7 Benchmark by Artur Graniszewski
- Ryan - Workbench by Ken Rickard (agentrickard) and others
- Barry - Conference Organizing Distribution (COD) by Ezra Gildesgame (ezra-g) and others. Also, Quickstart by Michael Cole (MichaelCole). Also, Ryan suggests using Miro.
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