Cathy Theys (YesCT), a Community Contributor for com-press and a Drupal community sprint organizer extroidinaire joins Ted Bowman, a stealthy Ryan Price, and Mike Anello on the podcast formerly known as DrupalEasy. Surprisingly, we actually managed to have a civil conversation about several topics for a good amount of time before we cautiously dove into the topic that has been at the forefront of most Drupaleros minds lately: community sprint organization.
- Drupal.org documentation on setting up a test environment
- Helpful instructions for sprint mentors and facilitors
- Interested in helping mentor at the community sprints in Prague? or sign up to participate in a sprint
- BADCamp Sprints
- Fox Valley sprints
- March, 2014 Dev Days in Szeged, Hungary
- DrupalMentoring.org mentors
- Organize Your Own Sprints - DrupalCon Portland session
Each podcast we ask our guests the same five questions. Here are Cathy They’s answers:
- MacBook Pro PhpStorm
- Vijayachandran Mani (vijaycs85)
- Spain, as long as everything is in a single venue.
- Ashe Dryden (ashedryden)
- Better media support
Want to know what the five questions are? Listen to the podcast!
Picks of the Week
- Ted - Examples for Developers - “This project aims to provide high-quality, well-documented API examples for a broad range of Drupal core functionality.” by Paul Mitchem (Mile23), Marco Villegas (marvill07) and many others.
- Ryan - Commerce Fees by Manuel García (facine).
also CKEditor for WYSIWYG Module by Nate Haug (quicksketch)
- Mike - Masked Input module by Helior Colorado (helior) and Tim Wooten (twooten) - provides a slick way to force text input to match a certain format (like phone numbers). Based on the Masked Input jQuery Plugin. It’s a little rough around the edges, there’s some patches that need committing, but it’s worth using.
- Cathy - simplytest.me, the Drupal module that runs it and some new features coming soon. Help the maintainer Patrick Drotleff (patrickd) make it even better. He also works on an open-source card game revolving around the Drupal issue queue!
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Nice outro.. so genuine :)