Damien McKenna (DamienMcKenna) makes his fourth appearance on the podcast (one more and he gets a tweed jacket!) to talk about the Metatag module and his prolific contribution history. Along the way Ryan Price sneaks in to join Ted Bowman and Mike Anello to discuss Drupal’s 13th birthday, some facts about core development in 2013, and Dries’ Reddit AMA.
- Metatag - if you have content that gets indexed by search engines or shared on social media and you care how it appears, then you need to use this module.
Each podcast we ask our guests the same five questions. Here are the answers:
- 17” MacBook Pro, TextMate 2, terminal, git revert.
- Time-machine Cathy Theys.
- East coast USA!!
- Caching & CacheTags
- On D8? Panels.
- Drupal at 13: All Grown Up? blog post by Josh Koenig (joshk)
- This YEAR in Drupal Core (2013) blog post by Angie Byron (webchick) and Jess (xjm)
- Dries Buytaert Reddit AMA
Picks of the Week
- Ryan - Without Their Permission by Alexis Ohanian (Reddit cofounder)
- Ted - Gitlab Cloud - free private collaborators - they offer GitLab Cloud for free to widen the audience for GitLab
- Mike - DrupalCon Face to Face in Prague 2013 - wonderful video that captures the culture of DrupalCon Prague. Video and editing by John DeSalvo.
- Damien - Drupal and PSR-0/PSR-4 - Long standing debate over updating to PSR-4 vs sticking with the older PSR-0.
- Florida DrupalCamp 2014 - Saturday and Sunday, March 8-9, 2014, Florida Technical College, Orlando, Florida.
- New Jersey Drupal Camp - Six Mile Tech workshop: Your First Drupal Module - Friday, January 31, 2014
- Charlotte Drupal Drive-in, February, 22nd, 2014
- DrupalCamp London 2014 - February 28-March 2, 2014
- GLADCamp - Greater Los Angeles Drupal Camp - Free - March 8 and 9, 2014.
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