Cathy Theys (YesCT), Blackmesh Community Liason and Drupal Community organizer extraordinare, joins Mike Anello and a hybrid Andrew Riley-Ryan Price on this 150th episode of the DrupalEasy podcast. We discussed Drupal code governance, Drupal Dev Days, Drupal 8 progress, DrupalCon Los Angeles, Drupal 8 page caching, and running testbot from the command line. We also brainstormed a new set of 5 questions, learned about Cathy's upcoming travel schedule, listened to Ryan perform the Zelda theme song, and wondered about some listener feedback.
- Evolving and documenting Drupal core's structure, responsibilities, and decision-making.
- 2015 Dev Days - France.
- Drupal 8 update.
- DrupalCon Los Angeles Sprints - be a mentor!.
- Drupal 8 Development Cycle.
- Drupal 8 now has page caching enabled by default - blog post by Wim Leers. Current efforts here: https://groups.drupal.org/node/464283
- A new way to welcome newcomers on Drupal.org - blog post by Tatiana (tvn).
- Drupal testbot command line tool - blog post by Jimmy Berry (boombatower).
Picks of the Week
- Mike - DrushCommands.com.
- Ryan - Blink Reaction Symfony2 Training at DrupalCon and Panel Schedule by Blink colleague Will Vincent. Ryan’s Podcasting Talk.
- Cathy - Getting xhprof to work with Drupal: https://github.com/phacility/xhprof https://www.drupal.org/node/2370667 See item 3: https://gist.github.com/msonnabaum/c8902d5000d892ba121b https://github.com/LionsAd/xhprof-kit https://gist.github.com/wimleers/bf06d9d38e33f87709e3
- DrupalCon Los Angeles, May 11-15, 2015.
- Online Drupal 7 Module Development - Learn Module Development Online.
- May 21-24 2015 Drupal Camp Spain in Jerez (Cathy is featured speaker).
- June 23-26 2015 Open Source Bridge in Portland, Oregon.
- June 25-28 2015 Twin Cities Drupal Camp, TCDrupal.
- August 12-15 2015 MidWest Developer Summit.
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Five Questions (answers only)
- science nerd
- locate command
- a bison and an antelope
- DrupalCon Denver hotel lobby discussion with Gabor
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