Donata Stroink-Skillrud, president of Termageddon LLC, licensed attorney, certified information privacy professional, and vice-chair of the American Bar Association ePrivacy Committee joins Mike Anello to talk about privacy (and other web site) policies (it's much more interesting than you think!) and why it is so important for modern web sites to have one.
Jess Snyder joins Mike Anello to talk about how Drupal and nonprofit organizations - topics include the unique needs of nonprofits, the challenges they have with Drupal 8+, and how nonprofit folks organize and support each other. Also, Kaleem Clarkson returns to the podcast to provide an update on the Drupal Event Organizers Group.
Ted Bowman, Drupal core contributor and member of Acquia's Drupal Acceleration Team (DAT) talks about the Drupal.org Project Update Bot. Also, Michael Schmid, the CTO of amazee.io joins us to talk about their Drupal hosting solution, Lagoon, and how it fits in to a best-practice focused Drupal development workflow.
DrupalEasy Podcast 230 - Ryan Price (feature flags), Andrew Riley (news, module picks, bikes), The Change Notice (Chris Weber)
We missed a week, but we're back with a super-sized retro episode where we talk with two of the original DrupalEasy podcast hosts! First, Andrew Riley drops by to cover some recent Drupal news and make some module picks-of-the week (including a Drupal logo memory game!) Then, Mike speaks with Ryan Price about feature flags - it's not a module, not a service, but rather a design pattern.
Mike speaks with Yuriy Gerasimov, one of the principles of Diffy, a cloud visual regression testing platform as well as Ryan Price to discuss all sorts of things including #DrupalCares, Drupal 9 launch parties, and an interesting Composer/Git workflow model. In addition, Chris Weber also has some new change records for us.
Mike speaks with Ofer Shaal, one of the maintainers of the Rector for Drupal project, a tool to automate the fixing of deprecated Drupal code. AmyJune Hineline also makes an appearance talking about moving contribution sprints from in-person events to virtual events. In addition, Chris Weber also has some new change records for us.