Our guest for this milestone 50th podcast is "heyrocker" Greg Dunlap, who is the Co-Chair of the DrupalCon Programming Committee, as well as the chair of the Community track at the 2011 Chicago DrupalCon. Greg works at NodeOne, and he is a contributor to such modules as Services and Advanced Poll. In this episode, Andrew, Mike and Ryan ask Greg about Session selection at DrupalCons past, present and future. Greg would also like to thank his co-chair Matt Farina, who was unable to join us this time around.
John Albin Wilkins (JohnAlbin on Drupal.org), co-author of Packt Publishing's new Drupal 7 Module Development as well as one of the main contributors of Drupal 7's theme layer, joined Ryan Price and Mike Anello to talk about theming in Drupal 7.
The discussion provides a nice overview of theming in Drupal 7 as well as what new features themers can expect when they dive in. Topics covered include the new "render elements" and hook_page_alter(). John also explained what themers can expect when upgrading a theme from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 as well as how enjoyable he finds working in Drupal 7.
Drupal 7 RC2, worldwide release parties, Drupalcon Chicago sessions, and Larry Garfield's stellar post about Drupal's audiences lead the way as Andrew, Ryan, and Mike get together for another DrupalEasy podcast. Listen in as they talk about Wolfgang's Master's Degree, Mike stumbles trying to extract meaning from Crell's mind, and they all get excited about the potential increase in DrupalCon session quality.
Ryan Price and Mike Anello are joined by Ezra Gildesgame and Greg Knaddison from Growing Venture Solutions to talk about the Conference Organizing Distribution (COD) of Drupal. COD powers the Chicago DrupalCon site as well as a number of DrupalCamp and other event sites.
Andrew Riley is joined by Mike Anello this episode to discuss important news in the Drupal universe that you need to know about! In this week's episode, the discussion centers around Drupal 7 beta 3, DrupalCon Chicago (registration now open!), things you wish you knew when you started using Drupal, and many other topics.
Listen in as Andrew Riley, Mike Anello, and (the time-machine version of) Ryan Price discuss Drupal 7 beta 1, improving the quality of DrupalCon Presentations, the Pope's pants, Certified to Rock updates, DrupalEasy groupies, Drupad, and other topics that may or may not have anything to do with the Drupal universe.
Listen in as Andrew, Ryan, and Mike are joined by special guests Jake Strawn and Michelle Lauer as they discuss DrupalCon Copenhagen, Drupal 7, Drupal's new Code of Conduct, and more. Jake and Michelle just returned from Copenhagen and provide their insight on the largest European DrupalCon event yet.
Listen in as Ryan, Mike, and special guest Todd Tomlinson from ServerLogic discuss Drupal news from the past week. Todd is the author of Beginning Drupal 7 from Apress Publishing. Rather than going with a standard interview with Todd, we decided to ask him to join us for one of our news-based podcasts. Listen in as we talk about Drush, Examiner.com, Todd's current and future book, and a bunch of other Drupal-related stuff.
Khalid Baheyeldin is a co-founder of 2bits.com out of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. They have been using Drupal since 2003, and now specialize in helping Drupal sites scale - normally with very little buzzword compliance. Listen as Mike Anello and Ryan Price get Khalid to answer their questions and talk about some of his past contributions.
Listen in a Andrew, Ryan, and Mike discuss Drupal news from the past week. In this week's episode, we discuss core themes, open source software licenses, HTML5, and metaphors (among other things).
Listen in a Andrew, Ryan, and Mike discuss Drupal news from the past week. In this week's episode, Ryan talks about his trip to Design4Drupal, we all wonder why anyone would be against a code of conduct, and we plan out exactly how to get Drupal 7 released.
Join us as we do our first multi-continental podcast where we end up losing Ryan in bat country. Somewhere along the way we talk about Drupal.
Buzzr.com was created in partnership with Lullabot and Bond Art + Science by Ed Sussman. In this interview, Ed talks about his career in journalism and starting companies - Ed was in charge of the web sites for Inc.com, FastCompany.com, FastCompany.tv and many other sites created by Mansueto in the first decade of this century.
After a long hiatus Andrew joins us to talk all things DrupalCon San Francisco with Mike and Ryan as well as talking about the future of Drupal (better known as Drupal 7).