Mike Anello interviews Michael Peacock, author of Drupal 6 Social Networking from Packt Publishing. They discuss how Drupal, combined with various contributed modules, can build very effective social networking web sites. They also discuss how the book is also a very good reference for Drupal core in general.
The whole gang is together this week, so join Andrew Riley, Ryan Price, and Mike Anello as they discuss some of the hot topics that have been circulating in the Drupal community over the past couple of weeks.
This week's podcast brings Andrew, Ryan, and Mike back together to discuss Drupal news from the past few weeks. From Panels 3 to $18 million web sites, we'll get you up-to-speed on the latest happenings in the Drupal Community. We also picked 4 winners for our recent book giveaways, so be sure to listen in to see if you've got a free book coming.
Justin Miller works with Drupal, Desktop Macintosh Software, iPhone Development and Systems Administration. Justin walks us through some of the projects he's worked on over the years, including several ways to get files into Drupal.
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We're back together for another news-based DrupalEasy podcast covering some of the latest Drupal-related (and sometimes not-so-related) happenings in the Drupal community. Join Andrew Riley, Ryan Price, and myself (Mike Anello) as we discuss Opera Unite, the next version of Drupal and CCK, an upcoming Drupal-powered intranet package. As always, we also make our Picks of the Week and Site of the Week.
The fine folks at Icebar Orlando (dot com) invited us to do our podcast from their "Fire Lounge" - who are we to turn down an invite from Orlando's coolest bar (bad pun, I can't help myself)? We had a great discussion about the number of content types on Drupal sites, our (equal) love for designers, and a bunch of other Drupal news from the last 2 weeks.
Join Mike, Ryan (Andrew is out this week) and special guest Damien McKenna from Bonnier Corporation for a podcast about this week's Drupal news. Some of the things we talked about this week include Panels 3, Documentation, Motorcycle Maintenance, as well as our Picks of the Week.
Join Andrew, Ryan, Mike, and special guest Derek Gallo from NFi Studios for a podcast recorded live at BarCamp Orlando. Listen as Derek gets grilled on NFi's choice of Drupal as the content management system for the recently re-launched SEMA.org. The discussion also talks about BarCamps, future Drupal implementations, and some pretty darn cool picks of the week.
Despite a quiet couple of weeks in the Drupal world, Andrew, Ryan, and Mike still found 5 things to talk about including a lively debate about what's wrong with Drupal. The 30-minute podcast also covers a super-quick way to tell if a site is built on Drupal, a Mac OSX-only Drupal notifier, Googlebot's voracious appetite, and a Drupal meta-list. The picks of the week include a couple of tried-and-true modules as well as one that looks awfully familiar.