My journey for bulding best web tools for research and academia is taking new turn - I am presenting at DevOps summit at DrupalCamp Colorado. How did I get here? I found that CloudIDE is doing for coders what CMS did for content managers. Now I can invest time that I had to spend on setting local IDE for D9 (OS versions, PHP versions, db versions, composer, other tools) into testing new features for modules that I need for site building.
Since 2010 Stanford WebCamp is a three-day event for community and by community to discuss the ins and outs of building websites and research tools.
There are many reasons to attend Stanford WebCamp, but in particular, we tailor our camp to both an on- and off-campus community. We have specific tracks and sessions geared to Stanford community members. We will also have a lot of sessions for beginners as well as advanced sessions.
Notes from the Camp
- New nice module for setting paragraphs https://www.drupal.org/project/paragraphs_features
- http://webcamp.stanford.edu/session/stanford-domain-web-hosting-platform-update - awesome session about altenative hosting platform
- Very useful UI module https://www.drupal.org/project/simplify
- Calendar UI https://www.drupal.org/project/smart_date
Here are links to some great sessions that I attended at DrupalCon
- Migrating a 20 Year Old Perl (new NBER.org)
- more links coming
Open Source License was introduced in 1998. At that time software was either proprietary (EULA) or free (GNU). New type of licensing based on Open Source definition (OSD) enabled development of the tech world the way we know it now - most successful operating systems and applications are based on open source software. We all know that Open Source is great, but we rarely look into the underlying principles of OSD and how they impact the economics of tech industry. Since 1998 world has changed drastically - do these principles still work two decades later?
People to share their perspectives on what is working well for contributors and users of Drupal, and what are new challenges for maintaining balance between contributing to the project and being rewarded in various ways. What motivates current module maintainers to port to D9? How can we attract new talents? How do we support the spirit of this community, keeping the line “Come for the code, stay for community” alive?
By Jacob Rockowitz
- To Drupal or not to Drupal... maybe it's not okay when individuals or organizations leave the Drupal community.
- Ozzy, the puppy, vs. Drupal, the open-source project - Free like a puppy
By Bilgin Ibryam
By Matt Glaman
Business and licenses topics
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