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So a mild annoyance I found once switching over to Ubuntu. When in insert or replace mode, your arrow keys will stop working.
"Adobe Air requires Adobe Air to function"
I'm trying to install Twhirl, which is an Adobe Air app on my MacBook, and Air keeps taking a dump while trying to install itself.
So I'm working on a project now where nodes are mass-imported from a third party. By default, these nodes are unpublished until the delegated party can add additional information that the import can't capture. We publish the node when it's through being reviewed and updated.
When I was in high-school, I worked at an office supply chain in the "Business Machines" department. I sold computers, adding machines, Palm Pilots (the first revision!), printers, cables, you name it.
I'm writing this post to call attention to a new training event. It seems like Lullabot is once again on a training roll, with their new video and now a really interesting training event called Do It With Drupal.
Document Management has existed in many forms for decades now: Documentum, Docsys, Knowledgetree, Alfresco, and others. Most of the solutions have existed at the Enterprise level, and have had limited utility and penetration into smaller markets.
At the Sacramento DUG I did a demo of our S3Saver module.
The module is incredibly effective at moving files from a local files dir to S3 at save time, and has very little impact on a drupal install itself.
Finally, someone has written one of the most useful tools I've seen for IE debugging for CSS. In the author's words, IETester, "...
A client asked me today about how to most effectively merge his changes from trunk to a production tag (in his case, tags/prod within his subversion repository).
One of our clients asked us how to structure their SVN repository, and it occurred to me that I haven't read anything about this online for Drupal-based projects, so I thought I'd blog it and see if we can get a dialogue going on best practices for larger projects.
WorkHabit will be attending the Jive Software Bay Area User Group / Clearspace 2.x dinner launch on May 20, 2008 at the VMWare campus.
There is a lot of noise in the marketplace these days about Enterprise 2.0 and online communities. What I have been finding is that very few people or companie are attempting to answer the question "Why build an online community at ALL?"