Talking Drupal Newsletter #358
#358 - A Project Browser Update
Today we are talking about The Project Browser with Leslie Glynn & Tim Plunkett.
What is Project Browser
How are you involved?
What is the Drupal Acceleration Team and how is it involved with Project Browser
Will it be in Drupal 10 or 11?
How are you organizing module data on d.o?
How does PB showcase the community working on modules?
How does PB work with other initiatives like Automatic Updates
How has management changed over the project?
How is Chris Wells as an initiative lead?
What makes a good project lead?
Upcoming contribution events
Driesnote DrupalCon North America 2021 - Announcing the Project Browser Initiative
Start around 50 minutes
Driesnote DrupalCon Portland 2022 - Drupal 11 - Project Browser
The Project Browser section starts around 44 minutes
Includes link to GitPod to try Project Browser
#project-browser channel in Drupal slack
Meetings (asynchronous in slack)
Tuesdays 4:00pm ET - Site builder Subcommittee
Wednesdays at 10:00AM ET
Tim Plunkett - @timplunkett
Leslie Glynn - @leslieglynn
Nic Laflin - www.nLighteneddevelopment.com @nicxvan
John Picozzi - www.epam.com @johnpicozzi
Ryan Price - ryanpricemedia.com - @liberatr
Module of the Week
Search API Algolia
New England Drupal - Session submissions are open. www.NEDCamp.org
#360 Backdrop CMS Case Study with Eric Toupin. Recording August 9.
#361 Drupal Credit System with Matthew Tift. Recording August 16.
#362 Progressive Web Apps with Jordan Graham. Recording August 23.
#363 Cathy’s Show TBD. Recording August 30.
DrupalCamp Colorado 8/5 - 8/6, In-person and virtual
DrupalCamping Wolfsburg 8/25 - 8/28, In-person
DrupalCamp Atlanta 9/16 - 9/17, In-person
DDI Camp - Drupal Diversity and Inclusion 9/16 - 9/17, Virtual.
New England Drupal Camp 11/18 - 11/19, In-person.
A11yTalks - Representation Creates Reality 8/8. Virtual.
Boston Drupal Meetup - August 8/9. Virtual.
Melbourne Drupal meetup - August 2022 8/11. Virtual.
SFDUG - August meetup - Speaker Workshop 8/11. VirtuaL.
Chad’s Book Corner
Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek
Simon Sinek wrote several books about leadership. “Leaders Eat Last” evaluates how some leaders succeed and others fail when managing teams. Simon emphasizes healthy leadership habits, trust, sacrifice, empathy, and humility as key points to being a better leader.
by Chad Hester @chadkhester www.chadkhester.com
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