Maturity is great, to a point, for wine, cheese and men, but not for jQuery 1.2.6!
Here are the results to the 1-minute Drupal poll...
Have you moved a Drupal site to another server and received the error 'The directory sites/default/files is not writable'?
A colleague of mine recently discovered the numerous benefits of using Drush to manage Drupal implementations. Here's how to install it.
The Farmisht Freelancer, a column for the (oft irreverent) discussion of all things related to being in the business of developing,
When the request came for me to review Drupal 6: Panels Cookbook by Bhavin (Vin) Patel, I was excited. I've been a software developer forever, a Web developer for as long as there's been a Web, and a Drupal developer since D6 was imminent.
I received a 'love letter' from my hosting provider: you have too many tables in your databases and are negatively impacting performance. You have 14 days to correct this or we will take your firstborn...or something to that effect.
I was starting to lose hope when Alpha 5 came out, and was despondent by the time Alpha 7 did.
I created a Drupal 6 module, and in it I implemented hook_block(). I set up the block to appear in a certain region, and hook_block acted like a blockhead. The block consistently appeared in the Disabled list.
I was working on a new Drupal 6 module, and at least until things became more complex, I was writing it in a top-down manner