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As part of a Drupal workshop that I'm teaching (the Drupal Career Starter Program), we've been discussing Acquia Commons. Our discussions led us to decide to have a local meetup specifically to learn more about it.
Since we expect a number of newbies at the meetup, I figured I post a quick video showing how to get Commons up-and-running using Acquia Dev Desktop. I found it to be a little bit tricky, mainly because the memory requirements for Commons are a bit higher than for core Drupal. The video shows how to tweak a couple of memory setting in the php.ini file.NOTE: If you're using the Windows version of Acquia Dev Desktop, you can ignore the "apc.shm_size" change - it isn't used in Windows!
Ryan Price, Andrew Riley, Mike Anello, and special guest Stephen Barker (DigitalFrontiersMedia on drupal.org) discuss all the Drupal news that’s fit to talk about. Stephen Barker is a Drupal developer based in Sarasota, Florida with a background in biology and augmented reality (and somehow manage to tie it in with Drupal). We talk about mobile app development, Drupal 8 core initiatives status, Panels versus the world, as well as a bunch of other current stories. As always, we make our picks of week and announce our site of the week.
Andrew Riley, Ryan Price, and Mike Anello interview part of the team from Droplabs, a Los Angeles-based Drupal-centric co-working facility. In addition to the usual latest Drupal news and picks, we spoke with Christefano Reyes, Blake Senftner, and Lee Vodra about the genesis of Droplabs, its place in the LA Drupal Community, and how they’re feeling their way in making the space successful in the long term.
Ryan Price and Mike Anello are joined by Chris Shattuck from BuildAModule.com to talk about Drupal’s talent gap, Drupal 8 discussions at DrupalCon London, and a bunch of other stuff that’s been going on in the Drupal community over the last couple of weeks.
Mike Anello talks with Benjamin Melançon (mlncn on Drupal.org), the “person to blame” for The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7, an epic new book from Apress. They discuss all 1047 pages of the book in great detail, as well as dive deep into extensive biographies of all 34 authors and contributors. In the remaining 7 seconds of the 46-minute podcast, they also manage to talk about DrupalCon London, Acquia’s recent buying spree, a new release of Drupal Commerce, and MailChimp’s outstanding Integration Fund program.
Join Andrew Riley, Mike Anello, Ryan Price, and special guest Ric Shreves (from Bali) for a "very special", time-zone-busting, theming-happy episode 61 of the DrupalEasy Podcast.
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