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Jay Epstein (jeppy64), Senior Developer with TrakTek joins Mike, Ted, and Ryan to talk about his Relativity Data Model and why he feels it is a superior method for architectuing Drupal sites with a limited number of modules and no custom code. We dive into the techniques, contrib modules, and benefits of the model before our weekly roundup of Drupal news and events.
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DrupalEasy Podcast 19: Michael Peacock Interview, Author of "Drupal 6 Social Networking"

Mike Anello interviews Michael Peacock, author of Drupal 6 Social Networking from Packt Publishing. They discuss how Drupal, combined with various contributed modules, can build very effective social networking web sites. They also discuss how the book is also a very good reference for Drupal core in general. Finally, they talk about the User Relationships module and how it can be a very helpful tool in a Drupal developer's toolbox.

We'll be giving away two free copies of the book. To enter to win, simply leave a comment on this post (along with your Drupal.org user name so we know how to contact you if you win) or send us a quick note using our contact form. If you're so inclined, you can also follow @drupaleasy on Twitter to get exclusive daily Quicktips and announcements of upcoming DrupalEasy events.

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UPDATE: 10/17/09 - The book winners have been selected! Names will be posted here soon!

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Guest wrote 5 years 46 weeks ago

Wasn't trying to bait...

Just seemed very strange that you announce a contest in a post and don't put any date on when it ends and there's no word for weeks. Seemed like maybe you weren't very serious about it.


Guest wrote 5 years 46 weeks ago


No answer here, no answer on Twitter. I wonder if this contest was for real?


ultimike wrote 5 years 46 weeks ago


Baiting will always work...

We haven't picked the contest winners yet...


Guest wrote 5 years 47 weeks ago

So who won?

It's been a couple of weeks... Have you picked a winner, yet?


Guest wrote 5 years 49 weeks ago

My Name In The Hat

Great podcast .
I love listening to your podcast.

Danny (newbie)
Prince Edward Island

Itangalo wrote 5 years 49 weeks ago

Sounds like a great book

It sure wasn't easy logging in to your site with OpenID, but I'm glad I finally managed it. :-)

The way you presented the first 5–6 really made me interested in the book.
Here's my name for the hat of possible winners of a copy of the book: Johan Falk.


Guest wrote 5 years 49 weeks ago

My Name In The Hat

Just dropping my name in the hat for the book drawing. I really like your interviews with all of the authors of Drupal books. Hopefully my name will get pulled this time.


Guest wrote 5 years 49 weeks ago


Knowing which modules to use for social networking functionality has always been a challenge for me!

(username: mactoph- /user/70813/)

mjross wrote 5 years 49 weeks ago

Book request

Hello. I enjoyed listening to the podcast, and would love to receive a copy of the book. Thanks!

Guest wrote 5 years 49 weeks ago

Sounds interesting

User relationships is a great module. I don't have this book, yet, but have been considering it. There's so many social networking modules and it's interesting to see how the same subject can be tackled in so many different ways.

Michelle (Michelle on drupal.org as well)

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