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DrupalEasy Podcast 36 - Ours goes to eleven

After a long hiatus Andrew joins us to talk all things DrupalCon San Francisco with Mike and Ryan as well as talking about the future of Drupal (better known as Drupal 7).

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World Engineering Education Forum conference web site submitted by Santhosh Abraham

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ryanprice wrote 5 years 28 weeks ago

A neat follow-up to my pick

A neat follow-up to my pick of Drupal Distributions is the following post on g.d.o

"19 distributions... where?"

They also mention this site, which would have been useful to mention:

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Guest wrote 5 years 28 weeks ago

hey guys!

So, coltrane actually wrote most of the code behind Certified To Rock (though it was all of our work) and c4rl did the theme/javascript work.

And perhaps the most important thing to correct. I'm not a cat person ;)

Guest wrote 5 years 28 weeks ago

Official request for an 8x10 glossy photo of Andrew

I'll gladly pick this up at the meeting this weekend ;-)


Guest wrote 5 years 28 weeks ago

Fixing the IE CSS Files Limit

There actually are a couple of modules to address the problem of IE's limit on the number of CSS files loaded:

Each has a slightly different goal and implementation, so read the descriptions to see which meets your need.

andrewriley wrote 5 years 28 weeks ago

Cloud Hosting

Two good suggested work arounds for the IE issue. I don't suppose you have any handy modules to fix the multi-server with a non-shared files directory issue?

I've looked and I've looked (about 6 months ago) but couldn't find anything.

ryanprice wrote 5 years 28 weeks ago

Andrew, You should certainly


You should certainly dig again. During our training in SF, Mike and I discovered a Dynamic CSS module that was only being announced during the code sprint and unconference upstairs.


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andrewriley wrote 5 years 28 weeks ago

The answer?

I ended up finding this great talk from DrupalCon SF by Barray Jaspan of Acquia. It looks like a GlusterFS share is the way to go (to share the files directory).

Talk: http://www.archive.org/details/ChallengesOfHostingDrupalOnAws
GlusterFS Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GlusterFS

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