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DrupalEasy Podcast 108: Panopoly, Pins, Prague, and Paper Plates

Matt Cheney (populist), maintainer of the Panopoly Distribution joins Ted Bowman, Ryan Price, and Mike Anello to dive deep into Panopoly, disect Drupal Association Board Meeting minutes, discuss the state of Drupal’s community tools, decide that the DrupalCon Prague logo is the best ever, and dream about getting our hands on a Florida Drupal Diver pin.


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Guest wrote 1 year 24 weeks ago

Thanks for keeping the

Thanks for keeping the discussion around issue queues going along.
There are obvious parallels between the git problem (people escaped to GitHub because of CVS, then we switched d.o to git) and the support problem (people are escaping to Drupal Answers, can we start improving our own tools, and how?).

In the end, what matters is decreasing the amount of frustration that is felt on both sides (users / developers) while getting or providing support.

(Btw, yes, it's "Boyan Zhivanovich", you pronounced it correctly ;) Sticking with the shorter "Boyan Z" is much less painful to pronounce though)


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