It's the DrupalCon Portland Floor Show! I went around the exhibitors' area and through the halls of the Oregon Convention Center asking two vital questions to our community: What is your favorite thing about Drupal? Why should other people come to DrupalCon?
Drupal has been making great strides in being implemented in national government agencies, but it is also popular with municipal governments. Join me as I talk with Brian Gilday of aHa Consulting about how he uses Drupal for local governments and plans for a Drupal distribution geared towards government use.
Drupal Commons is a new distribution from Acquia that is designed for organizations that want to create community websites with Drupal. Join me as I talk with Jay Batson of Acquia about how Drupal Commons started, how it works, and what the plans are for its release and future development.
Join us as we talk with Stephanie Pakrul (aka stephthegeek) about Skinr, Fusion, and some new services from Top Notch Themes that allow people to implement, share, and test custom Fusion themes.
Wouldn't it be great to have an easy and inexpensive way to upload content to your Drupal site via email or from your handheld device without a phone app? Join us as we talk with Bill Fitzgerald of Funny Monkey about the Mailhandler and MIME Handler modules that allow you to do exactly that.
In this episode, we talk with Todd Tomlinson about his new book "Beginning Drupal 7", which is a book geared towards new Drupal users.
Apress book page - http://apress.com/book/view/1430228598
Apache Solr is a powerful and flexible mechanism for performing site search on a Drupal site. Join us as we talk with Robert Douglass about all things Solr in Drupal, including new features and functionality and future development plans. Also, as a bonus, you will hear Robert use the word "de-baconify" in the context of Solr and Drupal.