Drupal Give: Recent Activity
For some Drupal developers or site builders, they've been telling themselves for months to start contributing to Drupal core. Sprints are a chance to get started with in-person training and mentoring from friendly, experienced core contributors. And to start becoming familiar with Drupal 8!
If folks are working already on core, sprints are a fantastic opportunity to meet other contributors, hang out in person, mentor newbies, and work on manageable tasks in the Drupal core queue.
Pushed new version of Services Client module (2.x). This version of mostly rewrite of original module and focuses on developer experince, flexibilty and stability.
- Triaged and assigned issues to the members
- Reviewed a couple of patches
- Mentored a new team member
Participated in code sprints at BADcamp to put migrate into Drupal 8 core. Worked on Drupal 6 => Drupal 8 upgrade path.
I joined a team of volunteers in Prague who helped interested people become contributors to Drupal.
I am the Coding and Development track chair for DrupalCon Prague. I helped to attract and select speakers, and to manage speaker logistics ahead of and during the conference.
After starting work on the patch at the Drupalcon Portland code sprint, getting the first RTBC patch on July 1 for the code-freeze cutoff, and a total of 199 comments later, search_hook_info() and the search hook implementations have been converted to the new Drupal core plugin system. see: https://drupal.org/node/2003482