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DrupalCon Buzz - Can We Say the "R" word for Drupal 8?

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Reflections on Drupalcon, D7, and DevSeed

I'm in my hotel room after the final day of Drupalcon San Francisco 2010. As always, I had a great time at the conference. I've been so busy building Acquia Hosting for the last year that I lost track of most of what went on with Drupal development in 2009 (except for the Field API project, of course), and I really enjoyed the opportunity to catch up.

My personal Drupalcon experience was largely focused around two new developments:

Advanced Apache Solr Example: IP-based Access

In the run-up to our talk "Apache Solr Search Mastery" at Drupalcon San Francisco, we decided that we would not have time to really cover all the advanced topics in the session. So we're going to put up a couple blog posts before hand to invite some discussion and encourage people to dig into the code ahead of time and then we can take questions at the end of the session or during a BoF.

This first post describes the elements of a module that implements a customized IP-address-based scheme for access control on Solr searches. It's a simplified version of the sort of access controls that some universities or companies use to only show (for example) journal articles purchased under license via a website for the library where the license restricts access to students or employees who are on-site. The attached module demonstrates how such a scheme for controlling which nodes appear in search results can be implemented. The code there should be contrasted with the code in the apachesolr_nodeaccess module.

Acquia Team Drupalcon San Francisco Sessions - Vote Now

Acquia is excited to once again be a Platinum Sponsor of Drupalcon San Francisco. Its amazing to think the conference is right around the corner. It seems like just yesterday we just finished the Drupal Gardens preview session in Paris. At the same time, so much has happened between then and now.

Drupalcon Paris

DrupalCon is the conference for Drupal users, developers, designers and decision makers. Acquia is a Platinum Drupalcon sponsor.

Drupalcon is where some of the best developers and leading business owners cross paths, exchange ideas, find partners and conceive projects. It’s where community ties are strengthened and Drupal’s future is decided. It's where you want to be to make things happen.

Drupalcon Paris will feature 800+ attendees, 100+ sessions, 3 conference days, 2 code sprint days and 1 day of commercial training.

DrupalCon DC

Drupal has thousands of contributors. About twice a year, we stop contributing long enough to have a beer together. We call that DrupalCon. ;-)

Get a scholarship to DrupalCon 2009 in Washington DC

I can hardly wait to go do DrupalCon 2009 in Washington DC. If you’re as excited about DrupalCon as I am, but are having a hard time finding the money you’d need to attend, perhaps you should apply for one of the 20 scholarships that are being awarded. Anybody in financial need can apply:

Drupalcon DC

Acquia is proud to be a platinum sponsor for Drupalcon DC 2009. Drupalcon is the premier event on the Drupal calendar and we are excited to participate in what will be an outstanding event for the community in Washington DC.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Acquia Presentations at Drupalcon DC

Field API in Drupal 7, Barry Jaspan

Acquia Podcast 4: Drupalcon Szeged

Acquians Robert Douglass and Gabor Hojtsy talk to Kristof Van Tomme about the upcoming Drupalcon Szeged conference. In this episode, Kristof and Gabor discuss how the conference is coming together and what you can expect if you are planning to attend.

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Acquia is sponsoring Drupalcon Szeged. How about you?

Acquia has signed up as a platinum sponsor for Drupal Szeged 2008 coming up August 27-30. We're sending a large contingent of Acquians as attendees, presenters, and general community participants. We'll be recruiting and enabling partners, looking for new employees, and sharing the latest Acquia news. We really look forward to seeing everyone there.

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