Drupal Give: Recent Activity
Every week one member of the Drupal Security Team handles email and other incoming reports, validates whether it's an issue the team needs to handle, and makes sure the relevant maintainers are informed. This week it's my turn.
Acquia teamed up with four other Drupal companies—Phase2 Technology, NodeOne, Pantheon, and Lullabot—to fund major improvements to the Drupal.org infrastructure for distributions. Find out more at Distribution packaging now fully supported on Drupal.org.
Posted a patch that fills in all the missing API documentation for the Drupal 8 configuration system.
Went through Bakery issue queue responding to issues, making and testing patches.
I've submitted a patch, which was completely re-written by sun (and I admit his is far better than mine!). Reviewed, tested and re-rolled the patch after making a couple of minor amendments.
The Drupal.org Case Studies project is part of the Drupal.org content Community Initiative. We made significant progress in the weeks leading up to DrupalCon Denver, and led an a sprint on Friday after DrupalCon. The project is ongoing, but several case studies have been migrated. New case studies that highlight an excellent implementation of Drupal, or produced significant community contributions are wanted!
Spent time on updating the Drupal.cz (local Czech Community) to the latest Pressflow, made updates of all modules and migrated the site to a new platform (Acquia Cloud, sponsored under the free community hosting programme). Wrote a post on how to make changes on the community site through Github and how to deploy them on the new platform - now any community member can contribute to the site.
Recent work done to migrate Acquia customers from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 has been generalized to form the core of the migrate_d2d module, a framework to support migrations from any Drupal version to Drupal 7 for now, and to serve as a proof-of-concept for using a migration approach for major core Drupal upgrades in the future.