For the first time in over a decade, Centarro will not have a booth at DrupalCon North America. In this post I explain why and share how to find Drupal Commerce content at the event or to plan personal connections in Pittsburgh instead.
I am the chosen lamb, no other can compare
To the beauty of my face or the brightness of my hair.
My bones are firm and strong, my every part well-formed.
With purity and spotlessness by God I've been adorned.
My master's tender voice has declared I am the best!
His gentle hand and loving staff have led me from the rest,
Away from fence and field to sleep beside him through the night
And help the kids complete their chores in early morning light.
My master, how he loves me, and I love him dearly, too.
Chapter 4 of Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls is fantastic.
The main character, Robert Jordan, returns from scouting a bridge he is to demolish only to discover Pablo, his erstwhile local support, is set against him doing the deed. There is no profit to him in it, only swift retribution.
Drupal Commerce contributor Ryan Hovland of ProCycle reached out today in the Drupal Slack #commerce channel to let me know the
The trees are waking,
Their leaves taking
Leave from the holes
Where they hid within
The branches branching
From their mighty boles.
The seeds they ceded
Last year to the
Fertile ground below
Are gone, replaced by
Preparing now to grow.
What I desire to change
Will oft outlast my will
What I wish would remain
Will leave me (unfulfilled)
It's been years since I paid much attention to my personal blog, dropping by only occasionally to post something new, moderate comments, or apply Drupal updates. I've been wanting to upgrade for a while, and the current status of Drupal 9 + its core themes Olivero (front-end) and Claro (admin) convinced me to spend a few evenings making it happen. However, I didn't want to just rock the blue palette the Olivero theme uses by default.
The Drupal Association (D.A.) Board decided in May to update the eligibility criteria for voting in the election of At-Large Directors of the D.A.
When I first wrote Ubercart's Cart module, we knew we were going to support both anonymous and authenticated shopping carts and checkout. The decision came at a time when there wasn't consensus around the impact of forced login on conversions, but we knew we wanted it to be optional if at all possible. Additionally, for authenticated users, we wanted to preserve items in their shopping carts so they would see the same items when logging in from multiple devices or across multiple sessions.