Nica Lorber posted their efforts in redesigning the Panels inline editor. Earl Miles committed the redesign before DrupalCon Denver.
Rabbit Hole suppresses node display of particular content type.
Instead of storing an absolute date and time, HMS Field (short for 'Hours, minutes, and seconds') stores a simple integer representing a number of seconds.
Phase 2 posted a cartoon description for a drupal project migration process.
DrupalCon Denver videos have been uploaded.
Wikipedia’s mobile app is now using OpenStreetmap. This transition follows foursquare’s earlier.
The world of portable, general-purpose computing is moving along two parallel paths. First, and most popularly, you have devices like smartphones, which are focused on user interaction and connectivity, but are smart enough to be the “brain” for any number of more capable devices. Then there are purpose-built devices with one or a few specific functions: a high-precision range finder, or a pollutant detector, or a simple laser level.
In the past, Microsoft made the source code for ASP.NET MVC available under an open-source license. Now, the company has open-sourced another hearty chunk of its ASP.NET technology to the delight of some open-source players.
The US Air force now has 65 drones collecting various images and in the couple of years drones’ cameras can “spy on swaths of land the size of entire cities.” But the Air Force is lacking in manpower to process those data.
Publications should produce more infographics to help educate readers on various issues the way Scientific American has done through the years.
Just when we though that the US Counter-insurgency (COIN) campaign is designed for insurgents, it is now being integrated to the whole state forces, including the police force through the increasing role of Big data tools and methods.