The shortest month of the year stopped by for a visit, along with more snow for those of us in cooler parts of the country.
Lots of our clients helped Drupal this month through a variety of fixes and improvements.
- David Younker created a fix for a bug in the Google Analytics Stats module that stopped its Views integration from working.
- Edward Chan fixed a bug in the Amazon Simple Queue System module related to small data packets and Joshua Boltz fixed a bug with how the module handled translated strings.
- Mark Casias looked into how to fully support multiple accounts with the Instagram Social Feed module.
- Melissa Bent worked on a fix for a bug with Password Policy related to Drupal 8's config management system.
- Michelle Cox worked on a port of Taxonomy Autotagger to Drupal 8, along with some other improvements. She then also worked on file entity support for the Lingotek module.
- Stephen Lucero continued improvements on his YAML Content module for Drupal 8, and began some improvements on the Marketo MA module.
- I worked on some fixes for the Panels ecosystem.
- The internal accessibility team sprinted on a core bug related to error messages in fieldsets.
- Edward fixed a bug in the "role specific reset" option in Mass Password Reset.
- Kevin Basarab worked on an option for Backup and Migrate to allow overwriting an existing backup file.
- Mark Shropshire improved the Maintenance Mode Redirect module and released alpha versions for both Drupal 7 and 8, and then made some improvements to the jQuery documentation page for Drupal 7.
- Michelle continued her solo mission to rid drupal.org of spam and followed up with reviews on a load of patches we keep track of internally.
- I released a security fix for Metatag on D7, got more involved in the Panels ecosystem ports to D8, released abeta of Panelizer for Drupal 8, joined as a co-maintainer of the Drafty module and released a new beta to fix automated tests for a number of other modules.
- The Dropcast team chatted with Mediacurrent Designer and Theme Manager Zack Hawkins about design, theming and all things front-end, which followed nicely after Zack's article about theme structures for Drupal 8.
- Bob Kepford shared his love for command line tools on Mark Casias' Friday 5 series.
- Cheryl Little promoted designing sites focused on creating LOVEly user experiences.
- Jason Want talked about the Pardot module on another of Mark's Friday 5 videos.
- John Cloys compared some common project management practices.
- Chris Runo provided some insights into how he migrated data for the Flag module on a Drupal 8 site.
- Nathan James explained some of the client and community focus we strive for internally.
February saw many of us heading south to escape the cold, from Sandcamp in sunny San Diego, California to FL DrupalCamp in sunny Orlando, Florida, Mediacurrent's staff were out in force. In March we're looking forward to Stanford DrupalCamp, NERDSummit, and MidCamp, so we'll see you then.
Until next time, stay warm and contrib on!