With summer in full swing here in the USA, some of us were taking some vacation time, or moving, so our contributions were a little low.
- Bayo Fodeke backported a JS speed improvement from D8 to D7.
- Dan Polant and Matt Davis continued working on some improvements to JSON API and JSON API Extras modules for a decoupled project.
- For the same decoupled project I put together a small module that automatically uploads JSON API -formatted files for entities using the Flysystem library.
While there wasn't much going on during the month code-wise, our team did manage to get a number of good blog posts out.
- Bill Shaouy posted the second part of his series comparing Drupal to Adobe Experience Manager.
- Sam Seide gave some insights on preparing for a career at a telecommuting dev agency.
- Donna Bungard joined Mark Casias for a Friday 5 focused on making accessibility a core aspect of a digital content strategy.
- Joshua Boltz provided a nice introduction to the Scheduler module for Drupal 8.
- Tara Arnold gave some insights into an event that Mediacurrent hosted along with Acquia which explained the business rationale for doing proper UX research.
- Tim showed how to simplify the frontend aspects of handling menus.
- Tara Arnold introduced a new distribution based focused on decoupled Drupal 8 websites which includes some improvements from Dan and Matt.
A notable group of our team attended Dinosaur JS, which has the best name of any event I've heard of; videos for all of the sessions have been posted online. We also had some folk at the Twin Cities DrupalCamp, and at Design 4 Drupal (aka D4D) Donna gave her talk on making accessibility a key part of a site's content strategy.
Several other team members were making plans to attend Drupal GovCon in July and putting together presentations, so stay tuned for more!
That's all folks!
Hope everyone has a great summer, or winter for those of a more southerly geographic persuasion, we'll see you again next time round.