With the year winding down the month was a little quiet, but we still got some good contributions going.
Thanks to our awesome clients for giving us a chance to help make open source software better for everyone.
- Bayo Fodeke rerolled a patch for Multiple Selects module to fix an error that can show.
- Chris Runo came up with a workaround to allow the Permissions by Term module to limit it per vocabulary.
- Dan Polant suggested an alternative solution for making sorts work in config entity queries and uploaded a patch to improve the UI on the Lingotek Translation module.
- Mark Casias uploaded a fix for using Devel with Admin Toolbar.
- Melissa Bent created a fix for a bug in the Tamper module and worked out a fix that allowed the CodeCoverage library to properly load its dependency files.
- I created a patch for Baidu Push to indicate that the Language module is actually required, a patch for Guardr to add back in the project prefixes, and created a new Drupal.org Links module.
Mediacurrent provides some extra time during the week for folks to scratch their own itches, and sometimes people triage issue queues instead of watching football on TV :-)
- Melissa provided us some examples for using nested menu items on the YAML Content module.
- Stephen Lucero continued working on improvements for his Switches module.
- I helped reroll and tidy up some patches for the Context module, triaged the Metatag module and Date module’s issue queues a bit, and released Search & Replace Scanner v7.x-1.1 and Panels Everywhere 8.x-4.0-beta1
A little light this month, but there are still two good blog posts from our team.
- Tara Arnold introduced the many sessions that Mediacurrent staff will be presenting at DrupalCon Seattle 2019.
- Becky Cierpich took a step beyond simple localization into the greater design considerations that are necessary for a multilingual site.
Contrib Half Hour
We squeezed in four Contrib Half Hour meetings into the month, despite the company being closed for Turkey Day.
November 1st - Issues lab
November 8th - run-tests.sh
November 15th - Q&A
November 29th - Testing lab
Lots of folks were working on their presentation proposals for DrupalCon Seattle 2019. see Tara’s blog post for details. There are also several events coming up soon that we’ll be attending, including DrupalCamp NJ and Florida DrupalCamp in February and then NERDSummit in March.
That’s it for this month. Hope everyone in the Northern Hemisphere stays warm, everyone in the Southern Hemisphere enjoys their summer, and the folks in the middle don’t brag too much!