October turned out to be a pretty good month at Mediacurrent for contributions.
- Bob Kepford built a patch to improve the UX of the Panels variant sort page.
- Michelle Cox fixed some bugs on the D8 port of Metatag that a client noticed.
- I continued making improvements to the Metatag module’s internationalization support.
We had quite an awesome month in terms of self-directed contributions, with an impressive 148 hours in total!
- David Younker released v7.x-1.1 of his Instagram Social Feed module.
- Dan Polant continued improving the Commerce Coupon module.
- Michelle continued her mission to keep drupal.org and its subsites spam-free.
- I made some additional improvements to the Metatag module and released Code Per Node (CPN) v7.x-1.6, Twitter v6.x-5.4, v7.x-5.11 and v7.x-6.2.
During October, much of our focus was directed toward continued efforts to port modules to Drupal 8:
- Alex McCabe worked on the Third Party Wrappers module port.
- David made excellent progress on porting Instagram Social Feed.
- Bob released an early port of his ShowMeYourEmail module.
- Mark Casias continued on his port of the Smart Trim module.
- Michelle resurrected her Author Pane port.
- Michelle and I continued work on the Metatag port.
I must also give a special mention to Matt Davis who spent a huge amount of time this month starting an international organization to help Drupalers work together for humanitarian projects. This will be an amazing opportunity for people to reach outside of their spheres of influence and truly make a difference in the world. Stay tuned for details from Matt once it’s ready.
This month’s events
November brings a company retreat, plus a national holiday, so it’ll be a bit slow on the contrib front, but Drupal 8’s release should continue to drive us forward on our porting efforts.