Benjamin Melançon's blog
When all goes according to plan—which is surprisingly often—theming in Drupal 8 is a straightforward matter of editing templates and stylesheets. We found things did not go according to plan when styling page-level action links (such as "Add new Forum topic") and content-level action links (or node links as Drupal 8 still calls them, such as "read more" or "add comment"). We are going to show how to add Bootstrap-specific styles, but the same approaches would be useful to add special stylings, button-like or otherwise, to selected action links and node links. Continue reading to learn how we were able to apply the styles we wanted.
People contributing modules or themes for listing on Drupal.org receive a welcome, or lack thereof, that would have driven away many of us now active in the community. With hundreds of requests moldering awaiting review, the project application process continues to be a community crisis, and it has been acknowledged as such for five years. We are casting aside the literal future of Drupal, with a likely disproportionate impact on disadvantaged contributors. Any separate process for new contributors will inherently be unequal, and will tend toward awful.
On November 13th and 14th in New York City, several hundred people gathered to talk about the problems of an online economy reliant on monopoly, extraction, and surveillance—and discuss how to build a "cooperative Internet, built of platforms owned and governed by the people who rely on them."
IndieWebCamp is a movement dedicated to growing the independent web, or IndieWeb: a people-focused alternative to the corporate web. The movement is called IndieWebCamp because it is built in large part over an on-going series of two-day camps. At these camps and online, the community emphasizes principles over particular projects or software— any web site can be a part of the IndieWeb. Here's how to take a first step into the IndieWeb with Drupal.