After years of giving a terrible initial experience to people who want to share their first project on Drupal.org, the Project Applications Process Revamp is a Drupal Association key priority for the first part of 2017.
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.
Have you ever been asked to log into a website while you are viewing a page? And after doing so you get redirected to some page other than the one you were reading? This is an obvious and rather common usability problem. When this happens people lose track of what they were doing and some might not even bother to go back. Let's find out how to solve this in Drupal 8.
The International Summit of Cooperatives convened in Quebec in 2016. The general message of the conference was that cooperatives are everywhere and one only needs to raise awareness for this idea to spread. That seems to be happening as evidenced by the attendance at this conference - 3000 people from 117+ countries according to the International Co-operative Alliance (ICA.coop) one of the sponsors of #ISCOOP2016.
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.