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This website is composed of information connected through taxonomy. It is simultaneously a proof-of-concept and a means to allow Agaric to share and store information both within the collective and the world as part of our open documentation philosophy.

Agaric Wants user-choosable public or private profile fields

From an IRC chat in the Drupal channel today:

From an IRC chat in the Drupal channel today:

killes: anybody know of a cck module that lets the node creator decide which field is visible by other roles?
WimLeers: killes: http://drupal.org/project/cck_field_perms
owahab: WimLeers: this doesn't allow author to decide
owahab: I suggest you take a look at what WimLeers listed
WimLeers: the least amount of work would be to start from/extend cck_field_perms I think
owahab: plus: http://drupal.org/project/workflow_fields which has a good UI

Made me think of my old request for civicrm to have private and public options on profile fields

Drupal community and commitment to the people who made it possible

The Drupal Association, or failing that another representative of the Drupal community (that has money) like Agaric's proposed PowerToDrupal project, has an implicit commitment to the people who've made it possible. That is, Dries or Chx or Killes or Webchick (or anyone on this page) should never be penniless on the street.

The Drupal Association, or failing that another representative of the Drupal community (that has money) like Agaric's proposed PowerToDrupal project, has an implicit commitment to the people who've made it possible. That is, Dries or Chx or Killes or Webchick (or anyone on this page) should never be penniless on the street.

Maybe that's completely impossible for the European developers, but it's not entirely out of the realm of possibility for U.S. and third world c

Is my Mac the only one with the save file dialog sidebar bug?

Mac os x desktop icon repeats in file save dialog.

A very annoying bug. Anyone else have it? Fixed it?

Agaric wants a Quality Assurance suite in and for Drupal

More research needed, but a quality assurance group on groups.drupal.org is probably in order.

More research needed, but a quality assurance group on groups.drupal.org is probably in order.

Open source Mac (and Linux) developers: take over SBook5

Great news!

The most amazing address book ever, SBook5 by Simson L. Garfinkle is being released to the community as open source software. I hope someone picks it up, and ports this Mac OS X application to Linux, also. Add a good clip and clipboard recorder to Linux and I am there when my iBook expires. (I hope to see a lot of people taking a path from the wilderness of Windows to the majesty of Mac to the glory of open source...)

Change management: secret project in the works at WorkHabit

WorkHabit provides an update on their Autopilot project to make updating and upgrading and developing for major Drupal sites much more sane.

Agaric will be watching this closely and helping if we can. We've offered to try to work with it now but we probably won't be able to contribute anything until their first release of source code.

Future of interactive media technology

(In an effort to spare people from my e-mail onslaught, I'm blogging about this forward...)

Dan Hakimzadeh wrote:
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Subject: Behind the coffee table!

http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid271552687/bctid933742930

You're not supposed to do everything live on the server?

set up your web site development environment.

Steps here:

http://drewish.com/node/68

And live help Sunday (rescheduled from last Sunday)

http://drupaldojo.com/

Having a test environment on your computer will completely change the way you work, theme, think, and soon program. At least I'm sure it would if Apache on my computer weren't slower than mud.

A day after learning about Git, SVN gives me trouble

Longest commit message to date, and I hope ever:

User Interface and collaborating with Taxonomy Manager

fago: Another thing, keep in mind that users should be using your interface - not administrators. so usability is much more important.

agaric: yup. I'm hoping to learn/steal quite a lot from Matthias

fago: So we should cooperate with taxonomy manager - e.g. it'll contain a form for the selection of a term in hierarchy. that would be useful for us too!

agaric: exactly!

fago: Another thing, keep in mind that users should be using your interface - not administrators. so usability is much more important.

agaric: yup. I'm hoping to learn/steal quite a lot from Matthias

fago: So we should cooperate with taxonomy manager - e.g. it'll contain a form for the selection of a term in hierarchy. that would be useful for us too!

agaric: exactly!

fago: yeah. just talk to him, so that the code-reuse is working without any hassles
fago: perhaps he could write it as a new form element, that would make reusing it really easy..
fago: another thing, do you plans how to integrate the UI? Where will users see the interface of your module?