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Unbelievable

Poor conspiracy theorists... how can they ever hope to keep up with conspiracy reality?

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Planned enhancement: submodule that presets pathauto

Assuming community-managed taxonomy goes the route of providing its own taxonomy_term_path() function, say cmt/term/# here's a nice enhancement, along the lines of the "partial install profile" idea.

This sub-module would require cmt, of course, and also pathauto. It would warn you that if you have already set up automatic url aliases, enabling this module will overwrite them, but if you haven't, it will create default prettier paths for you. (Probably vocabulary-name/term-name/subterm-name).

Assuming community-managed taxonomy goes the route of providing its own taxonomy_term_path() function, say cmt/term/# here's a nice enhancement, along the lines of the "partial install profile" idea.

This sub-module would require cmt, of course, and also pathauto. It would warn you that if you have already set up automatic url aliases, enabling this module will overwrite them, but if you haven't, it will create default prettier paths for you. (Probably vocabulary-name/term-name/subterm-name).

Of course maybe we'd have to do some work to even expose the paths to pathauto.

OpenMoko free software mobile phones

Forget the iPhone. Are you absolutely fed up with cell phones that don't let you freely export your contacts to your computer and to other phones? Synchronize, even? (Well, I do hope iPhone uses Address Book, which uses an open format.)

Enter OpenMoko, open source free software for cellular telephones:

OpenMoko.com, the product site,

and

OpenMoko.org, the development community site.

Boolean comparison operator without an if statement

So it turns out you can use boolean comparison operators without an if statement:

So it turns out you can use boolean comparison operators without an if statement:

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Anyone know what's happening with this line? the "==" in that spot is

completely new to me, and I can't find it in any PHP documentation... I
can't imagine it succeeds in doing anything (it doesn't affect the value of
$node->community_tags_form when I print it), but as I steal from
community_tags I want to be sure I don't remove anything somehow essential...

$node->community_tags_form = variable_get('community_tags_display_' .
$node->type, COMMUNITY_TAGS_MODE_TAB) == COMMUNITY_TAGS_MODE_INLINE;

Women and the Power To Drupal

The lack of female representation in open source free software, Drupal included, is a scandal.

And this is coming from a Collective member (Benjamin) with a class focus and his Dad's prejudice against the affirmative action no one attacks, Title IX (more accurately Dad's problem was all the rich white women and daughters benefiting while not saying a word or lifting a finger to protect).

So I think Drupal training and introducing and outreach could be a great thing for disadvantaged groups, those with no

The lack of female representation in open source free software, Drupal included, is a scandal.

And this is coming from a Collective member (Benjamin) with a class focus and his Dad's prejudice against the affirmative action no one attacks, Title IX (more accurately Dad's problem was all the rich white women and daughters benefiting while not saying a word or lifting a finger to protect).

So I think Drupal training and introducing and outreach could be a great thing for disadvantaged groups, those with no

But I also think we need a focus on involving women too, because a tiny percentage (Google Summer of Code was glad to get two percent) is simply wrong.

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.