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Firefox not respecting CACert

Resolution

To import the CACert certificate used by Agaric test sites, go to http://www.cacert.org/index.php?id=3

Go to the Class 3 PKI Key section and click on Intermediate Certificate (PEM Format).

Firefox will then ask what you want to trust.

Background: Firefox not respecting CACert

Secure Connection Failed

mail.agaricdesign.net uses an invalid security certificate.

Acquia forums closed to non-subscribers

Going to https://acquia.com/network/forum when not logged in results in this:

Thank you for your interest in the Acquia Network. You have attempted to access a page that requires an Acquia Network subscription in order to view.
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Drupal Meetup Etiquette

I've been working with drupal and have been a part of the community for a fews years now. Although I may not be the most active member around, I have attended a decent amount of drupal meetups all over Massachusetts and New York City. I've seen what works, and I've seen what doesn't, the reason for this post is to state my opinion on what the purpose and goal of a meetup should be, and how it should be conducted.

Increase Drupal logout time limit

http://drupal.org/project/persistent_login

4.7 era answer:

Increase cookie lifetime in settings.php with an ini_set command or, recommended, use the persistent login module:

http://jaspan.com/persistent_login_module_1_1#comment-1348

Resolution

How to reset the theme registry

Update for D7:

drupal_flush_all_caches();

drupal_flush_all_caches() should work for just about anything. registry_rebuild() alone did not work in my tests.

Drupal 6

The Drupal function to reset the theme registry is drupal_rebuild_theme_registry (D6).

You can add it to your template.php while developing:

Agaric wants a "Save and Add New" button for content types

Agaric wanted and now has happily found a way to submit a node and get the create new content form immediately.

And there is a module to do that:
http://drupal.org/project/submit_more

(I recall I wanted it as a button to "save and add new" – I still think that would be a superior user interface.)

Semantic Web Firefox Extensions

Half of Agaric, at least, has installed these plugins for Mozilla-based browsers:

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