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Benjamin Melançon

Installing Drush

We are fTollowing our Debian-inspired sysadmin, Stefan Freudenberg, in the locations of this extra-Drupal project, but you can put it anywhere.

Remember to check the Drush project page for the latest version to wget, and replace the CURRENT-VERSION tarball link with that. This will be the last module you ever have to do that for.

Being Agaric

You have to want to do amazing things with Drupal. You have to be dreaming big.

Forget Drupal (OK, not really). An Agaric has passion for doing what is right for the web, and for the collective, for the people of the world off the web, too.

Building a company is a lot of work; building a collective company may be harder. None of us want to knock ourselves out only so someone can make money. That's great but if that's your primary goal, there are lots of opportunities out there in Drupal right now.

Twitter module for Drupal plus Facebook plus Adium equals end of schizophrenia

One status for all your online identities: the end of schizophrenia! Update your status on your Drupal site, and keep your wider wired and wireless world informed.

First, the Twitter module for Drupal by walkah is very simple and a little non-intuitive as to where to do settings, so we'll start with some Twitter module documentation that should be cleaned up and put on Drupal.org (pending the commit of a patch Agaric used and probably other enhancements of the module).

Increasing PHP file upload limits... capabilities is another matter

Upping PHP's maximum file size upload limit:

Your problem: the file upload settings page on your Drupal site (if you've found it) is telling you silly PHP won't let people upload big files, to wit:

Your PHP settings limit the maximum file size per upload to 2 MB.

There's two places that this has to change in your php.ini file; this can also be set in your settings.php PHP initialization variables.

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