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Over 3000 reasons to come to the Drupal South 2019 sprint

by Lee Rowlands /

The 2019 Drupal South sprint is shaping up to be the biggest contribution event in the Australia-Pacific region since Drupalcon Sydney 2013.

This year, core-contributors with over 3000 commit credits between them will be in attendance, including 3 members of the core committers team, 3 members of the Drupal security team, 7 core module/subsystem maintainers as well as maintainers of major contrib modules and command-line tools.

With Drupal 9 just around the corner, this will be a great chance to help the community get popular modules ready for Drupal 9, meet some great people and help shape the future of Drupal.

The PreviousNext team are sponsoring and helping to run the sprint day on Wednesday, November 27th 2019, and there are a few things you can do now to hit the ground running on the day.

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How to fix WebDriver HTTP error 400 Bad Content-Length

by Adam Bramley /

It's a Monday morning and you push your first bit of code for the week. Suddenly all your Javascript tests start failing with crazy errors you've never seen before! And it's not just happening on one project! This post will hopefully help you track down the fix to the Bad Message 400 errors plaguing WebDriver.

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UX Australia 2019: Ethics and Privacy

by Richard Sison /

A recurring theme in the tech industry is one of Ethics in Design. It's often a point of discussion online and was a prevalent  topic at conferences I've attended recently. There is still a lot of work to be done to make design and product teams more aware, responsible and proactive about ethical issues where technology is shaping society and defining culture.

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Classifying, understanding and building models of networked Drupal sites

by Sam Becker /

One of the increasingly popular architectural paradigms that Drupal has been seen as a leader in, is the concept of a single Drupal software package that can be spun up to power networks of websites with varying degrees of commonality. This is usually driven by the ambitious goal of being able to code and configure Drupal once and then leverage that effort as either an entire platform or foundation for many "networked" sites.

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