Drupal in Paradise

Our office in San Francisco is pretty cool, but to commemorate our first year in business we decided to roll down the coast and do a little Drupal development somewhere even more wonderful than San Francisco. S ...
Las Vegas casino magnet Steve Wynn was rumored to say that Defcon was "a dangerous and chaotic mess" that will "never set foot in one of my hotels". I guess his comments are understandable. During one conferenc ...
(Note: this post is part one in a two-part series. Part two is here .) One of the most interesting sessions at OSCMS 2007 for me was the discussion billed as " Is Drupal an Enterprise Solution? " I attended in ...
Chapter Three is now maintaining Drupal's Textile module . As readers of this blog will know, we're suspicious of faux-WYSIWYG editor interfaces here at Chapter Three. They tend to be misleading, create complex ...
I (heart) jQuery . The "write less, do more" library has turned me from a javascript hater into a true-believer over the past six months. Not only does it obliterate the pain of cross-browser compatibility issu ...

Dotster Does Drupal?

Today I got an email from the Dotster domain registrar, where I have a few old domains, advertising a new site-builder. In the interest of keeping up with the state of the industry, I click through to check out ...
Navigation. Without it, we'd all be lost. And yet, for many of us power-users site navigation can be something of an afterthought, with "a useful set of links" falling somewhere below "hackable urls" on our per ...
In April, NASA CoLab announced an RFP for " Partnership Software " which very explicitly requested the software to be built on an open source CMS, used for one particular use case, then packaged up and released ...