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It is extremely problematic to train an AI on code covered by Open Source licenses and then allow people to release this copiloted code without licensing compliance, opines Matt Obert. He was answering a question about pair programming tools in a slack interview by TDT ahead of the New England Drupal Camp 2022.
Coordinator of Drupal Decoupled Menus Initiative and a Senior Technology Consultant at Pantheon, Brian Perry, see framework-agnostic web components as a good fit for Drupal. In this email interview, Brian talks to the Drop Times about his first brush with the community and the Generic Drupal Web Components project.
Manager of Developer Advocacy at Pantheon, John Richards II, talks to the Drop Times about why D7 is no more an option and how while differences fade away between WordPress and Drupal, capabilities emerge demarcating the two.
With people “quiet quitting” in droves, we must understand the value of building engagement, community, and connection, says Dori Kelner in her reply to an email interview that the TDT took in the wake of the New England Drupal Camp 2022.
We had to reshape the structure and vision for [DrupalCon Portland] to better meet community needs in a COVID-conscious world, recalls Von Eaton as he speaks about the importance of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The Director of Programs, DA, was replying to TDT over an email correspondence as a curtain raiser to the New England Drupal Camp 2022.
As long as the Drupal community is willing to experiment with new methods, frameworks, and technologies and openly share that knowledge, then I see a long future for Drupal, predicts Michael Miles as he replies to our email interview prior to the New England Drupal Camp 2022.
Whether it’s an eCommerce site with a little bit of content or a content site with a little bit of eCommerce Drupal Commerce allows you to get up and running quickly with standard eCommerce functionality, vouches Kyle Einecker, a Senior Technical Architect at Perficient. TDT talked to him at the onset of the New England Drupal Camp 2022.
A big part of security is related to processes, not code, tells Benji Fisher, a provisional member of Drupal Security Team who works for Fruition. The Drop Times interviews him at the onset of New England Drupal Camp 2022.