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Paid contributing to Drupal

Starting this year, I have the opportunity to contribute to Drupal and get paid for it. While I've had sponsored time in the past, this time it's recurring: Dropsolid is paying me a day a month to work on Drupal core or contrib. 1 day is limited, however, make no mistake, even one day is useful to get into the queue and review issues or commit patches on contrib modules I maintain. And of course, I credit them in the issue queue.

Send me a webmention with Drupal!

After months of reading, experimenting and a lot of coding, I'm happy that the first release candidate of the Drupal IndieWeb module is out. I guess this makes the perfect time to try it out for yourself, no? There are a lot of concepts within the IndieWeb universe, and many are supported by the module. In fact, there are 8 submodules, so it might be daunting to start figuring out which ones to enable and what they exactly allow you to do.

Quasi un'Utopia : tryouts first movement

It's official: I'm not going to perform the complete Moonlight Sonata this year. I'm not giving up the dream though, it will just take a little longer. The main reason for the delay is simply time, so I need to come up with a plan to make sure I have more time next year to study the entire piece. Hopefully, more on that later.