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Installing Drupal 7 from scratch using Drush

Drush is awesome. If you haven't already installed Drush check http://drupal.org/project/drush It's pretty easy to setup, just download, create an alias for it, then run and go.

One of the great features of Drush for Drupal 7 is you can do a brand new site install with two simple commands. First setup a MySQL user and database, and note the user/pass.

Educause 2010 conference

Some online conference programs that I may go to:


IT Incident Communications: Keeping Customers in the Loop During an IT Meltdown
2:30-3:20pm on the 28th

Open-source strategies
8-8:50 on the 29th

Games the best way to learn period
1-1:50 on the 29th

Openness, Data, and a Sustainable Future for Education (or Community source)
3:30-4:20 on the 29th

Replace color in a gif using imagemagick or GIMP

I'll start out with a disclaimer. I hate GIMP, I absolutely truly do. I love Paint.NET. I love Krita. I hate GIMP. It's as simple as that. Take a look at The Design of Everyday Things for reasons as to why GIMP sucks.

Is it possible to make xyz.com or a site like Facebook with Drupal?

Is it possible to make xyz.com or a site like Facebook or any other combination of name and currently existing application with Drupal?

Setting up a local Subversion server/repository and resolving the resulting errors

First of all, if you are developing code, you should be using version control. What you use is up to you. I have a love hate relationship with SVN, but I also use SVN and CVS.

Setting up the initial SVN server and repository is easy if you are running Ubuntu Linux like I am. Check out these great instructions: http://www.subversionary.org/howto/setting-up-a-subversion-server-on-ubu...


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