I wrote a wiki module for version 3.0 (it was working but still needed some more development) and am wondering if it is worth updating it to 4.1 I stoped development mainly because I dont have a wesite to host a site on and because I found that drupal was still a little primative so I thought I might wait for further development before continuing. I would like to know if anyone else would like a wiki module. Also there are basically 2 options, either create a new node type (this is what I did basing it off the colaborative book) or create a filter type module (similar to smilies etc) and I would like to know if anyone has any preferences.Read more
Really Simple Discovery is a way to help client software find the services needed to read, edit, or "work with" server/weblogging software.
The goal is simple. To reduce the information required to UserName, Password, and homepage URL.
The new Recommendation Module for Drupal is a "collaborative filtering" engine. This means that the module predicts interesting nodes, according to your personal tastes.
The innovative principle is based on "automated user-based collaborative filtering". Check, for example, Amazon.com's "Customers who bought this book also..." or the MovieLens university research project.
Think of it as a "word-of-mouth" system, where friends would recommend you interesting nodes.Read more
Not only did Michael do an outstanding job on the content migration but his Drupal blog has a great theme -- it really looks like a lovely blog page and not like every other Drupal site. He also did a nice job of implementing Drupal Image GalleryRead more