Open Source Sprint - London April 2017

Every Open Source project faces many of the same problems. Sure, our solutions and implementations will be different but we are all looking at the same things. We can all benefit from each others experience. This is one of the reasons that I regularly attend my local Drupal user group. Not to learn about Drupal but to learn how they addressed the issue and what were the reasons behind the decisions. 

Of course the fact that they are a great group of people and we enjoy a beer or three together after the meeting helps as well.

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This is a guest blog post by Elisa Foltyn

I already setup a lot of websites, but usualy the customers only make small changes to the contents, added some news and left the bigger tasks for me.

This year a customer came along, to whom I promised: “You will be able to edit content very easy.” - Isn’t it the User Experience Guarantee we always give to our users?

It has bugged me for a long time that the search on this site is broken. I've never had the time to work out why but today I did so let me share it with you so that you can fix it on your site as well.

We all know that for google and other search engines the most important search term will be in your heading. So if you have two articles that match the search term the article with the search term in the title will appear first.

The web was meant to be read, not squished.
This isn't the way to test a responsive design.