I found a really nice way of packaging up drush as a debian package without having to go through all the hassle of creating all the files for a “true” debian package. You’ll need the following: Git Composer FPM gem You can then run the following commands to setup your base environment for packaging: git clone email@example.com:drush-ops/drush.git cd drush composer install sudo gem install fpm To test to make sure your latest master copy of drush is working quickly run either drush or drush —version Now you are ready to package the contents up: fpm -s dir -t deb -n...
After a long break we’re back and ready to get sprinting again.
I’m looking forward to getting stuck into Drupal 8 migrate in preparation for my talk at Drupal Camp Yorkshire.
More details on the event can be found at http://www.meetup.com/nwdrupal/events/178627442/ don’t forget to read my sprint manifesto here.
Back when I was a young kid I remember being influenced by so much music. My Dad with heavy rock from the 70/80s, my mum with Elton John and random Christian based music. Stand out album from this period has to be: The Waterboys - Fishermans Blues - Stand out track has to be “We Will Not Be Lovers”, to this day I love this track. I was recently reminded of this while watching Dom Hemingway, Doms daughter covers “Fishermans Blues” quite well. As a grew up I found the sounds of electronic music. I remember buying so many Euphoria...
Here’s my presentation from nwdug in April 2014
Over the weekend I’ve been working on migrating my site away from Drupal. I managed to get everything up and running on Octopress but it just doesn’t feel right.
It’s not as flexible as Drupal and it seems the simplest of things breaks it. In theory I like the concept of Octopress but it just seems clunky compared to Drupal.
I’ll be slowly making upgrades to this site:
Tidying the theme up
Adding extra theme elements
Adding some colour!!!