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Didn't realize that Mountain Project had a Google Maps widget that uses OpenLayers.

The Administration Views module is a significant improvement out of the box for content editors, providing a starting point for building a much more useful content administration tool. Because it provides a set of Views displays, it's easy to extend.  However, if you're trying to export your views using Features you'll run into the problem of having two default views trying to use the same machine name, so Features can't export or...

The "Dev Seed Stack" consists of a set of modules originally built by Development Seed, which are responsible for much of the reason that Drupal is capable of being maintainable at an enterprise level. The fundamental principle behind the stack is mitigating risk through increased code-level control over a Drupal site.  It is intended to address the following concerns related to building, maintaining, and editing content in an enterprise Drupal site:

  • Exposing the site to less risk by moving all development out of the production...

"OK, you're all set."  

I appreciate efficiency.  I appreciate people who are good at what they do.  My mechanic, the guys who replaced my apartment windows this morning, the chef at a decent restaurant: people who have their process down to a science keep the creature comforts of the world running.  No different than mine, when broken down into component tasks, there is rarely anything inherently difficult in performing most jobs.  The combination of sets of simple tasks into a complex process wratchets the difficulty up a notch, but only generally to the...

For Drupal sites of any size, even a relatively small amount of traffic can lead to unfortunate page load times.  For the number of db calls each page requires, you'll be looking at some poor performance and hungry visitors.  A quick jaunt into Memcached and Varnish and your site hums happily along, so long as two visitors hit a given page on your site, inside your cache expiration time frame.  So what happens when you have a pretty significant amount of content which doesn't naturally fit into a model leading visitors to your most recent post - a recipe site, for instance...