Opensource Flexible Content Management System (CMS)
Version 2 has been released for two months and is stable. Greg took over as maintainer and cleaned out the issue queue and released a stable version of Web services module. View the video here.
Web services uses in Drupal have historically been for Flash, however lately use for Mobile applications has taken off.
The way web services work:
This was a great presentation.
Doug Vann & Rain Breaw made reference to a presentation on views done 2009 in Los Angeles.
Drush is a command line shell and Unix scripting interface that automates may administration tasks for Drupal. The new drush version 4 adds commands. You can read the documentation to explain more. There is also the drush.org web site at drush.ws. Look for examples at:<drush path>/examples/
"Cloud Computing does not mean what you think it does. Open Web services and Open Data are just as important as Open source code."
Tim referred to his blogs The War for the Web, and The State of the Internet Operating System. Also, he referred to the blog Truly Open Data.
Dries Buytaert welcomed us by saying he was a little nervous facing the 3000 people at DrupalCon SF this year. He got started by showing a web site Drupalistas stuck in Europe.
This is the first year the Drupal Keynotes are broadcast with live video over the web.
Took a site from .4 million hits, 96,000 hits per week. 65K users 15K Nodes. Site was locking up every few days
How did we do it?
We did not use any of the modules.
Many services running that not needed like FTP
No PHP accelerator, no memcache
JQuery by John Rowny jrowny.com
Presentation download at: http://developedbymiche.com/downloads
Turn on Views CCK with node Reference and node relationships