As there must be Rules at the Drupalcon Munich as well, I've had a Rules session together with Richard Jones from i-KOS. Head over to the session page for a summary and find the slides attached attached to this post as well. Moreover, you can find all the screencasts we've used during the presentation here as well. It's a real Drupal commerce site we've been using in the session to show how Rules can be used to solve real life problems.
At the Drupalcon Denver I've given a talk called "Drupalize your data: use entities!". Check out the recording of my talk and find the slides attached: Also, I've been instructing at the "Rules Mastery" training, together with Johan Falk, Dick Olsson and Klaus Purer. The training materials are all available online so check them out at http://tinyurl.com/rulesmastery! To get into Rules check out the The tiny book of Rules - kudos to Johan Falk again :-)
Attached are the slides of the Entity API + Entity Property API core conversation talk Peter Wolanin and me had today at the Drupalcon London. The video can be found here. It pretty much just contains just some points and thoughts we discussed at the talk.
You can find the slides of our presentation of Rules attached to his post. The presentation has included a demonstration of a "Notifications" feature, what enables users to subscribe to changes of a node.
For anyone interested, here are the slides of the session. I'll also add the link to the video here, once it is available.
DrupalCon San Francisco was an amazing DrupalCon - about 3000 attendees!!! I had really great luck to be there at all, we passed the volcano ash by one day! Sadly lots of European Drupalistas had not so much luck :( I really enjoyed the conference, in particular the core developer summit & the code sprints. Gladly the lightning talk I submitted for the core developer summit was selected, so I gave a short talk about Drupal's data APIs - Why inhomogeneous APIs suck - clearly entities are the way to go!
Better late as never, so here are the slides from the rules presentation at the drupalcon. I'm also attaching the two features which were built with rules during the presention:
I'm happy to announce the rules 6.x 1.0 BETA 1 release. Check out the rules project page and try it. Now the API is frozen and modules developers are encouraged to write module integration and to port their workflow-ng integration to rules. You can find the documentation here. To get token support everywhere in your actions you just have to install the latest development snapshot of it. Now basically everything is there, including support for
- firing core actions
- grouping rules in rule sets
- scheduling arbitrary rule sets
- a module input evaluation system
- and much more!
If you are interested in the slides of the worklfow-ng session, here are they.