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[opensource] Last month on the SWS Blog: Flavors of Agile, Cherry Picking Git, Bulk importing redirects, Stanford Sites Updates

Megan Erin Miller meganem at stanford.edu
Fri Aug 8 13:08:23 PDT 2014


Happy Friday!
Last month on the SWS Blog:

   - *Agile Project Management and its flavors: where does Scrum end and
   Kanban begin?*
   <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/agile-project-management-and-its-flavors-where-does-scrum-end-and-kanban-begin>
   (7/30/14) – Linnea dives into the variations of agile and helps define some
   terms.

   - *Using Display Suite to provide field-level permissions*
   <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/using-display-suite-provide-field-level-permissions>
   (7/28/14) – Caryl shows you how to display different amounts of content to
   anonymous and authenticated users.

   - *Cherry Picking - Small Git Lesson*
   <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/cherry-picking-small-git-lesson>
   (7/22/14) – Shea explains why small commits allow for big wins using the
   cherry-pick command.

   - *Stanford Sites Updates, July 2014*
   <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/stanford-sites-updates-july-2014>
   (7/21/14) – John outlines the significant changes rolled out to the
   Stanford Sites service in July.

   - *Module of the Day: Path Redirect Import*
   <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/module-day-path-redirect-import>
   (7/14/14) – John gives a tour of the Path Redirect Import module, which
   lets you import redirects in bulk to your Drupal site.

   - *The SWS team is growing!*
   <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/sws-team-growing> (7/9/14) – Sara
   shares her thoughts on choosing to work at Stanford in Drupal, and talks
   about our two brand new positions.

   - *Writing for the Web #6: Freeing your content from HTML tables used
   for layout*
   <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/writing-web-6-freeing-your-content-html-tables-used-layout>
   (7/9/14) – Linnea talks about the appropriate and not appropriate ways to
   use HTML tables on your website.

   - *Getting Started on Sites: How to Add a Google Map to your Website -
   Updated*
   <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/getting-started-sites-how-add-google-map-your-website-updated>
   (7/7/14) – Cynthia shares updated instructions on how to embed a Google Map
   to your website.


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