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[opensource] Last quarter highlights from the SWS Blog:

Joe Knox jgknox at stanford.edu
Wed Jan 7 14:04:59 PST 2015


Happy New Year!

Last quarter highlights from the SWS Blog:
Introducing our new Drupal 7 theme, Stanford Light <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/introducing-our-new-drupal-7-theme-stanford-light> (9/8/14) – Megan introduces Stanford Light, a new, flexible theme that allows you to easily customize the look-and-feel of your site using several new theme options.
New on Stanford Sites: Stanford BEAN Types module <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/new-stanford-sites-stanford-bean-types-module> (9/18/14) – Linnea outlines one of the new reusable modules built by the Stanford Web Services team designed to make website building faster and better on Stanford Sites.
Hard vs soft configuration: Designing your distribution <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/hard-vs-soft-configuration-designing-your-distribution> (10/27/14) – Shea explains what hard and soft configuration are and how to decide between the two when creating a distribution.
Drupal 7.32 Security Vulnerability <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/drupal-732-security-vulnerability> (10/31/14)  – John answers common questions and outlines what to do regarding a security vulnerability on a recent Drupal 7 release.
Hey BADCamp-ers! Want to work at Stanford? <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/hey-badcamp-ers-want-work-stanford> (11/7/14) – Sara overviews the many opportunities available to those interested in working on the web, particularly at Stanford, and highlights a couple of positions.
BADCamp 2014 take-aways <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/tags/badcamp-2014> (11/18/14) – The Web Services team shares take-aways from BADCamp, where Drupal 8, Agile, automation, and more were discussed.
Doing more with the editor, Part 1, adding CSS styles <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/doing-more-editor-part-1-adding-css-styles> (11/21/14) – Caryl covers how to add classes to an element using the HTML editor pane of the WYSIWYG.
Getting Started on Sites: Creating a New View Mode <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/getting-started-sites-creating-new-view-mode> (12/5/14)  – Cynthia covers how to create a new view mode on your Drupal site. 
Designing with emotion and personality in mind <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/designing-emotion-and-personality-mind> (12/9/14)  – Joe shares how adding personality to the things we create can help produce emotionally engaging experiences that make long-lasting impressions on our audience
Adaptive Architecture: Leave Room to Evolve <https://swsblog.stanford.edu/blog/adaptive-architecture-leave-room-evolve> (12/12/14) – Zach outlines what attribute all forward-thinking technologies share: humility and a belief in the creativity of others

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