Once, the Drupal community had Mollom, and everything was good. It was a web service that would let you use an API to scan comments and other user-submitted content and it would let your site know whether it thought it was spam, or not, so it could safely publish the content. Or not. It was created by our very own Dries Buytaert and obviously had a Drupal module. It was the service of choice for Drupal sites struggling with comment spam. Unfortunately, Mollom no longer exists. But there is an alternative, from the WordPress world: Akismet.
This year’s DrupalCon program committee was bigger, and perhaps more ambitious, than ever before! This was my (betalister) first time wrangling this project and I’m grateful to have had the honor of their company and support while on this big adventure.
Contributing to Drupal : Approaches and Perks Tuba Ayyubi Sun, 05/03/2020 – 15:37 This is part two of a two-part series on different ways and benefits of contributing to an open-source project. In the first part, we looked at the perks of contributing to an open-source project. In this article, we will explore Drupal project, […]
Skpr – pronounced Skipper – is a cloud hosting platform specifically designed to maximise the productivity of development teams by giving them full control right from the command line. by Nick Schuch / 8 October 2019 During our consulting engagements with large organisations, we recognised a clear trend; they were moving away from narrow, single-site hosting […]