[development] Remove q=node from required modules

Robert Douglass rob at robshouse.net
Tue Aug 11 11:22:51 UTC 2009

Since when do we expect end users to write code?

I know it's easy to do. That's why it should still be easy to get the  
feature into D7.

Robert Douglass

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On Aug 11, 2009, at 12:52 PM, Damien Tournoud wrote:

> The only true answer is: learn to add three lines of PHP code.
> http://paris2009.drupalcon.org/session/how-use-light-side-bend-drupal-your-way
> Damien
> On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 12:24 PM, Fred Jones <fredthejonester at gmail.com 
> > wrote:
> > I would like to argue that the required bits of core should not  
> offer
> > any paths that display content listings, and that the behavior of  
> q=node
> > in the case that no content is published/promoted is particularly
> > damaging and should be removed.
> I would basically agree--having a switch to turn it off would be VERY
> smart for many sites we build also. I have browsed to /node on some
> sites just to see what kind of garbage (i.e. not properly themed)
> comes up. Many sites have pretty ugly stuff.
> Thanks

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