[development] feeds for docs? and "developers" group?

Dmitri Gaskin dmitrig01 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 7 15:19:26 UTC 2009

Use the documentation mailing list.


On Mar 7, 2009, at 4:49 AM, Ivan Sergio Borgonovo wrote:

> Reading the "When it's Ready" thread I've just learned 2 important
> things:
> - there is an automatic tool to help porting modules (deadwood)
> - now there are good docs about SimpleTest
> Sometimes I look into discussions or docs or "groups" to see how to
> best deal with cvs when you use another tool internally, how to
> setup multisite, if there is anything new about DB API I could
> exploit etc...
> Sometimes the docs get stale, outdated or it just don't solve my
> problem.
> a) it would be nice if dev could be kept updated on changes to
> specific sections of docs.
> b) is there a place to discuss about how to become better drupal
> developers? techniques, tools etc...
> Every time I learn something from a ml that could be useful to
> others or I may "forget" I've the habit to take notes on my (oh!)
> drupal website.
> If there was a place where to discuss how to become better drupal
> developers (and maybe there is such a place) I think the
> documentation would be even larger and maybe some recurring topics
> would be less frequent.
> The dev list most frequent use seems to be:
> - core announcements and strategies
> - how do I program this?
> but not: how do I become a better drupal dev?
> -- 
> Ivan Sergio Borgonovo
> http://www.webthatworks.it

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