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Porting Flag to Drupal 8: PSR-0

MuIn the previous post, we had just started with porting the Flag module over to Drupal 8. We converted the *.info file to the new YAML file format. We also created a branch in the git repository on Drupal.org. At this point, the module is far from functional. While we can enable it, even visit the Admin > Structure > Flags page, creating a flag results in a massive 500 error on the server. Our next task is to find out why that happened, and do what we can to fix it. 

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Porting Flag to Drupal 8: Branching and Info Files

I was rinsing my hair in the shower trying to think of what to do with myself the next two weeks. 

I'm usually horrible with vacations. If I don't give myself a task on which to focus, I'll end my time off feeling exhausted, unfulfilled, and angry at myself for "wasting" so much precious time. I've wanted to contribute to Drupal 8 so badly these last few months that sometimes I'd go to bed after a long day of work and household duties tearful. So when my vacation time started, I decided I wanted to work on Drupal 8, but what specifically?

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A blog entry in two parts

Yesterday was very frustrating. The roofing guy was late, and did not give an immediate estimate. While this is actually a good sign as I feel they will provide a much firmer estimate than all others, it is delaying the entire decision process. What really got to me, however, was that Pashy's new laptop appears to be damaged on arrival. I understand that it's not my fault, and that Zareason has procedures to handle this sort of thing, but it hasn't prevented me from beating myself up about it.

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Work Journal for Monday, July 2nd 2013

Work went a bit better on the second half today.

I had started a post early this morning, trying to sort out what I should do with the first module of the MMTM class. I finally started to sort out the "plot" when my browser locked up, resulting in the post being tossed in the bit bucket where deleted files and previously allocated memory go. Thankfully, I was able to copy everything down to the summary slide of the module. This made me wonder if I should always start with the summary slide of the module, instead of starting from the first slide. 

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Work Journal for Monday, July 1st 2013

Work started off well this morning. I was sorting out what of the existing course material needs additional polish. Instead of starting at the first module, I started at the third module and started to work backwards. Most of the course is actually in a pretty good state. All of the lessons lack quizzes, of course, but modules two and three are fairly solid. Module one on the other hand, feels muddled and confused. Somewhere in the process of trying to describe the product and why it exists, I became lost. 


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