So you’ve heard about the plucky new all-in-one host-it-yourself Linux distribution that’s turning Raspberry Pi’s into Freedom Boxes? ArkOS is a nifty little Arch Linux spin-off with slick marketing and granny-friendly interface. Yes it runs owncloud, dovecot, XMPP, transmission, and many more.… Read the rest
The bug in OpenSSL nicknamed “heartbleed” that was discovered this week has been labelled “catastrophic“, “11 out of 10” for seriousness, and credited with “undoing web encryption“. It reached the height of mainstream press yesterday with dedicated front page articles on The Guardian and and The New York Times.… Read the rest
People make mistakes. That’s why anyone worth their salt is using version control systems like Git for their code these days. The closest we can currently come to version control for Drupal products, is use of the revisioning system. And if you’re here, I’ll assume that you know what that is, and what it does.
Open Layers are great, Drupal are great, and the OpenLayers and associated Drupal modules that combine the two are especially great. Unless, like most modern security-conscious websites, you’re using encrypted connections to your server with SSL. In that case, maps are unfortunately invisible wherever they’re used, both on public pages, and in administrative and content editing pages.