Apr 09 2019
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DrupalCon Seattle includes are a number of core conversations where you can learn about current topics in Drupal core development, and a week of sprints where you can participate in shaping Drupal's future.

In addition to the core conversations, we have a few meetings on specific topics for future core development. These meetings will be very focused, so contact the listed organizer for each if you are interested in participating. There are also birds-of-a-feather (BoF) sessions, which are open to all attendees without notice.

Also be sure to watch Dries' keynote for ideas about Drupal's future! Check out the extended Dries Q&A session on Thursday as well to get even more questions answered.

All meetings will be in Room 507-508 in convention center, except for the retrospective on Thursday which is in Room 401 at the Convention Center, very close to lunch.

Time Topic Organizer Monday, April 8th 1pm Automatic updates David Strauss Monday, April 8th 4pm Symfony 4/5 meeting Alex Pott Tuesday, April 9th 4pm Core compatibility, d.o, contrib semantic versioning discussion XJM Wednesday, April 10th 11am Autosave in core discussion Cristina Chumillas Wednesday, April 10th 3:30pm Media path to stable Adam Hoenich Wednesday, April 10th 5pm CMI boundaries Fabian Bircher Thursday, April 11th 9:45am Frontend deprecation, theme policies Lauri Eskola Thursday, April 11th 12pm Initiative leads retrospective discussion Gabor Friday, April 12th 10am Drupal strategy, how to do less, how to gracefully remove things Alex Pott Friday, April 12th 11am Layout translations discussion Ted Bowman Friday, April 12th 1pm Claro path to core Cristina Chumillas
Apr 11 2013
Apr 11

Hey Dreeps,

We held our D8 live Q&A session today! Despite a few bumps in the road (google decided to mute everyone for a little while lol), it was a great success :)

Thanks to everyone who sent in questions, and to the IO's for answering them and giving their time so generously :)

Below is a recap of helpful timestamps to check out, a list of resources mentioned, and questions that were answered.

Please tell us if you liked this and would like more!

Best,
Shan

Timestamps of Note

Here are a few key times to note in this presentation since it's 1.5hrs long:
1) Skip ahead to 7:00 because that's when it kicks off.
2) Views update - 7:45
3) CMI update - 11:00
4) Mobile update - 14:00
5) Scotch update - 21:00
6) WSSCI update - 28:00
7) Multilingual update - 31:30
8) Questions & Answers - 35:00 - 1:25
9) Overview of upcoming sprints - 1:25 - end

Resources

Questions we answered

brunodbo
I've heard a lot about D8's steep learning curve for the archetypical 'Drupal/PHP basement hackers', for whom Drupal was often their first real programming experience. What's the best way to tackle that learning curve? + is there going to be/can we organize a 'upgrade your Drupal dev skillz' workshops at DrupalCon?

brunodbo
Is there an example D8 module that people can use to start playing with D8 (contrib) dev?

davereid
So we're in code freeze now as of April 1st. "The goal of the code freeze is to fix remaining bugs, and prepare for release." How is your initiative helping with this goal and shifting from refactoring or major new things that still have to be committed? #D8QA

from kgoelfor start learning d8,
best advice I often hear is get involve in issue queue but working in issue queue without knowing much is hard and frustrating. what is the best way to start learning d8?

shyamala
Is there a structured integrated QA part of the plan? #D8QA

davereid
What would be the advice or "gotchas" that you would tell maintainers starting to port/refactor modules to Drupal 8? #D8QA

mapleleaf
This will most likely be talked about, but just in case: Documentation.... we need to ensure as a community that the docs for d8 are up to date. Can you talk to any requirements for the community to document aspects of d8

msonnabaum
Regarding the steep learning curve, what are you doing to hide some of the complexity from APIs that contrib is expected to use?

davereid
With JSON-LD becoming more of standard by W3C, why are we removing support for it from Drupal core? #D8QA

davereid
For D8MI, since language is just one 'context' where config can be transformed/altered, if a site has more than one active config context, is there a plan on how we resolve multiple context configs? #D8QA

stevector
What are the best practices for contrib making their pages responsive?

stevector
What guidelines can a module maintainer use to know which things to make plugins, which things to make entities, etc?

Mike Hagedon
Would it help Drupal developers to learn how to use the various Symfony Components? #D8QA

are there plans for image uploading/embedding functionality in the WYSIWYG (like eg. Media module does for D7)?

And my personal favorite question lol: When will D8 ship?

Apr 11 2013
Apr 11

Hey Dreeps,

We held our D8 live Q&A session today! Despite a few bumps in the road (google decided to mute everyone for a little while lol), it was a great success :)

Thanks to everyone who sent in questions, and to the IO's for answering them and giving their time so generously :)

Below is a recap of helpful timestamps to check out, a list of resources mentioned, and questions that were answered.

Please tell us if you liked this and would like more!

Best,
Shan

Timestamps of Note

Here are a few key times to note in this presentation since it's 1.5hrs long:
1) Skip ahead to 7:00 because that's when it kicks off.
2) Views update - 7:45
3) CMI update - 11:00
4) Mobile update - 14:00
5) Scotch update - 21:00
6) WSSCI update - 28:00
7) Multilingual update - 31:30
8) Questions & Answers - 35:00 - 1:25
9) Overview of upcoming sprints - 1:25 - end

Resources

Questions we answered

brunodbo
I've heard a lot about D8's steep learning curve for the archetypical 'Drupal/PHP basement hackers', for whom Drupal was often their first real programming experience. What's the best way to tackle that learning curve? + is there going to be/can we organize a 'upgrade your Drupal dev skillz' workshops at DrupalCon?

brunodbo
Is there an example D8 module that people can use to start playing with D8 (contrib) dev?

davereid
So we're in code freeze now as of April 1st. "The goal of the code freeze is to fix remaining bugs, and prepare for release." How is your initiative helping with this goal and shifting from refactoring or major new things that still have to be committed? #D8QA

from kgoelfor start learning d8,
best advice I often hear is get involve in issue queue but working in issue queue without knowing much is hard and frustrating. what is the best way to start learning d8?

shyamala
Is there a structured integrated QA part of the plan? #D8QA

davereid
What would be the advice or "gotchas" that you would tell maintainers starting to port/refactor modules to Drupal 8? #D8QA

mapleleaf
This will most likely be talked about, but just in case: Documentation.... we need to ensure as a community that the docs for d8 are up to date. Can you talk to any requirements for the community to document aspects of d8

msonnabaum
Regarding the steep learning curve, what are you doing to hide some of the complexity from APIs that contrib is expected to use?

davereid
With JSON-LD becoming more of standard by W3C, why are we removing support for it from Drupal core? #D8QA

davereid
For D8MI, since language is just one 'context' where config can be transformed/altered, if a site has more than one active config context, is there a plan on how we resolve multiple context configs? #D8QA

stevector
What are the best practices for contrib making their pages responsive?

stevector
What guidelines can a module maintainer use to know which things to make plugins, which things to make entities, etc?

Mike Hagedon
Would it help Drupal developers to learn how to use the various Symfony Components? #D8QA

are there plans for image uploading/embedding functionality in the WYSIWYG (like eg. Media module does for D7)?

And my personal favorite question lol: When will D8 ship?

Apr 03 2013
Apr 03

Start: 

2013-04-11 10:00 - 11:00 America/New_York

Organizers: 

Event url: 

Drupal 8 is the first development cycle introducing Drupal core initiatives, which are key focus areas for improving Drupal. Each core initiative is led by an individual or small team, and these initiative leads guide the efforts of other core contributors around their initiative. The initiatives are only a part of all Drupal 8 development, but most of the big Drupal 8 changes have been worked on by these initiative teams. (Read more about the core initiatives.)

Several of the initiative leads participated in a Drupal 8 question & answer session at DrupalCon Sydney and it went very well, so we want to repeat that experience by providing another opportunity to talk with the global Drupal community!

Goals of the session:

  • Share the status, milestones, and next steps for each Drupal 8 initiative.
  • Answer your questions: Want to know what’s going on, or how you can get involved? Now’s your chance to talk with us!

Who will be there?

When?

April 11th, 2013 10:00-11:00 am EDT (1400 UTC)

Where?

Via Google Hangout broadcast! (link coming soon)

How do I ask questions?

Send a tweet tagged #D8QA, or join the #drupal-initiativeQA IRC room during the Q&A. (IRC instructions) A moderator will curate the questions.

Who should come to this?

  • Anyone interested in getting a D8 status overview.
  • Developers interested in D8 who want to ask questions.
  • Developers interested in helping finish Drupal 8!
  • Helpers (Devs, Front-end, Theme/Design, UX, Project Mgmt & more!) who want to know how they can help & get involved.

Note that signup is not required, the video will be broadcast and archived. We offer signups as a convenience to get notified.

Apr 03 2013
Apr 03

Start: 

2013-04-11 10:00 - 11:00 America/New_York

Organizers: 

Event url: 

Drupal 8 is the first development cycle introducing Drupal core initiatives, which are key focus areas for improving Drupal. Each core initiative is led by an individual or small team, and these initiative leads guide the efforts of other core contributors around their initiative. The initiatives are only a part of all Drupal 8 development, but most of the big Drupal 8 changes have been worked on by these initiative teams. (Read more about the core initiatives.)

Several of the initiative leads participated in a Drupal 8 question & answer session at DrupalCon Sydney and it went very well, so we want to repeat that experience by providing another opportunity to talk with the global Drupal community!

Goals of the session:

  • Share the status, milestones, and next steps for each Drupal 8 initiative.
  • Answer your questions: Want to know what’s going on, or how you can get involved? Now’s your chance to talk with us!

Who will be there?

When?

April 11th, 2013 10:00-11:00 am EDT (1400 UTC)

Where?

Via Google Hangout broadcast! (link coming soon)

How do I ask questions?

Send a tweet tagged #D8QA, or join the #drupal-initiativeQA IRC room during the Q&A. (IRC instructions) A moderator will curate the questions.

Who should come to this?

  • Anyone interested in getting a D8 status overview.
  • Developers interested in D8 who want to ask questions.
  • Developers interested in helping finish Drupal 8!
  • Helpers (Devs, Front-end, Theme/Design, UX, Project Mgmt & more!) who want to know how they can help & get involved.

Note that signup is not required, the video will be broadcast and archived. We offer signups as a convenience to get notified.

Apr 03 2013
Apr 03

Start: 

2013-04-11 10:00 - 11:00 America/New_York

Organizers: 

Event url: 

Drupal 8 is the first development cycle introducing Drupal core initiatives, which are key focus areas for improving Drupal. Each core initiative is led by an individual or small team, and these initiative leads guide the efforts of other core contributors around their initiative. The initiatives are only a part of all Drupal 8 development, but most of the big Drupal 8 changes have been worked on by these initiative teams. (Read more about the core initiatives.)

Several of the initiative leads participated in a Drupal 8 question & answer session at DrupalCon Sydney and it went very well, so we want to repeat that experience by providing another opportunity to talk with the global Drupal community!

Goals of the session:

  • Share the status, milestones, and next steps for each Drupal 8 initiative.
  • Answer your questions: Want to know what’s going on, or how you can get involved? Now’s your chance to talk with us!

Who will be there?

When?

April 11th, 2013 10:00-11:00 am EDT (1400 UTC)

Where?

Via Google Hangout broadcast! (link coming soon)

How do I ask questions?

Send a tweet tagged #D8QA, or join the #drupal-initiativeQA IRC room during the Q&A. (IRC instructions) A moderator will curate the questions.

Who should come to this?

  • Anyone interested in getting a D8 status overview.
  • Developers interested in D8 who want to ask questions.
  • Developers interested in helping finish Drupal 8!
  • Helpers (Devs, Front-end, Theme/Design, UX, Project Mgmt & more!) who want to know how they can help & get involved.

Note that signup is not required, the video will be broadcast and archived. We offer signups as a convenience to get notified.

Apr 02 2013
Apr 02

Drupal 8 is the first development cycle introducing Drupal core initiatives, which are key focus areas for improving Drupal. Each core initiative is led by an individual or small team, and these initiative leads guide the efforts of other core contributors around their initiative. The initiatives are only a part of all Drupal 8 development, but most of the big Drupal 8 changes have been worked on by these initiative teams. (Read more about the core initiatives.)

Several of the initiative leads participated in a Drupal 8 question & answer session at DrupalCon Sydney and it went very well, so we want to repeat that experience by providing another opportunity to talk with the global Drupal community!

Goals of the session:

  • Share the status, milestones, and next steps for each Drupal 8 initiative.
  • Answer your questions: Want to know what’s going on, or how you can get involved? Now’s your chance to talk with us!

Who will be there?

When?

April 11th, 2013 10:00-11:00 am EDT (1500 UTC)

Where?

Via Google Hangout broadcast! (link coming soon)

How do I ask questions?

Send a tweet tagged #D8QA, or join the #drupal-initiativeQA IRC room during the Q&A. (IRC instructions) A moderator will curate the questions.

Who should come to this?

  • Anyone interested in getting a D8 status overview.
  • Developers interested in D8 who want to ask questions.
  • Developers interested in helping finish Drupal 8!
  • Helpers (Devs, Front-end, Theme/Design, UX, Project Mgmt & more!) who want to know how they can help & get involved.
Mar 18 2013
Mar 18

Hi guys,

I spent a chunk of my sunday updating the initiatives for us, go check out the latest news post-feature freeze and all the top issues here:
http://drupal.org/community-initiatives/drupal-core

Thanks to Ashleigh Thevenet and Shyamala for your help with these :)

Happy Monday!
Shannon

Mar 18 2013
Mar 18

Hi guys,

I spent a chunk of my sunday updating the initiatives for us, go check out the latest news post-feature freeze and all the top issues here:
http://drupal.org/community-initiatives/drupal-core

Thanks to Ashleigh Thevenet and Shyamala for your help with these :)

Happy Monday!
Shannon

Feb 19 2013
Feb 19

Hi everyone,

Massive props to everyone who helped us get to feature complete deadline goals :)

-shannon

Feb 19 2013
Feb 19

Hi everyone,

Massive props to everyone who helped us get to feature complete deadline goals :)

-shannon

Feb 08 2013
Feb 08

Hey dreeps,

Got a question for D8 Initiative owners? Come ask us, we're recording responses at Sydney Core Conversation RIGHT NOW (4pm sydney time), and you can send us questions on twitter using #IOHeckle !

-Shan

Feb 08 2013
Feb 08

Hey dreeps,

Got a question for D8 Initiative owners? Come ask us, we're recording responses at Sydney Core Conversation RIGHT NOW (4pm sydney time), and you can send us questions on twitter using #IOHeckle !

-Shan

Feb 07 2013
Feb 07

To help push D8 Layouts initiative (fondly known as "Scotch") to the finish line for features, we need YOUR SUPPORT NOW MORE THAN EVER!!

We've planned a code sprint on site at DC Sydney, but we're officially inviting you to join no matter where you are via IRC in #drupal-scotch.

WHAT:

Top MVP issues before Feb 18th:

Here's what's needed, please contact XJM or ZenDoodles to find out where you're best suited to work:

  • Context:--> Needs work to get RTBC :D
  • Conditions:--> Needs *REVIEWERS* a lot, please! ask XJM & Zendoodles for specifics
  • Responses:

    a starter patch is up, but needs a lot of work (not for noobies)

    -->Needs c4rl to help write follow-up issues for this that will extend it with methods for containing the other variables used in populating html.tpl.php

    --> Needs people to work on html pre-processing, sdboyer will walk you through it

    --> Needs *REVIEWERS* once the patch is updated

WHO:

  • "I want to help with issue summaries" => always need you guys
  • "I want to help with follow-up issues" => you are critical to our success
  • "I'd like to work on Responses (the replacement for the $page render array)" => we love you long time
  • "I'm just looking for an issue to hop on, I'm a ninja and want to wield my skills for good." => WELCOME TIMES A BILLION

WHEN:

Sprint times find your time zone and join us!

Starts at:

9am Saturday the 9th of February in Sydney, that is:
(10pm Friday in London, 5pm Friday in New York City, 4pm Friday in Chicago, 3pm Friday in Denver, 2pm Friday in Los Angeles)

Until:

5pm Saturday the 9th of February in Sydney, that is:
(6am Saturday in London, 1am Saturday in New York City, Midnight Friday in Chicago, 11PM Friday in Denver, 10pm Friday in Los Angeles)

Help

Sam will be arond during the whole sprint, his handle is sdboyer, Kris will try to also be around occasionally his handle is EclipseGC.

Where

If you're in Sydney, join us at Centennial room on the Lower Ground Level. if you're Somewhere else, feel free to join the IRC room #drupal-scotch

Why

There's still so much to accomplish, if people join in NOW we may actually reach the finish line. We can't stress this enough: YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN MORE NEEDED! Please don't hesitate if you think you can help - just do eet!! You will have our eternal respect & admiration if you do :) See you there!!

Jan 30 2013
Jan 30

Extry Extry - Read all about the latest CMI news!

Jan 30 2013
Jan 30

Extry Extry - Read all about the latest CMI news!

Jan 24 2013
Jan 24

Calling People Interested in Working on D8!

The most important places to help have been updated on Scotch, Mobile & Multilingual and we need your help writing & reviewing patches STAT!

Also interested in Queue-wranglers: want to help, but aren't focused on development? We can find stuff for you to do on the issue queues that would be very helpful (especially on scotch). If you're interested attend the weekly office hours on wednesday 11-1pm ET and they'll help you get in the game!

T-4weeks to go, and I'm working on an overview of major advances that must happen soon -- in the mean time, check out the updates!

-Shan

(Thanks Ashleigh & Shyamala for your help in getting these updates & milestone information compiled this week!!)

Jan 24 2013
Jan 24

Calling People Interested in Working on D8!

The most important places to help have been updated on Scotch, Mobile & Multilingual and we need your help writing & reviewing patches STAT!

Also interested in Queue-wranglers: want to help, but aren't focused on development? We can find stuff for you to do on the issue queues that would be very helpful (especially on scotch). If you're interested attend the weekly office hours on wednesday 11-1pm ET and they'll help you get in the game!

T-4weeks to go, and I'm working on an overview of major advances that must happen soon -- in the mean time, check out the updates!

-Shan

(Thanks Ashleigh & Shyamala for your help in getting these updates & milestone information compiled this week!!)

Jan 23 2013
Jan 23

Hey Dreeps!

Big thanks to Ashleigh Thevenet & Crell for putting together this week's update! We're at T-1 month or so to feature complete and we've got LOTS for you to do!!

Go Get'EM!!

-Shan

Jan 23 2013
Jan 23

Hey Dreeps!

Big thanks to Ashleigh Thevenet & Crell for putting together this week's update! We're at T-1 month or so to feature complete and we've got LOTS for you to do!!

Go Get'EM!!

-Shan

Jan 02 2013
Jan 02

Hey guys,
Just updated CMI & Scotch! check out the latest news: http://drupal.org/community-initiatives/drupal-core
Happy New Year!
-Shannon

Dec 20 2012
Dec 20
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Hey guys,

-Shan

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Dec 13 2012
Dec 13

Hi everyone,

D8 Timelines are up to date with:

1) Milestones for Long & Short term!
2) The mother of all Drupal 8 Milestone Spreadsheets full of details that just won't quit if you want to know the nitty gritty and what's "current" at any given time.

Hope this is helpful to you all & I hope we can soon get some monthly sprints organized around these bad boys!

-Shan

Dec 13 2012
Dec 13

Hi everyone,

D8 Timelines are up to date with:

1) Milestones for Long & Short term!
2) The mother of all Drupal 8 Milestone Spreadsheets full of details that just won't quit if you want to know the nitty gritty and what's "current" at any given time.

Hope this is helpful to you all & I hope we can soon get some monthly sprints organized around these bad boys!

-Shan

Nov 20 2012
Nov 20

A big thank you this week to: YesCT, ancamp, weal, Jose, das-peter,schnitzel, xjm, yched, balintk, sutharsan, and those who helped in Toronto!

Top issues T-10 days to feature freeze are..

HELP GABOR GET THESE REVIEWS! :D

Nov 20 2012
Nov 20

A big thank you this week to: YesCT, ancamp, weal, Jose, das-peter,schnitzel, xjm, yched, balintk, sutharsan, and those who helped in Toronto!

Top issues T-10 days to feature freeze are..

HELP GABOR GET THESE REVIEWS! :D

Nov 07 2012
Nov 07

Hey everyone,

CMI has been updated! Also, the lovely XJM has updated the info for important places to help for VDC as well -- check it out!!

  • Shan
Oct 25 2012
Oct 25

Hey Drupal PM Peeps...

Ok opening the floodgates (I hope), anyone want to help PM Drupal 8 stuff? Here are off the top of my head 8 things I think would be helpful (ps: IO = Iniative Owner)

1) Tracking down people who are going to work on stuff, getting status updates & reporting back to Initiative Owners

2) Scrumming weekly w/ IO's to get updates & posting to hackpad or gdocs

3) Attending meetings (weekly or bi-weekly) and posting a summary (meeting minutes template anyone?)

4) Interview an IO and post summary of their sprint retrospective

5) Help Tweet/RT and promote their sprints at camps and other events

6) Help Tweet/RT, Blog, or post to planet their top issue updates or help make issue summaries

7) Help find people who are able to core mentor to help people get involved in D8 core!

And lots of other things... I'm open to suggestions!

Also D8-related, but in the Drupal Ladders category:

8) Helping Drupal Ladders build an outline of a lesson for a D8 initiative

^ that would be really cool!!

Here's how you can get involved in this stuff:
- Email me (shannonvettes at gmail)
- Tell me what you wanna do
- Tell me your availability (1hr/wk?, 10hrs/wk?)
- Tell me why you're going to rock at it (I want passion people)

So, I hope this post generates some interest! Please pass the word on :)

Oct 25 2012
Oct 25

Hey Drupal PM Peeps...

Ok opening the floodgates (I hope), anyone want to help PM Drupal 8 stuff? Here are off the top of my head 8 things I think would be helpful (ps: IO = Iniative Owner)

1) Tracking down people who are going to work on stuff, getting status updates & reporting back to Initiative Owners

2) Scrumming weekly w/ IO's to get updates & posting to hackpad or gdocs

3) Attending meetings (weekly or bi-weekly) and posting a summary (meeting minutes template anyone?)

4) Interview an IO and post summary of their sprint retrospective

5) Help Tweet/RT and promote their sprints at camps and other events

6) Help Tweet/RT, Blog, or post to planet their top issue updates or help make issue summaries

7) Help find people who are able to core mentor to help people get involved in D8 core!

And lots of other things... I'm open to suggestions!

Also D8-related, but in the Drupal Ladders category:

8) Helping Drupal Ladders build an outline of a lesson for a D8 initiative

^ that would be really cool!!

Here's how you can get involved in this stuff:
- Email me (shannonvettes at gmail)
- Tell me what you wanna do
- Tell me your availability (1hr/wk?, 10hrs/wk?)
- Tell me why you're going to rock at it (I want passion people)

So, I hope this post generates some interest! Please pass the word on :)

Oct 24 2012
Oct 24

Hey Dreeps,

And, bonus, WSCCI meetings are now EVERY Tuesday and not every other tuesday in #drupal-wscci at 11-noon Central Time until further notice!

-Shannon

Oct 24 2012
Oct 24

Hey Dreeps,

And, bonus, WSCCI meetings are now EVERY Tuesday and not every other tuesday in #drupal-wscci at 11-noon Central Time until further notice!

-Shannon

Oct 20 2012
Oct 20

Kris & trusty d8 helpers have made some good progress with some tough architectural issues. But, some big challenges remain, and there's a long road ahead to get to the finish line with a UI for layout management.

Oct 20 2012
Oct 20

Kris & trusty d8 helpers have made some good progress with some tough architectural issues. But, some big challenges remain, and there's a long road ahead to get to the finish line with a UI for layout management.

Oct 16 2012
Oct 16

Extry extry, Gabor's making good progress, but still needs help with some critical patches before BAD camp!!

Oct 16 2012
Oct 16

Extry extry, Gabor's making good progress, but still needs help with some critical patches before BAD camp!!

Oct 16 2012
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Oct 11 2012
Oct 11

Mobile info was updated - thanks for the update John! (He's on vacation folks, so don't expect quick answers!)
Check out the updates here:
http://drupal.org/community-initiatives/drupal-core#mobile

Oct 11 2012
Oct 11

Mobile info was updated - thanks for the update John! (He's on vacation folks, so don't expect quick answers!)
Check out the updates here:
http://drupal.org/community-initiatives/drupal-core#mobile

Oct 10 2012
Oct 10


Hey everyone,
New updates posted for WSCCI and Scotch! Larry (Crell - WSCCI) says the router is in (awesome!!) and is really interested in getting generator and access control in. Kris (EclipseGc - Layouts, aka Scotch) would really appreciate help with blocks, layouts and conditions.

More soon!
-Shannon

Oct 10 2012
Oct 10


Hey everyone,
New updates posted for WSCCI and Scotch! Larry (Crell - WSCCI) says the router is in (awesome!!) and is really interested in getting generator and access control in. Kris (EclipseGc - Layouts, aka Scotch) would really appreciate help with blocks, layouts and conditions.

More soon!
-Shannon

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