Dec 07 2015
Dec 07
jhodgdon's picture

I'm not getting that error, but probably some time ago I told my browser to "connect anyway". We should bring that to the attention of the infra team.

jfmacdonald's picture

Connected anyway, recklessly ignoring the warning. After doing so, Chrome did not repeat the message when revisiting the page.

jhodgdon's picture

Ah thanks! I will fix the URL links in this post and on the User Guide project page.

jhodgdon's picture

Actually that URL gives me a 403/forbidden error....

jhodgdon's picture

I got clarification from basic -- that new URL is not valid actually. But we will probably migrate the site over to the new URL in the next day or two.

joebachana's picture

I'll help in the coming weeks during the holidays. Also we have the NYCDrupalCamp on Feb. 27th where we'll be doing some sprint work so if this is still (gulp) getting worked on by that time we'll enlist people in advance to work on the guide then.

Joe Bachana
First Employee at DPCI
1560 Broadway
NY, NY 10036

krishnan.n's picture

Both links don't seem to be working for me.

jhodgdon's picture

You need to log in with user name drupal and password drupal in the pop-up windows.

Sorry, I often forget to say that... It does say it in the pop-up window but no one ever notices that. ;)

jhodgdon's picture

It's definitely working for me... sorry it is not working for you, but maybe someone else will confirm working or not working, and if it's not working for a bunch of people we can try to do something about it? Hmmm...

cleverington's picture

krishnan.n (I love your login name):

I tested on updated versions of Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and IE Edge via Windows 10. Out of interest, I tried it via Chrome-by-phone-Android too.

Try clearing your cache and retrying, there might be cached information that is disrupting your access to the server. If you killed the login-box by accident via the Esc key, it might have saved your 'decision' (depending on the browser).


The man of many hats.

krishnan.n's picture


Worked first try on the office WS; will see what the issue is with the *BSD box at home.


MirosławDętka's picture

It doesn't work so far

Mogensj's picture

Is there any solution on the "Your connection is not private"-problem?

Best regards,

MystiqueBrand's picture

We don't have any Drupal experience and could use some expertise to assist with an upgrade.

Is it true - drupal 8 has a easier to use interface?

Client is also considering moving to WordPress but I don't think it makes sense as its a non profit organization. Thoughts?

Paul Bies
416 441 2666 ext14
[email protected]

preben_j's picture

The new Drupal looks way better than the old. Good job guys. I will check if it can work with me website. Is the userguide done yet?

jhodgdon's picture

The User Guide is not quite done yet. We are close to having a full first draft with all the topics written... then it will need some editing and some work on the images/screen shots. But it is getting pretty close.

preben_j's picture

Thanks man - Will look into it when done. Will keep following this thread, if you wanna update when finished.

// Webdeveloper at

jhodgdon's picture

Please go to:
to find the latest updates. This page that you commented on is rather old; there are more recent updates there.

Also, ... this is a community project and it relies on the Drupal community to help us get it done. The latest updates outline how you can help! Thanks!

Ismanden's picture


Ihave the same problems on my site:

Is there anybody in here thats has the right answer, I think I have tried all the things that people suggest here

Hawkes's picture

Thanks - I will try to contribute as soon as my current project is done.
- Martin
/ Frontender and javascript developer at Finanssans forbrukslån

bluesky94's picture

Thank jhodgdon. I just changed to Drupal 8 yesterday. Hope my first new project by Drupal 8 works well!

Jul 18 2012
Jul 18

A little over 18 months ago, Ariane K. and I started our tenure as co-leaders of the Drupal Documentation Team. We spent a lot of time working on organization, design, processes, and tools to make it easier for Drupalists to contribute to and use Drupal documentation, and I’m very proud of the many improvements we were able to make (of course, with the help of lots of other contributors!) during that time.

Ariane decided to end her co-leader term at the end of 2011, and I was planning to stay on as team leader until the end of 2012. But I’ve decided to end my term a bit earlier than I had planned, and so I am announcing today that I’m stepping down as the official Documentation Team Leader. This will allow me to concentrate on the Drupal volunteer work where I feel I’m making the most positive impact (and which, not entirely coincidentally, I enjoy the most):

  • Reviewing and committing documentation and coding standards patches to Drupal Core
  • Maintaining the API module (the module that powers and a few other contributed modules
  • Improving tools and infrastructure on for documentation and for programmers

Due in part to changes in the design, processes, and tools for documentation that Ariane and I helped to put in place, I think that people in the larger Drupal community are now feeling much more empowered to create and edit Drupal documentation than they were 18 months ago, and I’m not sure when the Documentation Team Leader position will be filled -- or even if we need to fill it. People in the Drupal project are currently exploring Drupal community governance, and among the questions they'll be thinking about are the leadership and structure of the Documentation Team -- so expect an announcement sometime soon.

But in the meantime, I’m sure the community as a whole will continue to write and improve Drupal documentation, and I hope that everyone who considers themselves part of the Drupal Documentation Team will continue to take pride in the great job you’re all doing every day.

About Drupal Sun

Drupal Sun is an Evolving Web project. It allows you to:

  • Do full-text search on all the articles in Drupal Planet (thanks to Apache Solr)
  • Facet based on tags, author, or feed
  • Flip through articles quickly (with j/k or arrow keys) to find what you're interested in
  • View the entire article text inline, or in the context of the site where it was created

See the blog post at Evolving Web

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