09 October 2014

Field collections is a nice contributed module that extends the default Drupal entity functionality by creating a new entity field that can be composed by other fields. With this module we solve problems like creating complex entities where we want to store multiple different values into one single field.

06 October 2014

One Drupalcon session of particular interest to many in the community, since the first “episode”, has been the “Q&A with Dries”, a core-conversation-track session in which Dries is joined by a panel of his initiative leads and others in the “inner circle” of Drupal 8 core development. Since I’d wished, in the past, that sessions like these had a video recording to show who was talking, I brought my DSLR and a shotgun microphone this time, thinking I’d contribute the resulting video. I don’t think the video I shot was technically perfect enough to share; perhaps I could fix that, but I also realized that one panel member prefers to limit her exposure on the Web—and respect that, of course; since it’s much easier to blur or block out a face in a few images than in a video, and since you can read this summary in much less time than the hour+ -length session, I decided to provide stills from the video, along with a summary of the questions and answers, which ranged from the whimsical (a bet on how long it would be till Drupal 8 would be released as “stable”), to various business and architecture questions, and other concerns.

Q and A with Dries and panelists, Drupalcon Amsterdam

(You’ll find a more serious answer to that question if you read on...). Of course, Dries began by asking each of his panelists to introduce themselves. Those present were:

10 September 2014

We were going DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014.There is the European DrupalCon happening from Sept. 29th to the Oct. 3rd in Amsterdam and a team of Cocomore - as one of the biggest Drupal shops in Germany and Spain - will of course attend.

20 June 2014
Our Cocomore software developer Jesús Sánchez Balsera, is the new president of the Drupal Spanish Association (AED). He was elected during this year's Drupal Camp in Valencia, functioning volunteering at least to the camp in 2015. The AED has made the promotion of the project Open-Source-CMS Drupal within Spain to its mission.
20 May 2014

Last weekend three of us from Cocomore attended to DrupalCamp Spain 2014. This year it was held in the beautiful city of Valencia, at the East Coast of Spain, full of magnificent buildings and the land of Paella and Horchata. Because we know of the importance of these events, this Drupalcamp was sponsored by Cocomore.

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24 April 2014

Drupalcamp Spain 2014 will be at Valencia on May 16-18th, and we will be there.

If you are attending, you will probably know that there will be sprints during all the camp, and you may want to sign up to the Valencia sprints. We will have tasks for everybody, no matter if you never contributed before or if you are not even a developer, so don't be shy and join us.

17 April 2014

One thing first - this blogpost hasn't been written by the complete Orga-Team of the DCFFM. There were not only Cocomore colleagues involved in the organization, but also other community members from Frankfurt and its surroundings. Therefore to all of these people a big thank you first! Working with you was great fun, and surprisingly we hardly had any fights despite of all the hard and stressful times ;) So Carsten, Walter, Rene, Baddy, Christoph, would be a pleasure to do it again!

01 April 2014

The last week three of us from Cocomore went to the little town of Szeged in Hungary, around 175km south east of Budapest.

The DevDays were all about developing Drupal 8 further and enhance drupal.org. The only topic was contributing to Drupal in the one way or the other. Whatever you are, either a developer, a themer, a site builder, a devop or a business man, everyone has his/her part in this amazing community and everyone found a spot where he/she could help to foster Drupal further.

28 January 2014

On January 25th and 26th, for the first time in Sevilla, the local community took part of the Drupal Global Sprint Weekend , a worldwide event where people join together and contribute back to Drupal. We are very proud for having hosted this event, which filled our office with a group of 20 individuals willing to contribute and mentor contributors.