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DC Vienna was taking place last weekend with extending sprints on Monday and Tuesday. We started Drupal 8 media part of this great DrupalCamp on Saturday with a BoF. We discussed some of the current architectual decisions there and kicked-off a sprint that was happening on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. We mostly worked on basic low-level things for media entity such as:
- media entity definition,
- entity create, update and edit forms,
- media bundle definiton,
- bundle create, update and edit forms,
- fields configuration on media entity,
- access controller (i.e. basic access control for media entity),
- very basic views integration,
- test coverage for current features.
There was also some UI related work done. We started to work on mocks for ediorial flow, which is probably the most important part of what we're doing.Where are we
Currently we're able to create media entities that belong to the corresponding media bundles. We can attach fields to them, which menas that we can add local files (using core's fields). Once we have a media entity with local file attached to it we use entity reference field to attach that entity to a node. We can use standard display configuration to display media entity on a content:Where to go next
There is still a lot of work to do. We need to keep working on editorial experience, we need to improve views integration and use that to create media library, we still need to make some architecture decisions, etc. We can do work remotely, but it is quite clear that we achive most progress when attending sprints. For that reason we started to think about organizing a week-long sprint somwhere in central Europe in the beginning of next year. We would definitely like to attract more people. We're open to suggestions about the place and time of that sprint. Please comment on this post if you want to attend or host this sprint.Thanks go to...
I would like to express special thanks to few people that helped us a lot during the sprint in Vienna:
Last weekend, 300 people from 25 countries attended our community-organized web-conference DrupalCamp Vienna 2013.
This event pretty much fulfilled our vision of creating a space for connect open minds from all over Europe to talk about Drupal 8 and related web technologies. To be honest, the outcome of the conference and your feedback so far even surpassed our expectations in a positive way :)
The, as I call him "eye of DrupalCon" @schnitzel took our group photo on Friday, right outside of the venue:
He also produced some awesome interviews, including Jeffrey "Jam" McGuire and many others as listed in this playlist.Keynotes by Drupalist Jeffrey "Jam" McGuire and Ghost-founder John O'Nolan
Right when we started organizing DrupalCamp Vienna, we tried to provide it with a meaningful theme. So what we came up with was "Connecting Open Minds": with the many great changes that Drupal 8 will bring, we realize, that we need to get off the island and start talking to other communities within and outside of the PHP worlds.
Fortunately, Jeffrey Jam McGuire accepted our invitation to speak and kicked-off the conference with his talk Connecting Open Minds.
Day two, John O'Nolan, the founder of the Ghost project brought-in his very different perspective on Focus: The Value of Choosing Just One Thing at The Bazaar.
In total, DrupalCamp Vienna was almost a one-week event: starting with trainings on Thursday, we had sessions, BoFs, a coder lounge and party on Friday and Saturday. Sprints started on Sunday and about 25 of you even continued for extended sprints on Monday and Tuesday.
Some attendees connecting with other open minds at the aula:
Pre-conference trainings on Thursday:
Our official camp party V ARE DRUPAL:
A video of the 3D scans produced by THIS.PLAY during the party:https://vine.co/v/hFPtXW552IF
3 days of sprinting on Drupal 8 core after the conference:
That's the (now) proud team of organizers & volunteers some months before the conference when we did our promotion video:
We were also glad to be supported by numerous international volunteers, such as Aaron Porter, who managed after-event activities a.k.a. #SchnitzelCon.He was a great tour guide, even some of us Viennese could learn from his local experience :)
Schnitzelcon? Yeah, that's right. DrupalCamp Vienna tasted a lot like a degustation party for our main dish. Check out Jam's creative take on it, the Schnitzlicon:
We can't tell about future plans within Drupal Austria, yet. But let's make sure that we meet at one of the many upcoming Drupal events, such as:
Thank you all for attending & see you!
Josef / dasjo on behalf of the entire DrupalCamp Vienna 2013 organization team.