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This week in Web Dev Rev notes: a look at Lullabot's annual retreat; the Drupal.org ticket that broke the crediting system when it was resolved; a look at custom Drupal logos; the Drupal North board election; a deep dive into CSS font metrics, line-height and vertical-align; wondering if responsive sites have to be so tall on mobile; and a new font for programming. We finished the notes by watching the preview video "What Would a Human Do?" from Eric Meyer's new course.
This week in Web Dev Rev notes: a review of the Drupal status page redesign; drupal.org's new industry pages; the drupal.org industry page for education (which unfortunately seems vendor-focused); why Drupal's multi-site functionality is great for university sites (link no longer available); SVGs can be XSS vectors; an introduction to the reduced motion media query; a variable font that takes variability to the next level; and finally, an HTML reference guide.
This week in Web Dev Rev notes: a video about the power of Drupal; a response from the Drupal Association about the future of DrupalCons; the new status report page in Drupal 8.3; a browser tweak that saved 60% of requests to Facebook - link no longer available (and a new "immutable" header); a look at accessible UI components; how CSS's calc() works; and a look at CSS exclusions, which are currently only available in Microsoft browsers.
This week in Web Dev Rev notes, we looked at: WCMS developer 1-on-1s replacing developer drop-in labs; the Drush 9 roadmap; the importance of Drupal events; a thread about the vision on the political situation in regards to DrupalCons; looking for a designer/art director for a new demo in Drupal core (who will work for free); the University of Waterloo holds on to its #1 spot as a higher ed contributor to Drupal; how to identify and report browser bugs; and finally, what happened with Git in 2016.
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