Plain text emails are a pain to scan. We can design a nicer email template with better readability and visual hierarchy.
(Copied from the issue I created.) Problem/Motivation: Figuring out if a module will do what you want can be painful. Descriptions are hit and miss. Some modules provide detailed descriptions that give you everything you need. Some are barely understandable. And some are at all levels in between those extremes. Some modules provide a screenshot. Some don't. Some modules provide a link to a demonstration install. The ...more »
Writing a booking that explains the hidden power of drupal apis. Example each api with a quick working example. The most needed explanation is how to deal with users, roles and permissions. how to deal with ubercart apis. Only 3 books exists that is aimed at programmers and to name them. Pro drupal 7 development by Tomlinson and VanDyk, Drupal 7 module development by Matt Butcher and others, Drupal 7 themes by Ric Shreves. ...more »
Instead of IRC that is old way to chatting with people should be replaced with Google Plus that is easy to use by country/Language.
Allow to easily bookmark / favorit any news. forum post, anything and show latest bookmarks in sidebar instantly
This is an out of the box idea. While readingm please forget technical difficulties. Look at other software: Firefox/chrome/mobile apps. They all auto update. Could we not arrange that the drupal core (or a distribution) automagically updates itself? This could more easily be done between major versions, it is too late for drupal 7 to do this, but drupal 8 could do this. It could itself get the latest security patches(in ...more »
Adding http://drupal.org/project/admin_menu to any of the website makes easy & fast crawling within the website.
Such facility can be enabled for logged in users.
The burgeoning issue queues are a big drag on the velocity of the core development. Significantly increased community participation is the most important part of the solution. One of the biggest obstacles to participation is on-boarding the prospective contributor. Even after a rousing presentation on why its so important, and the pretty darn good “how to get started as a contributor” pages on d.o, nothing works so ...more »
Links to d.o documentation from api.d.o currently are not very visible, if they exist at all. They are usually buried and readers could benefit from having them pulled out into their own section or highlighted with better markup.
I personally think that the forum on Drupal.org needs to be updated using a modern software like phpBB or vBulletin. If we updated the forums, then people could gain support, advice, tips, and knowledge of Drupal by actively talking to its community in a better organized and controlled environment than the one they are presented with today.
Another easier said than implemented...similar to the donations link for projects. I like the idea of a way to 'pay' for features/bug fixes. It'd act like a cross between kickstarter and a freelance site. Whoever wanted a bug/feature sets the specs, and sets the amount to pay. When enough people donated the project gets funded and someone can work on the job. All work gets put back into a Drupal project. And d.o takes ...more »