My Drupal Dashboard is the first thing i go to when i visit drupal.org. The ability of changing the dashboard theme would be nice. Adding custom bookmarks for easier access to other pages within drupal such as Community->Forum and other links outside of drupal.org would be extremely helpful. I also think it would be nice having a block that instantly shows you all of your posts right on the dashboard instead of having ...more »
The problem now is that I have to watch multiple pages to see all issues I'm interested in: my own project/user page, the one from my colleagues, and the issue pages from projects i'm interested in.
Create a new page that shows all issues from:
free selection of other projects
Bonus: expose this as an rss feed or even better expose a service
I am a drupal enthousiast. Drupal can be used to create some really nice sites. Some pages/views on drupal.org are really so unsexy... Pages like Drupal themes http://drupal.org/project/Themes Drupal distributions http://drupal.org/documentation/build/distributions Drupal modules http://drupal.org/project/modules People googleing drupal themes/ drupal distributions/ modules ... should be lead to this sexy presentation ...more »
We needed this kind of testing for our own modules, so we created a Drupal TestSwarm (http://atix.be/testswarm)
implement the twitter bootstrap (http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/) in the drupal core (or download it on install). Why write custom js code and keep up with the latest idea's and innovations while there is a complete team specialized in doing this? It supports responsive design, can be fluid or fixed, uses a grid system but above all it has really nice documentation. So all the grid themes and slider modules can ...more »
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.
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 »