A few years back, before discovering Drupal, I built my own little content management system. At the time, I saw a Boondocks cartoon in which Huey talked about some looming world crisis (involving imminent oil depletion, perhaps) he had read about on werealldoomed.com.
Still waiting for the Drupal 6 CCK to set up a to-do node type. But, after posting my Boston Drupal Meetup notes with a few follow-up items embedded, I was thinking of a direct way to turn those pieces of text directly into to-do items without leaving the page I'm editing. Off the top of my head:
Based on some discussion at last night's Boston Drupal Meetup, I'm thinking about pursing content migration as a specialty when I get my consulting business fully launched. I've dealt with that in my previous consulting life, and in the current day job went through a major (2-year) data migration project, so as I said on my blog I know a little bit about fitting round data into square rows. Some initial research to do:
Excellent meetup last night. The stuff I actually thought to jot down:
Not much progress on this site tonight - just tweaked the Garland color scheme, and got rid of the secondary links title in the footer. Yesterday's patch to the token module needs a little more work - I'm going to the Boston Drupal Meetup tomorrow night, so that will have to wait for Thursday.
Yes, every single page so far is Drupal-related. The monomania will continue at least through Drupalcon...