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  1. Apr 2017
    1. Contributing isn’t limited to writing code, it includes helping people and working on the issue queue -- another area where we’ve invested heavily.

      https://www.drupal.org/drupal-services lists factors for ranking in the "right sidbar"

    2. Core maintainers like Alex know Drupal so well these bugs are not that difficult to fix.

      I wonder how many people fall in this category. Maybe a handful?

  2. Mar 2017
    1. Since most core functionality was solidly in place by this time, it became possible to squash larger numbers of site-wide bugs by relating them to the current sprint’s stories.

      Not sure I understand how this would work. Obviously if there are open issues related to issues that is fine but you can't just tag unrelated work onto an existing ticket.

  3. Nov 2016
    1. A project manager’s main job is to bring a particular project to completion, both on time and within budget.

      What about quality?

  4. Mar 2016
    1. The group’s private space contains all (and only) the annotations made by any member.

      If a member leaves a group, do the annotations go away or are they permanently part of that group? Can group members edit each others posts?

    2. All members will now find a new option under Public

      Is there a way to remove members from a group?

  5. Oct 2015
    1. Beyond: How Boston Architecture Works & The Truth About City Hall The sensible and world-wise decision of the Walsh administration not to cave in, as Mayor Tom


  6. Sep 2015
    1. One predictable feature of earthquakes is that they are completely unpredictable.  Or are they?  Scientists are beginning to collect data indicating that a range of human activity, including hydraulic fracturing, can induce earthquakes.  How is this data analyzed?  What can we learn from this data, and will it allow us to predict, or even prevent, future earthquakes? 

      Just testing before changing the url

  7. Aug 2015
    1. At times greater than 100 milliseconds, nonequilibrium dynamics dominated. In addition to directed transport along microtubules, we observed strong random dynamics driven by myosins that result in enhanced nonspecific transport. We present a quantitative model connecting molecular mechanisms to mesoscopic fluctuations

      test edited

    2. and int