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Berlin Internationalization sprint or How i18n got some fresh blood and a sexy facelift

When I first heard of the idea of doing a Drupal Internationalization code sprint from Karsten Frohwein I thought that though being a good idea, setting up such an event was so difficult and would take so much time an energy that we’d had little chances to get it done. It is certainly hard to find the time, the place, get together all the people from different countries and get something started.

It happens sometimes that good ideas become reality. So first of all, big Thanks to the sprint organizers who were able to put everything together to help a team of 20 people from several countries to meet at some place and get something done. They kept everything going smoothly for us to be able to focus on what we like to do: Building great Drupal code that we are going to use later to build great Internet sites.

The background

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On one side we have Drupal core that though having got many improvements in latest versions for building multilingual sites, still has some important gaps, like things not being fully translatable or not having a straight forward option for it. On the other side we have this 7 years old module, Internationalization, that hacks around Drupal core to get that missing pieces translatable somehow and was needing a good push to keep up with all the great developments that are into Drupal 7.

If you think of any Drupal page element, there are many ways to make it translatable, and there are many places to translate it. And it all makes sense only for people who know exactly what type of data each piece is. While building multilingual sites has been possible for some time for experienced developers and site builders, it was mostly a nightmare for new users trying to make some sense of all the modules and options around.

So while our number one goal is usually making things translatable and release some consistent code, we also need to think of how to make that process understandable. Possible is good. Stable is better. Usable is great.

The sprint

So here we are, 20 people from 5 different countries, working together in a nice venue in Berlin, trying to make some sense of this dated collection of modules that was i18n. Mostly, we’ve got tons of fresh ideas and Energy. Lots of good energy, like I had never seen before, focusing on this piece of code. And I’ve really felt overwhelmed most of the time by all the good code, ideas, and work coming my way for reviewing or discussing.

What I thought would be mostly bug fixing and polishing soon became a major facelift of most of the module, around the idea of filling the gaps and provide some usable UI to manage all of the features. So consistency became our new mantra. We had to find a way to make everything translatable somehow and make it look consistent to the user. Now you don’t need anymore to understand how something is stored in the database to translate it.

While I could talk of specific pieces of code that were written or who did what, that would certainly take long, as we really got lots of things done, to be truth way more than I had expected. So here’s the story on the issue tracker, the #drupal-i18n IRC channel and Twitter and of course, our git commit log, which is pretty long.

The life support system

While we wanted to focus on the task, there are many other important things that are needed to keep a big team going. From some basic venue house keeping, to food or transportation and also some organized breaks and walks around for people to get some fresh air without thinking too much of where to go or how to get there. All this has been nicely taken care of by the organizers, to the point we didn’t need to worry about anything else and could really concentrate on coding most of the time.

We enjoyed some dinners, some walks around and visits to other events like the Linux Day which was taking place at the same time, and some sightseeing of Berlin which is by the way a very nice city. I hope I’ll have the chance to see some more of it in the future. Special thanks to Stephan Luckow, who’s been the barbecue master and provided some good proteins to be converted into better code. It’s not only caffeine what you need to keep a programmer going for 5 days.

And we also got accomodation for most of the team provided by the very active and friendly German Drupal community. Here I have to say thanks to Pascal Crott, who had me and some other people hosted at his nice house in Berlin. Some of the days the sprint continued for us till late in the night, either in his living room or in the garden.

What we’ve got done

Really improved UI consistency, which translates into a much improved usability or, in other words, most of the features are now way easier to find and understand. Now when you try the module, you’ll see a Translation tab for every object that is translatable somehow, it doesn’t matter whether it is a menu item, a taxonomy term, or a contact form.

Lots of bug fixing and polishing all around the modules. Most of that small annoying issues are now gone. And gone for good because we have now. Tests! Unit tests are not something you see when using the module but help a lot with maintenance, avoiding regression issues and keeping overall quality standards. From a bare minimum at the beginning, we are now at around 50% code coverage.

We’ve got the 15th module in i18n package, Contact translation. And some other modules, Drupal core included, got also some patches. From Views translation, that’s mostly upgraded for Drupal 7, to some Entity translation related patches.

We also had some talks about what it would take to make Drupal core really multilingual, that was some start for the new Multilingual support in Drupal 8 initiative.

Wrapping up and. release!

Next step, which we’ll do quietly back at home this week is some clean up, reviewing latest patches and close the few left bugs and yes, we’ll have a stable release very soon.

Then some documentation will follow, some parts about using the module itself and some more about how to integrate other modules with i18n API.

Thanks to everybody who participated and to everybody who made it possible, like the organizers and sponsors that supported the whole thing.

If you are coming to the next Drupalcon in London, don’t forget to vote for our session proposal on Multilingual Drupal solutions. See you there!

Berlin Internationalization sprint or How i18n got some fresh blood and a sexy facelift

When I first heard of the idea of doing a Drupal Internationalization code sprint from Karsten Frohwein I thought that though being a good idea, setting up such an event was so difficult and would take so much time an energy that we’d had little chances to get it done. It is certainly hard to find the time, the place, get together all the people from different countries and get something started.

It happens sometimes that good ideas become reality. So first of all, big Thanks to the sprint organizers who were able to put everything together to help a team of 20 people from several countries to meet at some place and get something done. They kept everything going smoothly for us to be able to focus on what we like to do: Building great Drupal code that we are going to use later to build great Internet sites.

The background

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On one side we have Drupal core that though having got many improvements in latest versions for building multilingual sites, still has some important gaps, like things not being fully translatable or not having a straight forward option for it. On the other side we have this 7 years old module, Internationalization, that hacks around Drupal core to get that missing pieces translatable somehow and was needing a good push to keep up with all the great developments that are into Drupal 7.

If you think of any Drupal page element, there are many ways to make it translatable, and there are many places to translate it. And it all makes sense only for people who know exactly what type of data each piece is. While building multilingual sites has been possible for some time for experienced developers and site builders, it was mostly a nightmare for new users trying to make some sense of all the modules and options around.

So while our number one goal is usually making things translatable and release some consistent code, we also need to think of how to make that process understandable. Possible is good. Stable is better. Usable is great.

The sprint

So here we are, 20 people from 5 different countries, working together in a nice venue in Berlin, trying to make some sense of this dated collection of modules that was i18n. Mostly, we’ve got tons of fresh ideas and Energy. Lots of good energy, like I had never seen before, focusing on this piece of code. And I’ve really felt overwhelmed most of the time by all the good code, ideas, and work coming my way for reviewing or discussing.

What I thought would be mostly bug fixing and polishing soon became a major facelift of most of the module, around the idea of filling the gaps and provide some usable UI to manage all of the features. So consistency became our new mantra. We had to find a way to make everything translatable somehow and make it look consistent to the user. Now you don’t need anymore to understand how something is stored in the database to translate it.

While I could talk of specific pieces of code that were written or who did what, that would certainly take long, as we really got lots of things done, to be truth way more than I had expected. So here’s the story on the issue tracker, the #drupal-i18n IRC channel and Twitter and of course, our git commit log, which is pretty long.

The life support system

While we wanted to focus on the task, there are many other important things that are needed to keep a big team going. From some basic venue house keeping, to food or transportation and also some organized breaks and walks around for people to get some fresh air without thinking too much of where to go or how to get there. All this has been nicely taken care of by the organizers, to the point we didn’t need to worry about anything else and could really concentrate on coding most of the time.

We enjoyed some dinners, some walks around and visits to other events like the Linux Day which was taking place at the same time, and some sightseeing of Berlin which is by the way a very nice city. I hope I’ll have the chance to see some more of it in the future. Special thanks to Stephan Luckow, who’s been the barbecue master and provided some good proteins to be converted into better code. It’s not only caffeine what you need to keep a programmer going for 5 days.

And we also got accomodation for most of the team provided by the very active and friendly German Drupal community. Here I have to say thanks to Pascal Crott, who had me and some other people hosted at his nice house in Berlin. Some of the days the sprint continued for us till late in the night, either in his living room or in the garden.

What we’ve got done

Really improved UI consistency, which translates into a much improved usability or, in other words, most of the features are now way easier to find and understand. Now when you try the module, you’ll see a Translation tab for every object that is translatable somehow, it doesn’t matter whether it is a menu item, a taxonomy term, or a contact form.

Lots of bug fixing and polishing all around the modules. Most of that small annoying issues are now gone. And gone for good because we have now. Tests! Unit tests are not something you see when using the module but help a lot with maintenance, avoiding regression issues and keeping overall quality standards. From a bare minimum at the beginning, we are now at around 50% code coverage.

We’ve got the 15th module in i18n package, Contact translation. And some other modules, Drupal core included, got also some patches. From Views translation, that’s mostly upgraded for Drupal 7, to some Entity translation related patches.

We also had some talks about what it would take to make Drupal core really multilingual, that was some start for the new Multilingual support in Drupal 8 initiative.

Wrapping up and. release!

Next step, which we’ll do quietly back at home this week is some clean up, reviewing latest patches and close the few left bugs and yes, we’ll have a stable release very soon.

Then some documentation will follow, some parts about using the module itself and some more about how to integrate other modules with i18n API.

Thanks to everybody who participated and to everybody who made it possible, like the organizers and sponsors that supported the whole thing.

If you are coming to the next Drupalcon in London, don’t forget to vote for our session proposal on Multilingual Drupal solutions. See you there!

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Value Wines Of The Week: Fresh Prosecco And A Spicy Red

Given that St. Patrick’s Day is only just behind us and the Irish penchant for a good value, I’ve sleuthed out two great wine deals for the Wine of the Week series. Both are under $15 and both will make you happy.

First up is the Adami Garbel Prosecco. ($15) The name itself actually means dry, crisp or pleasantly tart. That sums this sparkling wine up quite nicely. As a quick backgrounder, Prosecco is Italy’s version of budget Champagne. It’s fermented in large steel tanks using the ‘charmat method’ and then bottled. There is no second fermentation in the bottle as there is with Champagne. You won’t typically find complexity in a Prosecco, but you’ll get fresh, alive fruit and bubbles. They are delightful and budget friendly (I’ve rarely seen one over $20). The Adami family has been making exceptional Prosecco for almost a century. Their vineyards are top notch, many consider their Cartizze DOC grapes to be ‘cru’ quality.

Adami Garbel Prosecco. ($15) Made from 95% Glera (or Prosecco) grapes and a bit of Chardonnay, this one offers a rip-roaring tide of bubbles in the glass. It’s racy and intense. Pear and kiwi aromas, citrus zest and freshness in every sip. A perfect way to kick off an evening or celebrate happy hour.

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The second great value is Lo Nuevo Sorbo a Sorbo, 2010 Garnacha. At $9.99 a bottle it’s a steal of a deal. Made from old vine Grenache and hailing from the higher elevations of Calatayud, Spain, this wine possess the twin charms of velvety mouthfeel and concentrated fruit. The name Sorbo Sorbo means sip sip, and yes you will. Buy an extra bottle, this one will be gone before you know it. The wine has been cared for crafted with some time and love (i.e. manually punching down the fruit during fermentation and 14 months of aging) so I’m not sure how they are able to sell it for mere pennies. It’s probably our enological duty to at least buy a case and share the love.

Lo Nuevo Sorbo a Sorbo, 2010 Garnacha, ($9.99). A velvety mouthfeel with rich raspberry and cherry notes, some mineral edges and a nice whiff of spice and graphite. A complex lovely wine, ready to be opened and enjoyed, and a perfect example of what Grenache can do.

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China’s central bank has been making fresh moves to lower financing costs and guide credit to longer-term investment.

The People’s Bank of China (PBC) said on Tuesday that in the first five months this year, it has provided pledged supplementary lending (PSL) of 263 billion yuan ($42.9 billion) to financial institutions to fund housing renovation projects. Outstanding PSL reached 646 billion yuan by the end of May.

The central bank has also lowered the PSL interest rate to 3.1 percent from 4.5 percent to support renovation projects and lower investment costs.

The PSL program, initiated in 2014, is designed to help the central bank better target medium-term lending rates and boost liquidity to specific sectors by offering low-cost loans to select lenders.

Unlike interest rate cuts, providing PSL to select banks can be more efficient in guiding the flow of credit, according to analysts. It also encourages lenders to grant longer-term loans for sectors such as infrastructure construction.

In its latest financial stability report, the PBC warned of a slowing economy and rising debt levels. It acknowledged the problem of high borrowing costs and said it would lower interest rates in a targeted fashion.

Fresh: Whispbar WB200

Whispbar WB200
$249 / yakima.com

Sure, think of a roof rack and one of the last adjectives to come to mind would likely be “sexy.” But, that’s what Yakima (er, wait, they’re actually two separate brands now) is calling their Whispbar WB200 roof rack—and we tend to find ourselves in agreement. As far as roof racks go, this one’s definitely a looker. Sleek and minimalist in appearance, the fork-mount WB200 sports a mostly-aluminum construction and mounts effortlessly to the Whispbar base bar via a cam system that allows the WB200 to be mounted—or removed—within seconds.

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The Whispbar WB200 also maintains the base rack’s wind tunnel-tested aerodynamics, promising a quiet ride when bikes are out of the equation and you’re just cruising down the freeway.

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For those who see some trails as well as bike lanes and road shoulders, it’s worth noting that the WB200 features 15-millimeter through-axle compatibility without the need for any adaptors.

The Whispbar WB200 is set to drop in December of this year, which makes for some pretty convenient timing if you ask us.

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Benedetto Bartolotta

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Benedetto Bartolotta

Benedetto Bartolotta has created Indulge by Bene, now setting the standard as the premier catering and event planning company in New York City. Bene has planned his signature company to appeal to clients who seek a unique food experience in a setting of their choice. Based in Manhattan, Indulge by Bene focuses on the highest quality fresh ingredients, innovative flavors, and artful sexy presentations. (Bene was nominated as one of the Top 10 Sexiest Chefs in New York City.)

Each client receives creative menu selections tailored to their unique desires and focusing on the very best ingredients of the season. Indulge by Bene’s fine-dining approach to catering presents clients with seasonally inspired menus, prepared to perfection, designed and tailored just for you.

Chef and owner Benedetto Bartolotta is a star graduate of The Culinary Institute of America. He has also studied extensively in Europe and Asia to bring back fresh and innovative ideas for your table. Bene has worked as the Executive Chef for acclaimed New York City restaurants such as San Domenico NY, Cipriani, and Osteria del Circo.

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Padma Lakshmi

Padma Lakshmi

Emmy-nominated Padma Lakshmi is internationally known as an actress, food expert, model, and The New York Times best-selling author, as well as the recipient of the 2016 NECO Ellis Island Medal of Honor. Padma also serves as host and executive producer of Bravo’s Emmy award-winning Top Chef, currently in its 15th season.

Padma was born in India and grew up in America. She graduated from Clark University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Arts and American Literature. Known as India’s first supermodel, she began her career as a fashion model, working in Europe and the United States.

Padma established herself as a food expert early in her career, having hosted two successful cooking shows and writing the best-selling Easy Exotic, which won the «Best First Book» award at the 1999 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. She followed this success with the publication of her second cookbook, Tangy, Tart, Hot & Sweet, which has over 150 recipes from around the world alongside intriguing personal essays. In 2016, She released her food memoir, The New York Times best-selling Love, Loss and What We Ate, followed shortly thereafter by The Encyclopedia of Spices & Herbs.

In addition to her food writing, she has also contributed to such magazines as Vogue, Gourmet and both British and American Harper’s Bazaar, as well as a syndicated column on fashion and food for The New York Times.

For the Food Network, she hosted Padma’s Passport, where she cooked diverse cuisine from around the world. She also hosted Planet Food, a documentary series on the Food Network and broadcast worldwide on the Discovery Channel. Padma was nominated for an Emmy Award for her role as host and judge on Bravo’s Top Chef, which won an Emmy for Outstanding Reality Competition Show. Other television credits include co-hosting Rai Television’s Domenica In, Italy’s highest-rated morning news program.

In 2009, Padma co-founded the Endometriosis Foundation of America alongside world-renowned Advanced Gynecological Surgeon Tamer Seckin, MD. After suffering from the disease for decades herself, she has been able to make amazing strides with the foundation, like launching the first interdisciplinary research facility in the country for Gynepathology as a joint project between Harvard Medical School and MIT, where she gave the keynote address at the Center’s opening in December 2009. Her efforts were recently recognized on the floor of the New York State Senate, where she succeeded in passing a bill related to teen health initiatives. The organization’s ENPOWR program has currently educated over 15,000 students about endometriosis in high schools across the state of New York.

In addition to these projects, Padma is a savvy businesswoman with multiple companies of her own. Her debut home décor line, The Padma Collection, hit Bloomingdale’s stores nationwide with tabletop dishware, stemware and hand-blown glass décor pieces. She also created Padma’s Easy Exotic, a collection of culinary products ranging from frozen organic foods, fine teas, and natural spice blends, to hard goods.

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Tom Colicchio

Tom Colicchio

One of the culinary world’s most celebrated figures, Tom Colicchio returns once again as lead judge for Bravo’s 16th season of the Emmy and James Beard Award-winning culinary series Top Chef, and also serves as mentor to the competing chefs on the series, guiding them through their various challenges. He also hosts BravoTV.com’s Emmy-Winning Digital Companion Video Series Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen.

Tom is also the chef and owner of Crafted Hospitality, which currently includes New York’s Craft, Riverpark, Temple Court and newest edition Small Batch; Los Angeles’ Craft Los Angeles; and Las Vegas’ Heritage Steak and Craftsteak. Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Tom made his New York cooking debut at prominent New York restaurants including The Quilted Giraffe, Gotham Bar & Grill and Gramercy Tavern before opening Craft in 2001. Outside of his fine dining restaurants, Colicchio opened ‘Wichcraft – a sandwich and salad fast casual concept rooted in the same food and hospitality philosophies as Craft – in New York City in 2003.

He has published Think Like a Chef (2000), which won The James Beard Foundation «KitchenAid» Cookbook Award in May 2001; Craft of Cooking (2003); and a sandwich book inspired by ‘wichcraft (2009). In May 2010, Tom was awarded The James Beard Foundation’s coveted «Outstanding Chef» award, the culmination of his 30 years of hard work in the restaurant industry.

Tom appears in and served as executive producer on A Place at the Table, Participant Media’s documentary about food insecurity in America, produced and directed by his wife, Lori Silverbush, by Kristi Jacobson. A Place at the Table, which premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and was released by Magnolia Pictures in 2013, has become the launchpad for a national movement centered on ending hunger in the United States.

In an effort to broaden his long-standing social and political activism, Tom co-founded Food Policy Action in 2012 in collaboration with national food policy leaders, in order to hold legislators accountable on votes that have an effect on food and farming. He has also been an outspoken voice on issues like GMO labeling and the use of antibiotics in food sources, and he continues to lobby for better anti-hunger policies in America.

Tom and his restaurants give back to the community by serving on the boards of Children of Bellevue, City Harvest, Wholesome Wave and Food Policy Action. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Lori Silverbush, and three sons. When he’s not in the kitchen, Tom can be found tending to his garden on the North Fork of Long Island, enjoying a day of fishing or playing guitar.

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Gail Simmons

Gail Simmons

Gail Simmons is a trained culinary expert, food writer, and dynamic television personality. Since the show’s inception in 2006, she has lent her extensive expertise as permanent judge on Bravo’s Emmy-winning series Top Chef, currently in its 16th season. She was head critic on Top Chef Masters, host of Top Chef Just Desserts, Bravo’s pastry-focused spinoff of the Top Chef franchise, and was a judge on Universal Kids’ Top Chef Jr. She also hosts Iron Chef Canada and was the co-host of The Feed..

Her first cookbook, Bringing It Home: Favorite Recipes from a Life of Adventurous Eating, was released by Grand Central Publishing in October 2017. Nominated for an IACP award for Best General Cookbook, it features recipes inspired by Gail’s world travels—all made with accessible ingredients and with smart, simple techniques for successful family meals and easy entertaining. Gail’s first book, a memoir titled Talking With My Mouth Full, was published by Hyperion in February 2012.

Gail joined Food & Wine magazine in 2004, where she directs special projects, writing a monthly column and working closely with the country’s top culinary talent on events and chef-related initiatives. During her tenure, she has been responsible for overseeing the annual Classic in Aspen, America’s premier culinary event. Prior to working at Food & Wine, Gail was the special events manager for Chef Daniel Boulud’s restaurant empire.

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Gail moved to New York City in 1999 to attend culinary school at what is now the Institute of Culinary Education. She then trained in the kitchens of legendary Le Cirque 2000 and groundbreaking Vong restaurants, and worked as the assistant to Vogue magazine’s esteemed food critic, Jeffrey Steingarten. Throughout her career, Gail has contributed to several books, including It Must’ve Been Something I Ate by Steingarten, Chef Daniel Boulud: Cooking in New York City and The New American Chef, by Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page.

In 2014, Gail and her business partner Samantha Hanks, founded Bumble Pie Productions, an original content company dedicated to discovering and promoting new female voices in the food and lifestyle space. Their first series, “Star Plates”—a collaboration with Drew Barrymore’s Flower Films and Authentic Entertainment—premiered in Fall 2016 on the Food Network.

In addition, Gail makes frequent television appearances on NBC’s TODAY, ABC’s Good Morning America, and the Rachel Ray Show, among others. She has been featured in publications such as People, New York magazine, Travel + Leisure, GQ, Entertainment Weekly, US Weekly, Los Angeles Times, and was named the #1 Reality TV Judge in America by the New York Post. Along with her annual appearance at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, she makes regular appearances at the nation’s foremost culinary festivals, including the Austin Food & Wine Festival and Charleston Wine & Food Festival.

In February 2013, Gail was appointed Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Babson College, a mentoring role where she works with student entrepreneurs, helping them develop food-related social enterprises. In April 2016, she received the Award of Excellence by Spoons Across America, a non-profit organization dedicated to educating children about the benefits of healthy eating. She is an active board member and supporter of City Harvest, Hot Bread Kitchen, Common Threads, and the Institute of Culinary Education.

Gail currently lives in New York City with her husband, Jeremy and their two children, Dahlia and Kole.

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