I'm away for two weeks from Tuesday on holiday with my wife and daughter. So you can have a break too!
Never been to Crete before, but I believe the wild flowers and Easter time is very special. We plan to get into the mountains as well as the coast and ancient sites. I love the Med. Greece,
Some things I've noticed already:
Drupal content types includes blog, book, forum, story and much more...
The blocks to build a site are the usual elements of header, main, side bar(s) and footer.
I think this blog Welcome to the Quad will continue, but there's two other possibilities:
- They say there's a book in everyone (which of course includes our readers!). So unsurprisingly, the Drupal book content type might be really useful to begin a collaborative outline for a open source book on Hodges' model. Believe me this won't happen without the views and input of others, but h2cm is a cognitive currency that must be shared. I say currency not in the monetary sense but the sense of a shared value.
- There's a world of expertise out there and c/o the Global Alliance for Nursing and Midwifery there's the possibility of a community of practice devoted to Global Frameworks for Health. This is about being open-minded in terms of other generic high-level frameworks. In resorting to Drupal I don't want to reinvent the wheel, if there are existing communities to join then let's get on with it.
Finally started a banner for the blog (so far it's erm a bit bubbly) and podcast 2 is nearly there. I have still not heard about the Serres
Ruby's going on holiday too (for reading) and something lighter for the sake of the case and relationships. There's another post about the great books and music that somehow passes us by. I've never read Don Quixote - so I could put that right.
I’ll pack an art pad too. The door to that room is going to creak like mad, but it will be worth pushing ajar and walking through. Once there, at least five other doors beckon. Something to share with Beth. Bye for now.
See you sometime after the 18th!