• warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/rbezemer/softwarebyrichard.com/modules/taxonomy/taxonomy.pages.inc on line 34.
  • warning: Parameter 1 to tac_lite_node_grants() expected to be a reference, value given in /home/rbezemer/softwarebyrichard.com/includes/module.inc on line 483.
  • warning: Parameter 1 to tac_lite_node_grants() expected to be a reference, value given in /home/rbezemer/softwarebyrichard.com/includes/module.inc on line 483.
  • warning: Parameter 1 to tac_lite_node_grants() expected to be a reference, value given in /home/rbezemer/softwarebyrichard.com/includes/module.inc on line 483.
  • warning: Parameter 2 to gmap_gmap() expected to be a reference, value given in /home/rbezemer/softwarebyrichard.com/includes/module.inc on line 483.
  • warning: Parameter 1 to tac_lite_node_grants() expected to be a reference, value given in /home/rbezemer/softwarebyrichard.com/includes/module.inc on line 483.
  • warning: Parameter 1 to tac_lite_node_grants() expected to be a reference, value given in /home/rbezemer/softwarebyrichard.com/includes/module.inc on line 483.

drupal

Finally updated the site

Well it was a long time coming but I finally converted my old wordpress blog into a full fledged drupal cms. I figured now that I've spend the last year working in drupal, it was about time I moved over.

Porting over everything was extremly simple using the drupal wordpress importer, very impressive module. I'm also very happy with the drupal geshi code formatting module, much more intuitive than the equivalent wordpress version.

I'm an open source contributer!

Drupal private messaging module updates

Check out case 634194, sure it's not much, but I'm excited anyway, for all the amount I've used open source projects in the past, it's great to finally have contributed something back to one.

Hopefully once my current project is released I can actually contribute some full fledged modules to drupal.

PayPal Mass Payment Api and Drupal

I had the task of determining a way to pay out commissions to users on our Drupal marketplace. At first this seemed like quite the daunting task, even with the PayPal MassPay API right in front of me.