When working with Drupal in a local development environment, it is often necessary to disable and uninstall modules for various reasons. A module must be disabled before it can be uninstalled. I found it useful to have shell functions to issue the Drush pm-disable and pm-uninstall commands.
To set this up, add the following functions to the appropriate shell config files (ex: .bash_profile, .bashrc, .zshrc):
For the third year in a row, I had the pleasure of attending DrupalCamp Atlanta. I look forward to this event every year because it is well planned, organized and a true value. The other reason, I look forward to attending is hanging out with my wife, @mrsshrop before and after the event on Saturday.
It has been a little over a week since I came back home from DrupalCon Chicago. I have to say that I am still processing the many discussions and sessions I attended. I do feel that I can write a bit about my experiences at this point. Considering this is my first DrupalCon and that the trip was expensive, I feel both excited and blessed that my employer was able to send me this year.
I have some Drupal 6 themes which utilize images that need to be uploaded by the users to the sites files folder while maintaining one copy of the theme for a multisite install. It turns out to be simpler that I original expected.
I followed the instructions at http://drupal.org/node/177868 and it worked out quite well. I was able to modify some of the code further down on the same page in a comment to setup file uploads. See that code example here: http://drupal.org/node/177868#comment-1445178.