This audit was a first of its kind for me and for the PHP/Drupal Practice (as far as I am aware). We had no guidelines, framework, or basis to do this. So I set out to come up with a useful audit that can provide valuable feedback for the client to help improve their website.
Recently I was tasked with exporting the latest submissions from a specific form built with Webforms, the Drupal module. The requirements are that it runs every 30 minutes, is built in a specific XML format, and only sends submissions that have yet to be sent.
Today my EmbedIt.in Integrator module for Drupal 6 reached full project status. It is the first project that I have submitted to the Drupal community. I have already tagged version 1.0 for Drupal 6. I hope to soon have a version for Drupal 7 available.
For several years now I have been developing custom modules for various projects. However, up until recently, I had never submitted any of those modules to the Drupal community. I have been working for VML since the beginning of January and I have developed multiple modules for various projects.
Today I submitted a contribution to the open source e-commerce project called OpenCart. My contribution is an XML product feed generator script that is compatible with Google Base. It requires no modification of the Open Cart core and is a simple upload installation.