May 4, 2012

This post is part of our Weekly Watercooler series.

4K news this week:

  • We wrapped up our work on relaunching the Which MBA? section of, which gives prospective MBA students access to blogs, school rankings, a forum (Organic Groups!), and webinars.
  • Diana is at DrupalCamp Stanford this week, sharing the Drupal love with newbies and pros alike.
  • Mark wrote an excellent tutorial on how to migrate your “old” HTML content into you shiny new Drupal site.
  • Elliott and Mike are joyfully refactoring the code behind which we launched in beta at DrupalCon Denver. Jared is also updating some of the UI, so with their powers combined, soon the site will be looking fresher and sporting some new features. Once we finish up a little more refactoring, we’ll make the code public on Github so you can create your own poetry website!
  • Chris and Ian are hard at work on building the new site which will provide better information on how to use the distribution and where to find support.
  • Pressflow also got a shout out this week in Dries’ announcement of Spark — a new distro aspiring to be “the Pressflow of Drupal authoring experience”.
  • RoboChef (our IRC bot) can now provide us with helpful Austin tips via the #WhenInAustin Tumblr.

R.I.P. Adam “MCA” Yauch

And finally a bit of sad news, today MCA of the Beastie Boys has passed away at age 47, and still rocked the mic with the best of them.


As a follow up to this post, the When in Austin hubot plugin is now officially part of the hubot-scripts project:

It’s nearly comical how much you can do with so few lines of JavaScript these days!

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Aaron Stanush
May 4, 2012
Aaron Stanush is President and Co-Founder at Four Kitchens who manages presence, products, and partnerships.