This is the second in a four-part series on building a sustainable Drupal distribution using Commerce Kickstart 2.0 as an example.
A sustainable distribution is one that displays the following software attributes: High quality, Extensible, Well Maintained, and Evolving.
Naturally, I have to answer Drupal. While it hasn't seen the level of activity a more targeted community service like Stack Exchange generates, Quora still generates a fair number of questions about Drupal and about CMSes and eCommerce in general. I've seen several seasoned Drupallers around answering questions, including Dries himself.
Spanish Drupal community is celebrating its third Drupalcamp this year in Madrid on October 20th and 21st after the success of the camps in Seville and Barcelona.
Commerce Guys will be collaborating with the event both sponsoring and presenting the latest news about Drupal Commerce and Commerce Kickstart on Sunday the 21st at 11am.
As a quick recap, here’s what it looks like:
Commerce AutoSKU is a really useful tool for those Drupal Commerce users that don't need or don't care about generating their own SKU identifiers. This module uses the Drupal core capabilities to manage tokens and generate SKU for the products based in other product properties such as title, product id or any other token available in the product context. Additionally, the contributed Token module helps a lot with the selection of the pattern.