Talking Drupal: Talking Drupal #439 - Drupal 7 Long-Term Support

Today we are talking about Drupal 7 Long Term Support, common security tips, and support services you can use with guests Greg Knaddison, Aaron Frost, and Dave Welch . We’ll also cover Storybook as our module of the week.

For show notes visit:

  • Drupal 7 EoL
  • Drupal will not stop working
  • Security team perspective
  • Security concerns
  • Extened Community Support
  • Long Term support
  • HeroDevs
  • Never ending support (NES)
    • PHP
    • Hosting
    • Security
    • Contrib
  • Product advisor
  • Colorado Digital Service
Resources Guests

Greg Knaddison - greggles Aaron Frost - aaronfrost Dave Welch - dwelch2344


Nic Laflin - nicxvan John Picozzi - johnpicozzi Ivan Stegic - ivanstegic

MOTW Correspondent

Mark Casias - markie

  • Module name/project name:
  • Brief description:
    • The storybook module makes it easier to create a connection between Drupal and Storybook. It adds some Twig functionality so you can write Stories in Twig as opposed to YML or JSON or React
  • Brief history
    • How old: Less than a year
    • Versions available: Alpha4 came out earlier this month
  • Maintainership
    • Actively maintained: Yes
    • Number of open issues: 6
    • Test coverage: no
  • Usage stats:
    • N/A: for development only
    • Maintainer(s):
    • Mateu Aguiló Bosch (e0ipso) from Lullabot.
    • Module features and usage
    • Twig based stories
    • Pulls in Sites theme and base css.
    • So needs some updates to the
    • Also means it is hard to publish a storybook.
    • No need for SDC (but works well with it)
    • Great instructions on the module page
    • Way easier than previous integrations including cl_server.
    • Not as opinionated as previous storybook integrations.