Alright, before you read our lame description....here's what you're really looking for:
Ok, so...in theory you've got a drupal site up and running. It's all themed, functioning, and you're using cool modules. Right? Good. Now how do you keep your site from running away and getting out of control? That's what today's podcast is all about.
We talk about how to maintain your drupal site once it's up and running. We break this episode into two parts. First, we talk about good practices for creating content. We discuss using and installing a WYSIWYG editor, using taxonomy and CCK, and generally making your site 'idiot proof'.
Then, we talk about maintaining your actual installation. This means things like keeping drupal up to date, keeping your modules current, and making sure your site is running the latest security patches.
But, before all this, we get called out by one of our listeners for our website being broken on his mobile device (oops! time for Rob to write a mobile style sheet)...but he gets back in our good graces by providing us with a great, detailed review of a mobile LAMP installation. We also talk about continuing your drupal education over at our blogs (see the links section of this post).
And, finally, we need you guys to send in any drupal questions you have...this is your last chance. A future episode will be comprised of your questions. So send us an MP3 or call the voicemail...otherwise MF will just sing Neil Diamond for that entire episode...