Time is flying by. There is now only 7 weeks to go to DrupalCon San Francisco! I'm really looking forward to it I have to admit. Although I've visited the US a fair bit, I've never been to the west coast, not to mind say San Francisco. Dermot is coming over with me this time, and we're planning on taking an extra week to travel around and do some sightseeing. We're also going to visit a good friend of mine, Aimee, in LA, and then travel back up to Sacremento to visit other friends.
Drupal 7 code freeze is almost upon us, and you may now be considering upgrading your modules and themes. To make that process as easy as possible, I've been working hard to update the Coder module with all the necessary Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 reviews to help you identify where in your module or theme you need to make changes.
I've finally got consensus on the JS coding standards we should adopt in Drupal. I got lots of useful feedback at Drupalcon Szeged last week, and so have now posted up a slightly modified version of my JS Coding Standards proposal in the Drupal handbook at http://drupal.org/node/172169 This is the final version (other than a few tweaks) and replaces the existing set of standards in the handbook. I've also included the final version below. Enjoy!