If there's one thing we've all grown to encounter in Drupal it has, and probably will always be, configuration management. Drupal 8 is looking to solve a lot of that. However a lot of us don't live in the Drupal 8 world and can't sit and wait for that "magical" day. Features gives us a lot of functionality, but after a certain point Features either breaks down or becomes too cumbersome to manage.
One of the benefits to using Drupal is harnessing the command line tool Drush. If you don’t know about Drush, I advise heading over the the repository and also
A recent project of mine has been ContribKanban.com for the Drupal community. The name speaks for itself - it provides a way for contributors to work on Drupal.org project issues queues through a kanban board. This app has two purposes: visualize the Drupal.org project issue queues in a useful fashion, and provide an experiment that tries to fully utilize Drupal.org APIs.
Make the Media: YouTube module responsive friendly with this tidbit of CSS. This snippet provides a responsive solution but doesn't force it to be full width (it will respect the width set on the elements.)
I'll update w/more on what we're seeing later today, but it is clear: Black-hats are exploiting #drupslsa05 already. This is not a drill.