Using the flag module, people can maintain lists of nodes on a Drupal site. To access their list of bookmarks, a tab on the users page can be provided. This tab is accessible at user/[uid]/bookmarks lets say.
For the Entity Reference (http://drupal.org/project/entityreference) there exist two modules, which make it possible to create the nodes you want to reference on the fly. Those are
The backend of a Drupal site basically is used by two very different groups of people. First, the developers who build the site and do a lot of stuff usually called "administration" of the site. On the other end, there are the editors, who mainly create and edit content.
With Views module you can create pages and add menu items to them. The ugly thing is: once you have created a menu item via Views, you can not get rid of it, because even if you remove it in the Views interface, its corresponding row in the database still hangs around.
Here is a snippet to redirect a user after a node save
Here are some short notes about interesting module I recently discovered. All the listed module are available for Drupal 7 already. I have to admit, that I had no time to try them so far.
Recently a module by eaton catched my attention: Entity Views Attachement (EVA). As I have been using Viewfield quite often I was wondering, what the actual difference between those two modules is.
Fago did a presentation about how to implement your own entity. Basically you would like to create your own entity when you need objects that have a different behavior to the existing entities like nodes, user or vocabularies.
DrupalCity Berlin pushed the level of Drupal event-decoration. Look at this crazy stuff...
Wolfgang Ziegler aka fago did a session
Jeff Eaton presented interesting ideas at DrupalCon London under the title "Snowman".
The guys from Nuvole (italian for cloud) gave a great and very precise presentation called "Building and Maintaining Drupal Distributions" which was basically about
Create an user account at the Drupal Watchdog website and download a copy of the newest Drupal Watchdog magazine just released RIGHT NOW. The topic of this issue is "Mobile Drupal" and it features texts of reknown Drupal people like Larry Garfield, John Albins and many others!
The keynote of day 2 of DrupalCon London was given by Tom Standage and had the title
Here is a little photostory from Dries Keynote...
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