In total about 31 issues. If these issues don't get done on time, they might have to wait a long time before they can hop on another release train.
1. Further refinement of the "Dynamic Page Cache" or smartcache layer
2. A new "Stable" theme to support folks that want to make sure Drupal gets out of the way of their themeing: https://www.drupal.org/node/2580687
3. Moving the vendor directory into the root so that composer-driven development can be better supported: https://www.drupal.org/node/2574533
4. The complexity in the entityreference.module was reduced, broken up, and spread to relevant areas in core: https://www.drupal.org/node/2429191
5. A few more theme functions were converted to twig. A few more CSS lints were fixed.
All in all lots of action, but only a handful of issues were marked critical since that number went to zero. After October 7th and we've recovered from our parties, maybe we'll see the number of criticals go back up > 10. But if we don't then I think it's a healthy sign that we're really close to being done.
And then I can start talking to my coworkers about how to adopt Drupal 8 and we all can be happy I'm not talking about how great Drupal 8 is GOING to be.
What is it? Performance Observer allows you to subscribe to notifications of new performance metrics - e.g. resource timing events when a fetch finishes, user timing marks and measure, etc. In short, you no longer have to poll the timeline for new performance events, just subscribe, sit back, and watch them stream in... \o/
Want to give it a try? Boot up Chrome Canary and...
- Enable chrome://flags/#enable-experimental-web-platform-features
- Reboot Chrome Canary
- Visit demo page @ bit.ly/1OiRS7f
Have feedback or questions? Let me know.
Previously a huge amount of effort was put in to evolve Drupal's presentation of error messages to the user. In order to improve the user experience for screen readers and users a lot of work needed to be put into how the errors were coded before (hard-coded) and how we want them be (not so hard coded).
All of the work was in danger of being removed and re-targetted for 8.1.x until it was decided that it could be pushed into a module and marked "experimental" for Drupal 8.
In order to start living in the "always be shippible" world that Drupal needs to go, we needed to find the efforts that were not in a shippible state and find a way to keep them going without impacting October 7th.
A lot of people chiming into the issue are immensely sad to see this effort unfinished. But are happy with this compromise in that the work "technically" made the train in the hidden stow-away compartment known only to travel veterans.
It appears that Inline Form Errors will be this version's Entity API. In that we shipped something but it was incomplete and will need to be fleshed out over the Drupal 8 lifecycle. What's different this time around is that we will have the time to focus on finishing it in the 6 month development cycle that starts when Drupal 8.0.0 ships and we start planning features for 8.1.0
- NBA Jam
- Bike Rivals
- Best Fiends
- Marvel Puzzle Quest Dark Reign
- Riptide GP2
- Big Hero 6 Bot Fight
- Bridge Constructor
- Marvel Pinball
- Crossy Road
- Angry Birds Under Pigstruction
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