You Might be a Bad Drupal Developer If...
- You use Dropbox as your version control system.
- You download and install 1000+ Drupal modules “just in case” you need them.
- You give anonymous users permission to Views UI "so they can customize their experience."
- You provide the PHP filter option for the comment field in order to find Drupal talent by seeing who can hack your site first.
- You give anonymous users the “Administer permissions” privilege so they don't have to bug you in order to turn on a feature for themselves.
- You claim "Ubercart is clearly PCI compliant” because of a forum thread starting and ending in 2008.
- Your favorite IDE is MS word.
- You place all of your site content into blocks instead of nodes (or other entities).
- Your idea of upgrading a module from D6 to D7 is changing the version number in the .info file.
- You routinely set the sites/default/files permissions to 777. After all, how else would you upload a file?
- You pronounce “Dries” like you would the plural of the word dry.
- You don’t realize @drupaltruth is being hilariously sarcastic.
- You tried migrating from Wordpress to Drupal by replacing wp-config.php with settings.php.
- You use snowpeoples as your favorite delimiter.
- You went to JoomlaCamp Colorado and ended up here by mistake.
- Your favorite way to ‘integrate’ 3rd party code is to use php includes from external urls.
- You spend hours each week trying to get developers to ditch IRC and join your AIM channel.
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