Got spam? Sure you do. I use the Mollom module and service to control spam on Drupal sites, including the (now Drupal 7!) Drupal Ace. Mollom reports heavy action on the front lines: It's blocking over 1,000 spam attempts a day on this site, and on one day late last year, whacked over 16,000 urgent missives concerning Air Jordan-wearing Russian brides refinancing viagra at Canadian pharmacies. Read more about Going bulk on site spam
You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you. – Walt Disney
It just wouldn't be a picnic without the ants. — Author Unknown
Troubles. Adversity. These are the tests that wake us from complacency, allowing us to see the good around us. So it is, too, with the update from Drupal 6 to 7. Struggling through the update's attendant troubles, a Drupal user is rewarded in the end with a renewed appreciation of a true wonder of the Web:
But. While it's true that I've migrated a simple site or two to WordPress for learning purposes, it would hardly be kosher for a site called Drupal Ace to run on a platform sans pointy-headed mascot. So. After much delay and hesitant tests, I've finally moved this site to Drupal 7. And it works!...
As a simple look at this site's posting record makes clear, your Drupal Ace A.i.N.O. (Ace in Name Only) has been away from any real Drupal development activities for several months. Blame real-life commitments and all that other stuff that a new module can't banish. Read more about Responsive themes make going mobile a snap
If I've not been posting much lately, it's been for the following reasons: wanting to get a good external blogging client working (more or less solved; stay tuned!), and a strange sudden loss of ability to place inline images into posts. Read more about Solved: Strange Drupal image problem