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When you're doing online engagement, it's not always easy to know what's working or what you should be doing better. With limited time and resources,
Ok, so we didn't win an Oscar. But for those who work in our field, this is about as close as you can get.
I have some big news: I have decided to leave EchoDitto.
After working on some 50-odd Drupal projects over the past few years and inheriting a number of (often questionable) others, it occurred to us it'd be a good idea to have a script that detects hacks and/or "modifications" to Drupal core for a given Drupal install.