A look back at interesting modules, articles and other Drupal news of the last week: September 28 - October 5, 2012.
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Great Posts and Tutorials
Interesting New Modules
WEM - This module allows you to create user segments, based on user actions, and then control site content per segment. Basically, you can give a different site experience to different users depending on the actions they have taken on your site.
MC Hammer - MC Hammer is a mail composing tool based on panels.
Admin Toggle - Admin Toggle allows site admins to toggle the display of admin items on a page with the press of a single key. This allows admins to easily preview what their site looks like to non-admins
Linkchecker Highlight - Highlight links determined to be broken by the Linkchecker module.
Retina Images - Adds an option to all image effects included with core to allow them to output high resolution images for high DPI or retina displays.
Login one time mail to all - Send one time login mail to all registered users except admin.
OG Clone - Makes it possible to clone an entire group and all its content, or, potentially, all its members.
OG Color - Integrates the color module with organic groups so if the group has a colorable theme the color scheme can be controlled on a per-group basis.
Cache Lifetime Options - increases the available options for core page cache up to a year
Delayed ownership - This module allows anonymous users to create content and to keep their authorship when logging in.
Architecture - The Architecture module provides reports documenting how your Drupal site is architected.
Passwordless - This module replaces the regular Drupal login form with a modification of the password-request form, to give the possibility to log in without using a password. Every time a user needs to log in, only the e-mail address is required.
Suggested Modules - Suggested Modules allows module maintainers to enter a ‘suggests’ property to their module info file, with a link to a relevant module project page. This is different than ‘required’ modules as this does not inhibit using a module, merely suggests to the user that there are compatible/complimenting modules they may be interested in grabbing.