A new web project I contributed to is online: www.bobiennale.de. BoBiennale is a festival in Bochum, Gemany with more than 100 artists and participants in more than 40 locations in the city.
My contribution was frontend and backend development, using a symfony-based CMS.
This script for Google Drive finds all Google Doc-files inside Drive, converts them to PDF and sends them via (one or more) emails to the currently logged in user. Since there’s a quota of 25 MB for attachments in one email the script sends multiple emails if the PDFs get too large.
As a backup it’s useful to have a copy of the Doc files because they exist only as links on your local Drive folder, so in case you accidentally delete them (or something goes wrong at Google, which is not very probable) you at least have a read-only copy.
The script is used as a web-app, so it can be triggered via a URL.
I switched the website to PHP 7, in order to develop some projects directly with more speed and the latest php version. The disadvantage is that some plugins here are not yet php 7 ready, so the next weeks some glitches and/or broken pages might be visible…