As part of the Drupal Workflow Initiative we have critical issue relating to Content Moderation and translations. This is not actually a Content Moderation issue, but is just surfaced by Content Moderation because it allows you to create forward revisions. The video here should explain the issue:
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A few weeks ago I recorded an updated screencast of the Workspace, Deploy, and Relaxed Web services module. Here it is:
Please comment, tweet, IRC, or Slack any questions.
Over the past month there has been a lot of focus on Drupal, the community. More recently it seems people are back to thinking about the software. Dave Hall and David Hernandez both posted eye opening posts with thoughts and ideas of what needs doing and how we can more forward.
A one line summary of those posts would be "We should slim down core, make it more modular, and have many distros".
Drupal 8 has two revisionable entity types, Node and Block Content. When working with revisions it's key to understand the different states a revision can have.
If you have a node with the ID 1 you can load it with
Node::load(1);, this will load the default revision. You may have 200 revisions of node 1, but the default revision is the one which is loaded by default.
Currently forward revisions are revisions with a higher revision ID than the default revision, and past revisions are revisions with a lower revision ID than the default revision.