If you want to fetch content from remote sites that are not supported by standard Feeds fetching plugins, you must probably write custom PHP code to achieve this. Feeds PHP Fetcher simplifies this task by allowing you to enter PHP code directly into Drupal interface, without the complex work of writing custom module and implementing your own Feeds Fetcher plugin.
Standard Geolocation Field in Drupal 7 allows displaying of content only as a static image, using static Google Maps API. This solution is very limited: users can't scroll the map, zoom it nor change display type. I've implemented a patch which allows you to replace this image with dynamic, scrollable and zoomable map, which you know from many sites (including http://maps.google.com :) ).
I've migrated this website to Drupal 7. Migration process was quite easy and straightforward; in fact, I'm impressed with quality of work that Drupal folks did to achieve this level of quality. But I still need some time to configure the stuff up and have it working.
I also made some important decisions about this blog. First of all, despite of my weak english, I won't write anything in polish. It will be a good training of my language skills :).
Drupal 7, the cutting-edge version of my favourite CMS, is now released.
I won't be migrating klimek.ws website to D7, but will test that on my "R&D" sites.
Main difference (except new look&feel) is philosophy of content types. Currently content types are by default created by the user, using technology known from "Content Creation Kit" in D6. There also is an automated, one-click update mechanism for modules and themes... and more!