We are almost at the end of the first month of the year so we could now ask a question which could feel even uncomfortable for some: how is it going with your new year's resolutions? How are you going on building your new and better habits?

The adoption of good habits and destroying the bad ones can become an exhaustive task and we can think of getting tools to meet our goals. That is the case of Habitica, an app which I have used since some months ago and applies a gamification concept to urge you on developing new good habits.

This week we have attended the Internet Governance Forum 2016, a grand event coordinated by the United Nations which we had the privilege to have in our city.

The IGF is a space where diverse stakeholders either public and private sectors are reunited to discuss new ideas and politics to meet better conditions and face the new challenges brought by the growing of the Internet.

I have decided to write this entry because in the past few days I exploring the RESTful module of Drupal 8 to publish some contents from an outer source and I found myself on a confusing situation, even when there are already many tutorials and documentation about it, which however may have become already obsolete in certain way as the RESTful module has transformed since the beginning (as the one and only Dries Buytaert explained in his website).

Drupal has the ability to mount multiple websites within one single Drupal instance. How is convenient to use this feature? It's a great idea to consider when we have several sites which shares similar features. For instance, if we have several websites where we must implement the same modules or share one same visual theme, it could be convenient to integrate them as part of a Drupal multisite. The advantage of doing that is the maintenance tasks become easier when updating the Drupal core and its modules.