Challenge #3 has just ended at The Module Off! For this challenge, we only had one submission, but it was great work, so I suggest you check out.
One of the major purposes of The Module Off is to help along Drupalists who are just learning to do module development. Thus, this challenge will be a little more open ended than the past two. Your module can have whatever user-facing functionality you'd like; it's up to you, and it doesn't need to be complicated. However, your PHP code should demonstrate the ins and outs of EntityFieldQuery, a powerful query builder for quickly getting lists of entities by filtering on their field and property values. You might want to look at the examples module for examples of example modules :). An EntityFieldQuery example never quite made it in. As a head start, you might want to check out the efq_views module to see EFQ in action.
And the Winner!
Congratulations to HAMbrozilla who created a really solid example of how you can extend EntityFieldQuery and use it in your module. Check out the screencast below and head over to The Module Off to download the code.
The Next Challenge!
The next challenge is all about rules. We're hoping to get some great submissions that will help in finding the difference between two entities within the rules interface. Check it out! A free subscription to Drupalize.me goes to the winner!