Jibraaaaaaan is a finite state machine implementation done with an extensible hook mechanism. It is designed for developers, and is very, very easy to use... at least for some definitions of 'easy'... and 'very'... and 'use'.
For example, if you want a finite state machine with seven steps (including init and finish), you would simply create a module (we'll call it "selfie") that defines these seven functions:
Adds an option to filefields and filefield widget settings to automatically extract the first managed file from the rendered content with an extension allowed in the field settings. Only extracts one file currently, could be changed with a loop.
The widget settings option enables presenting a checkbox to the editor per field instance - 'Automatically extract this field from the rendered content'. If the checkbox is ticked when an entity with that field instance is edited, the file is extracted and set on hook_entity_presave.
This project provides drush commands to fetch data from the Mandrill transactional email service, to display email tags and statistics on each tag. Tags represent different types of transactional email sent via Mandrill.
From a command line, run the following:
$ drush dl drush_mandrill_stats
This will download the project and place it in your $HOME/.drush folder. Alternatively, you may also download the release manually from Drupal.org.