A limited time offer for Drupal Association Members

When we ask our members the biggest reason they join the Drupal Association, we've heard over and over again that our members do so because they want to support Drupal and the community.

Add the Drupal Project to your professional experience on LinkedIn

For many in the Drupal community, working on the Project can become like a full-time job. Maintaining modules, patching bugs, organizing camps and responding to issues in the issue queue can be a lot of work, and now, you can get professional recognition on LinkedIn for your efforts.

Drupal.org team week notes #25: exciting 2 years

Today is a special edition of week notes. Exactly 2 years ago I published the first post. A lot has happened since then, but we are still happy to share our news and updates every couple of weeks. Here is for the next 2 years!

So... what happened in the past few weeks?

Join Us for the Next Drupal Association Board Meeting

Things continue to move really quickly at the Association. With DrupalCon Austin less than a month away, we're also moving forward on DrupalCon Amsterdam, DrupalCon Latin America, and lots of non-DrupalCon projects as well. Join us at this meeting to get more background on the lastest happenings at the Association.

Announcing newest Drupal.org Software Working Group members

Last summer, we created three Drupal.org working groups: one for content, one for software, and one for infrastructure. Since then, Working Group members have put countless hours of time and energy into making Drupal.org the best it can be! Now that we’re winding to the end of our first year with the working groups, we’d like to announce small changes in membership. We have two new members joining the Drupal.org Software Working Group!

"Danke" from Frankfurt

DrupalCamp Frankfurt LogoThis post was written by Manuela Meier, a member of the organizational team of DrupalCamp Frankfurt 2014, and Senior Manager Software Development at Cocomore AG/Frankfurt.


Whitney Hess to lead Drupal.org user research

Several weeks ago, we issued an RFQ for User Research as part of our Drupal.org revamp. We received a big number of exciting submissions, and the Drupal Association staff and Drupal.org Content Working Group members had a wonderful time reviewing responses and interviewing potential vendors.

Now, after several weeks of reading and careful debate, we’re thrilled to announce that we’ve selected a vendor for our user research: Whitney Hess!

Helping as Customer Service Coordinator

Hi Drupal community, I’m Lizz Trudeau. Some of you already know me-- I have worked with many of you to answer questions about Association Membership in recent years. I am excited to tell you about my new role in the Drupal Association as the Customer Service Coordinator.

Drupal.org is staffing up

The Drupal Association Board of Directors has committed to significantly improving Drupal.org in 2014. As a result, we are staffing up, working with contractors, and improving volunteer engagement paths so that we can really accelerate change on the site this year and keep the momentum going into next year.

What’s next for Drupal.org?

The primary imperative outlined in our 2014 Leadership Plan and Budget is to make Drupal.org shine. Here are the things I am going to be focused on most immediately to that end:

Hello, Drupal Community!

My name is Rachel Friesen and I’m the newest member of the Drupal Association. I’ve been hired on to a Sponsor Fulfillment position, which means I will be working closely with those of you who help the Association through sponsorships and business partnerships.


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