In case you missed it, the Drupal community is electing one candidate to serve a two-year term on the Drupal Association Board of Directors. There are two At-Large (community elected) seats on the Board. The other seat is currently held by Addison Berry.
Nominations are now closed for the single At-Large seat on the Association Board of Directors. We have an astounding number of candidates from all over the world running for this seat. We're thrilled that so many of you are so invested in our community that you're taking this step. As with any election, we want to have an informed electorate.
From October 13 to December 30, 2015, we ran our biggest membership drive campaign ever. We did a lot of experimenting and I want to share some results and learnings with you.
But first, I'll tell you about our program. Drupal Association membership is for anyone who uses Drupal, and anyone who wants to support our community and the project through a donation of membership dues. Membership is one way to contribute to Drupal, but it is by no means the only way.
It’s a great time to be part of the Drupal Association. We’ve done some amazing work in the last few years, and we’re in a great position to work with the community to continue to improve and grow fully into our mission. As a Drupal Association At-Large Director, you’d be in the center of the action.
Happy birthday, Drupal community! Today is the Drupal project's 15th birthday. In honor of the upcoming year, we've put together a retrospective of some of the incredible changes and accomplishments we made together last year.
Look at our Strategic Roadmap highlighting how this work falls into our priorities set by the Drupal Association Board.
The Drupal.org Engineering team finished out 2015 with some quick wins, some planning for the new year, and some time spent catching our breath. With the December holidays wrapped in as well, this will be a bit of a shorter update. But after a frenetic November supporting the Drupal 8 release, a quieter December was just what the team needed to close the book on the year.