We Love Our Volunteers!

Volunteers sprintingThis week is National Volunteer Week, a week to recognize that volunteerism is a building block to a strong and thriving community.  The Drupal Community is no different: as an open-source project our volunteers are vital to the health and growth of our project.  There are so many roles and levels of contribution within our Drupal ecosystem that we at the Drupal Association wanted to highlight how much your contribution means to us and our work.  I took some time and asked around, here’s some of

Announcing Our New Drupal Co-Marketing Initiative

expo imageMarketing is a key factor to growing Drupal adoption and spreading the goodness of Drupal. One way to do that is by exhibiting at key industry events. The CMS Garden team has done a great job getting Drupal included in some key events in Europe and now the Drupal Association will take on a parallel effort.

Drupal Newsletter: Jobs, Events, News, and Conversation

The Drupal Newsletter—an opt-in-only, weekly email subscription—is the easiest way to keep up with the Drupal community.

New Try Drupal Program

One of the Drupal Association's primary missions is to grow the adoption of Drupal.  We are about to launch a new program on April 15th called Try Drupal.  The program will make it easy and fast for evaluators to try Drupal and have a simple, great experience while on Drupal.org.

What's new on Drupal.org - March 2015

Look for links to our Strategic Roadmap highlighting how this work falls into our priorities set by the Drupal Association Board and Drupal.org Working Groups.

Community User Role

The Community user role is the next step of a larger project of improving user role progression on Drupal.org. We began this work by streamlining the account creation and login workflow, which makes it easier for newcomers to jump into Drupal.org and contribute without losing context...

Drupal Association CTO: Year 1

My first day as Chief Technology Officer for the Drupal Association was the 31st of March 2014. I like to joke that I started a day before April Fool's Day on purpose.

As the first CTO for the Drupal Association, I'd like to highlight a few of the lessons I've learned and the accomplishments of the Drupal.org Product and Engineering Team over the past year.

Please help us welcome Matt, Tina, and Bradley

After a very busy year and a half, we're nearly done shoring up on new hires here at the Drupal Association. We’ve been working hard to bring in the best talent around, and are thrilled to announce our three new staff members: Matt, Tina, and Brad!

Matt Tsugawa, CFO, Finance and HR Team

Clever Ways to Raise Funds for D8 Accelerate

Drupal 8 Accelerate benefit concertWhat’s the most clever way to raise funds for Drupal? Ask Ralf Hendel of Comm Press in Hamburg Germany.

The Drupal Association is working with the Drupal 8 branch maintainers to provide $250,000 in Drupal 8 Acceleration Grants that will be awarded to individuals and groups, helping them get Drupal 8 from beta to release.

Drupal Dev Day in NYC

The NYC Drupal Users Group is holding a Drupal Dev Day conference (#D3NYC15) on April 19th at John Jay College. People are pretty excited about this, and we're looking forward to some of the many ways we'll be able to give back to the community in doing so.

Lessons from DrupalCamp London

DrupalCamp London wrapped up on March 1st, making it the third large Drupal event in London since DrupalCon London in 2011. Over the past three years, the local events team has learned a great deal about planning a successful DrupalCamp in one of the largest and most diverse cities in the world.

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