Getting Involved

It’s really the Drupal community and not so much the software that makes the Drupal project what it is. So fostering the Drupal community is actually more important than just managing the code base.

- Dries Buytaert

As an open source project, we don’t have employees to provide Drupal improvements and support. We depend on our diverse community of passionate volunteers to move the project forward by working on not just web development and user support but also many other contributions and interests (such as marketing, organising user groups and camps, speaking at events, maintaining documentation and helping to review issues).

Getting Involved Guide

Community Spotlight

We love open source because it means anyone can get involved, making the community vibrant and the web full of inspirational sites. See why we love Drupal and how we got involved:

Kia ora DrupalSouth - stories, insights, Drupal

This month’s Drupal Spotlight is a Q&A snapshot from some amazing speakers and organisers behind the recent DrupalSouth in Auckland, New Zealand. We look in and beyond the code at the voices and perspectives of people building in Drupal and influencing our community, including how they got into technology, and vision for the future.