Blogs

News in this area are aggregated from Blogs across Drupal.org:

Drupal blog
Drupal.org blog
Drupal Association blog
Drupal Supporters blog

What’s new on Drupal.org? - May 2017

Spring cleaning for Drupal.org meant improvements to stability and maintenance, UTF8MB4 support, and finding efficiencies in DrupalCI.

Growing community in Moldova

Drupal Moldova's Association guest blog post gives you a glimpse of what is happening in Moldova's community and how you can get involved.

DrupalCon Vienna t-shirts are back! - but there’s a catch.

Remember how we are making changes to DrupalCon Europe? These were hard decisions and some things we love we found just weren’t financially viable. Like free t-shirts. But one thing we heard a lot was “please don’t take away the t-shirts!”  

We heard you. And while it doesn’t make financial sense to give free t-shirts to all attendees, we still want to be able to continue to offer them. So we’ve come up with a plan.

Drupal Business Survey 2017 calls for input

One Shoe and Exove in collaboration with the Drupal Association are launching the second edition of the Drupal Business Survey in June 2017. The purpose of the Drupal Business Survey is to gain insights into the key issues that Drupal agency owners and company leaders worldwide face. As a community based global survey the initiators are keen to hear new ideas and suggestions on Drupal Business related topics.

What’s new on Drupal.org? - April 2017

In April we added the ability to star favorite projects, use sub-tree splits of Drupal Core and Components with Composer, made project browsing and discovery improvements, and more. We also announced the location of the next DrupalCon North America.

Insight into Drupal Association Financials

To give more insight into Drupal Association financials, we are launching a blog series. This is the first one in the series and it is for all of you who love knowing the inner workings. It provides an overview of:

Providing Insight Into Drupal Association Financials

It is critical that the Drupal Association remains financially sustainable so we can fulfill our mission into the future. As a non-profit organization based in the United States, the responsibility of maintaining financial health falls on the Executive Director and the Drupal Association Board.

Want to host DrupalCon North America in Your City? We Have the RFP for You.

We are excited to open our RFP process for DrupalCon North America. We are currently looking at locations for 2019 and at locations for 2020. We are running the RFP process concurrently for both years.

Drupal Association April 26, 2017 Board Meeting Update

After board meetings, I publish a blog post to provide an overview of the meeting along with the board packet, meeting minutes, and a video of the meeting. Since we just had a board meeting at DrupalCon Baltimore, I want to share details about that meeting as well as pull the lens back to give the community more insight into board meetings and our 2017 schedule. I hope this additional information gives better insight into the Drupal Association’s board activities.

The Process for Evolving Community Governance

An effort is underway to evolve Drupal’s community governance. The Drupal community is in the driver’s seat.

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