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Drupal 8.1.7 released

Drupal 8.1.7, a maintenance release which contains fixes for security vulnerabilities, is now available for download.

What’s new on - June 2016

The Drupal Association had our annual staff retreat, the documentation migration begins, composer repositories hit beta, and more.

Drupal 7.50 released

Drupal 7.50, the next release in the Drupal 7 series, is now available for download. It contains a variety of new features, improvements, and bug fixes (no security fixes).

A roadmap for making Drupal more API-first

Drupal 8's web services initiative is under way. This is a progress report highlighting some of the people driving the work, and sharing a rough timeline.

Drupal is for ambitious digital experiences

Drupal started as a tool for hobbyists building community websites, but over time it's evolved to support large and sophisticated use cases.

Drupal 8.1.3 and 7.44 released

Drupal 8.1.3 and 7.44, maintenance releases which contain fixes for security vulnerabilities, are now available for download.

See the Drupal 8.1.3 and Drupal 7.44 release notes for further information.

DrupalCI: Continuous Integration Testing for

Why test?

The goal of automated testing is confidence: confidence in application stability, and confidence that new features work as intended. Continuous integration as a philosophy is about speeding the rate of change while keeping stability. As the number of contributing programmers increase, the need to have automated testing as a means to prove stability increases.

What’s new on - May 2016

We're back from DrupalCon with updates about's Composer Façade, changes to documentation, and the next DrupalCon location announced.

Saying goodbye

When I started on the last day of March 2014, I could never have guessed at how challenging and rewarding this role would be. That is why it is incredibly hard to say that my last day with the Drupal Association will be June 10th.

For more details read, Reorganizing for a changing Drupal.

The Complexity

At DrupalCon New Orleans, during both Dries's keynote and at the State of Drupal Core Conversation, question of whether/when to move to Github came up again.