Drupal 6 end-of-life announcement

On February 24th 2016, Drupal 6 will reach end of life and no longer be supported.

Thanking Drupal.org Working Group members

Drupal.org, the home of the Drupal community, has grown organically for many years. At some point it grew so large that a clear decision making structure became a necessity.

Turning Drupal outside-in

There has been a lot of discussion around the future of the Drupal front end both on Drupal.org and on Dries's blog posts. These all relate to Dries's concept of "progressive decoupling", in which some portions of the page are handed over to client-side logic after Drupal renders the initial page (not to be confused with "full decoupling"). The posts have drawn a variety of reactions.

What’s new on Drupal.org? - January 2016

Look at our Roadmap highlighting how this work falls into our priorities set by the Drupal Association staff with the direction from the Board and collaboration with the community.

Drupal 8.0.3 and 7.42 released

Drupal 8.0.3 and Drupal 7.42, maintenance releases with numerous bug fixes (no security fixes), are now available for download.

Introducing a new Community Initiatives Process

One of the most important lessons of 2015 for the Engineering Team here at the Drupal Association is that we need better ways to engage with you, the community. We realized we need better tools and ways to communicate with you about our current priorities, how you can influence those priorities, and how you can help make Drupal.org and the Drupal project better than ever.

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