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The Drupal Association is a non-profit organization that fosters and supports the Drupal software project, the community and its growth. Supported by organizations and individual members like you, the Drupal Association uses its resources, network, and funds to constantly engage in new projects and initiatives to help educate people about Drupal and support the Drupal project's growth. Read more on our home page

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DrupalCon Latin America - Embracing Diversity

Cross-posted from DrupalCon Latin America

Photo Credits: Jeremy Thorson

English / Castellano

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D8 sprint in Goa 2015

2015-03-14 10:00 - 2015-03-15 18:00 Asia/Kolkata

Lets work on D8 patches in the day and enjoy dutch beer party at the beach side in the evening.

What you need to manage:
Travel and Accommodation

What will be managed:
Internet, workspace and snacks

CD Westwinds
Near Mariahall


Benaulim pics:

Arijit: +91-7798826243
Arpit: +91-9673458737
Chintan: +91-7798426404
Sanjay: +91-9899853288

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Keynote by Mike Lamb at DrupalCamp Mumbai #DCM2015

 The Future Won't Wait - Keynote by Mike Lamb at #DCM2015

“Drupal Future: The Future Won’t Wait”

For: Everyone attending #DCM2015

Mike Lamb, Director Marketing Technology Strategy at Pfizer and Drupal Association Board Member kicks off  with a keynote on:

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Princeton Critical Sprint Recap

At the end of January, 2015, sprinters gathered in Princeton, NJ, USA for a focused D8 Accelerate sprint designed to accelerate work on critical and upgrade-path-blocking issues related to menus, menu links, and link generation.

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Nominations for Drupal Association At Large Directors Open 1 February

During the holidays I met some folks who used to work at other open source projects. One of them asked me, "What's your favorite part of your job?" Lucky for me, I have a lot of great things to choose from, but the thing that always stands out is the global nature of our community. All the customs, cultures, and values are tough to navigate, but I love learning about the variety of perspectives you all bring to the table. I sincerely believe that this diversity of experience makes our community that much stronger.

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job post content type will no longer be available on Groups.drupal.org starting on December 19th.

On Tuesday 16 December 2014 7:26:08 pm noreply+groups@drupal.org wrote:
Starting on December 19th, the jobs content type on Drupal Groups will be
turned off.


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DrupalCon Latin America

2015-02-09 (All day) - 2015-02-12 (All day) UTC

DrupalCons are enormous celebrations of Drupal that occur each year. With one in North America, one in Europe, and a third in a developing community, DrupalCon is where the magic happens. Improvements to industry standards, progress on the project, building better business partnerships, and inspiring lifelong friendships are the goals of DrupalCon.

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Looking for an event sponsor?

Hi Event Organizers,

The Drupal Association works with a lot of sponsors and partners - many of whom like to sponsor camps. It takes them a lot of time to research and reach out to all the camps that they want to sponsor, so we are making it easier for them.

We are asking sponsors and partners to fill out a form so they can tell us:
- What kind of camp they want to sponsor
- If they have a special offer for camps (free Internet, free developer tools, etc)

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Defining Our Roles in the Drupal Community

We need a better way to work together

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Reinventing Drupal.org

Seven years ago this month, Dries presented the State of Drupal in front of a few dozen developers at the Open Source Content Management System Summit on the Yahoo! campus in Sunnyvale, California. Drupal 5 had just come out, PHPTemplate was all the rage, and everyone was abuzz about the news that the Nigerian Prime Minister was using Drupal for his blog.

Today, Drupal is used by the President of the United States and nearly every other government on the planet, DrupalCons are attended by thousands of people, and PHPTemplate will soon be replaced by Twig in Drupal 8. The Drupal project and community have grown rapidly in a very short amount of time.

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