Are you interested in contributing to Drupal, but don't have the coding skills or experience necessary? Good news, now you have an awesome opportunity to contribute! Drupal is currently in the application process to be a part of the Google Code-In ( http://www.google-melange.com/gci/homepage/google/gci2013 ) contest for pre-university students ages 13-17. Our current need is building a list of quality tasks for students to work on during the contest.Read more
Drupal at the beach!
This year's event will be held in sunny San Diego at the Marina Village Conference Center -- just steps from beaches, Sea World, and the Mission Beach Boardwalk.
Thursday is a full day of training.
Friday and Saturday are two full camp days.
Sunday is fun-day with disc golf, beach activities, and sight-seeing
It’s time! After almost a year and a half of work we are at the finish line. This week we’d like to open D7 Drupal.org for community QA. We invite you all to login to the site, look around, do some of the things you usually do on Drupal.org and report any bugs or problems you encounter.Read more
We've got a diverse slate of 13 candidates for the 2 At-Large board posisitons at the Drupal Association. Now's the time for you to find out what each candidate hope to acheive on the board, and what they can bring the Drupal Association. We have two ways for you to interact with the candidates and get your questions answered.
Learn about the candidates online
Check out the slate of candidates and read what they had to say about their background and interest in serving on the board. Each candidate page also features a Comments section where you can ask the candidates questions about their views. We ask that you use the comments section to ask questions, not endorse candidates please.
Join a Meet the Candidates Session
We will also host two Meet the Candidates Session where you can hear from the candidates and ask your questions live. If you can't make the sessions, we will be recording them, so you can check them out later.Read more
Calling all Drupallers!!!
it may be "Summer" in the Bay Area now (translation: 55 degrees and foggy), but we're dreaming of October - warm, golden sunshine, bay breezes, and of course, BADCamp! We hope you'll join us for the biggest and best free Drupal Event in the world this October 24-27, in and around the beautiful University of California at Berkeley campus.Read more
Saturday, October 19, 2013 - 8:00am to 5:00pm
On Saturday, October 19th, we’ll once again hold our all-day Drupalcamp at the Cobb Galleria Centre. This year's keynote speaker will be David Cummings, founder of Hannon Hill, then Pardot, and most recently Atlanta Tech Village. We've added more rooms for breakout sessions, bringing the total to 36, and two rooms for Birds of Feather sessions.
To make the most of your day, we're also including:
Atlanta Drupal Coffee Club for getting advice from others
Career Fair room
Product demo room
Now's the time! As we announced on August 16, we're looking to fill the two At-Large Director positions that are opening. The At-large Director position is specifically designed to ensure community representation on the Drupal Association board and we strongly encourage anyone with an interest to take part in the process.
The Board of Directors of the Drupal Association are responsible for financial oversight and setting the strategic direction of the Drupal Association. New board members will contribute to the strategic direction of the Drupal Association. Board members are advised of, but not responsible for matters related to the day to day operations of the Drupal Association, including program execution, staffing, etc.
Directors are expected to contribute around five hours per month and attend three in-person meetings per year (financial assistance is available if required). You can learn more about what’s expected of board members by reviewing the board member agreement.
Today we are opening the self-nomination form that will allow you to throw your hat in the ring.Read more
We are happy to announce that the 2014 edition of Drupal Developer Days will take place in Szeged, Hungary in March 2014. Prior events in the series in Dublin, Barcelona, Brussels and Munich were in the summer, however with Drupal 8 in heavy development and DrupalCon Austin in June, March 2014 is the right time for this get-together!
What is Drupal Developer Days?
Drupal Developer Days is a community organised developer focused conference for Drupal coders and builders that includes extensive sprints to work on Drupal core and contributed projects. It complements Frontend United (for designers and themers) and Drupal Business Days.
Werewolves session in 2008 (photo by nsyll)
Drupal Developer Days will feature code sprints that run from Monday, March 24, to Sunday, March 30, 2014.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday March 27-29 there will be three days of workshops and presentations focused on Drupal and web development topics with a focus on Drupal 8.
This is the event to go in Europe to work on and learn about Drupal 8 early in depth! Depending on the release status of Drupal 8 at the time, we’ll either work heavily on core or port contributed modules, but nonetheless we’ll share our Drupal 8 experiences.
Brace yourself for a lot of other types of fun as well!Read more