Drupal.org hits 1 million users!

Jsaylor's picture

If you have been on Drupal.org today, you may have noticed something interesting near the bottom of the page. At some point during the past 24 hours, the millionth user joined Drupal.org!

It's worth taking a moment to think about. A million registered users. 228 countries. 181 languages. And counting.

As Dries pointed out in his keynote at Prague, more than 1,600 people have contributed to Drupal 8. That’s nearly double the number of contributors for Drupal 7.

The Drupal community is truly global and it’s always growing, always moving forward, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Here’s to the next 1 million!


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webbroidrupal's picture

1 Million users! Thats great. Curious do you know how many Active on a monthly basis?

According to the numbers of

stevepurkiss's picture

According to the numbers of people eligible to vote for the community directorships of the DA, around 200,000 logged in in the past year (working backwards from publicly available numbers:

"This year 668 people cast their vote. That is 0.36% of eligible voters, which compares with last year when 0.55% of eligible voters cast a vote."


So if 668 people is 0.36% of eligible voters (those who have logged in at least once in the past year), 100% is therefore 185,555.

According to US Department of

yngens's picture

According to US Department of State there are only 195 countries in the world: http://www.state.gov/s/inr/rls/4250.htm I wonder where the number 228 comes from?

This figure is also on the

stevepurkiss's picture

This figure is also on the drupal.org homepage where there is an asterisk by the side of it leading to this page which explains a little more on "What do you mean by "country" on Drupal.org?":



shamio's picture

The number of countries and what drupal.org mean from country, is explained here. It includes some places that are not officially recognized as countries but as said in above link that "stevepurkiss" mentioned , drupal support everyone's right to identify themselves in their own way.

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