A portion of the active conversation around the Community Media Drupal Project has moved over to a Slack group over the past month. In the true spirit of open source this is a less than ideal means for planning and discussing a project. I acknowledge that. But, it has been a rather active conversation which has stimulated some new thinking about the project and where organizations need to take it in 2016 and assessing where the capacity is to take it.Read more
In case you aren't aware, there is currently an effort going on to address a set of open issues on drupal.org that have been deemed release blockers for CMD. These issues are the set of issues that would prevent a station from basically using the Easty Starter Kit of CMD out of the box as a plug in play website with at least basic public access station capability.
You can see all of the open issues here:
About 4 months ago I was invited to submit an abstract for a case study on civic media related focused on CMDrupal. https://groups.drupal.org/node/419318
Fortunately, the abstract was accepted. Unfortunately, the sort of academic writing required is a bit beyond my skill set at this time. We have until August 10th to submit a revised version to the MIT Civic Media Reader. Any ideas are welcome as it is evident from the initial feedback I received from the editors that the article is unacceptable as is:Read more
Please fill out the following survey by May 30
The Community Media Drupal Summit in Austin is fast approaching this weekend. (http://cmdrupal.org/content/community-media-drupal-austin-may-31-june-1)
For sites using the CMDrupal modules that may NOT be in attendance at this summit - this survey can help communicate some of our needs and issues to the core group that will be in Austin.
Please take a few minutes and fill it out. Forward to anyone who I missed. It could really help the roadmap for the future.