Only about 1.5% of the people involved in open source are women, leaving us terribly underrepresented. In the Drupal world, we're up to a whopping
7% 10% 17%, which only gets us to awfully unrepresented. ;) This group is for anyone (male, female, or otherwise) who believes that we can do better and wants to help.
So if you:
- are a woman who needs some help/guidance in order to get (more) involved with Drupal and the Drupal community
- are a woman who wants to network and get to know other women involved in Drupal
- are anyone who has ideas on things we can do to help encourage women to participate in Drupal
...then this is the group for you. :)
Posting a bunch of the DrupalChix logo files here for posterity, so everyone can find and use them whenever they need!
I had to turn the big file from Naxoc into a .gz file to upload it here, but FYI it contains several .pngs in different colours plus on .eps file. This is the file "drupalchixlogos.tar_.gz"
Got the other set from Rainbreaw, which is the file "drupalchixlogos2.tar_.gz" - it has the two different versions of the Drupalchix logo that they created for LA Drupal. She says:
There have been a number of comments about how to find other women in Drupal. We're scattered around, but maybe not as much as we think. And it would be nice to know if there are other DrupalChix nearby. Maybe it could even lead to some regional DrupalChix get-togethers :-)Read more
I'm so relieved to have found this group... as a girl in tech it does get pretty lonely out there... I've been developing and maintaining sites with Drupal for about 4 years now, and am working hard founding a startup, a new platform built on Drupal.
I'm developing the Drupal site myself, doing pretty well on my own, but would love to ask some questions, and on Stackexchange and stackoverflow questions often die a slow and painful death. As a woman I feel like crying out for godsakesjustgimmeachance, its hard enough just being female here!!Read more
I recently joined Ginkgo Street Labs, a DC based company, that helps nonprofits leverage open source software, including CiviCRM, the leading open source constituent engagement platform for nonprofits.
** Freelance Drupal Developer **
2-3 years custom module Drupal development
Strong facility with Drupal Form API with AJAX, webform, CiviCRM a plus
Experience with Non-profit tech.
As the Assistant, Drupal Site Management, you will work with various members of the Product Development Team to maintain several Teach For America websites including Teach For America’s public-facing website, www.teachforamerica.org. You will work closely with front-end and back-end developers to create content, manage users, perform site configuration and more. You will report to the Manager, Front End Developer on Teach For America's Marketing Web Team.
Harvard Medical School seeks a highly motivated and creative developer to work as part of a team delivering web solutions with Drupal as our web publishing platform.
The Web Developer is responsible for research, iterative development, design experimentation, and software development on projects delivering CMS enabled (Drupal framework) web sites, native mobile applications for iOS and Android, and internal software focused on employee productivity, work stream automation, and collaboration.
Hello Women in Drupal!
Just wanted to share some info about our mentored training event next month in case any of you know folks in the Seattle area who may be interested. (I'm one of the instructors, hence the reason for posting here. Moderators, I won't be offended if you think it doesn't belong.)
Senior Drupal Developer - New York, NY
- This role can be full time, contract or contract-to-hire
- The hired developer will work on-site in New York City
- Hourly to $100/hour. Salary to 160k (dependent on experience)
- Citizenship: Required. Greed Card Ok
Our New York City client designs and builds enterprise business applications for web, social and mobile media. They are looking for a Senior Drupal Developer with the following experience:Read more
We’re looking for a full-time Drupal developer and trainer to join the Drupalize.Me team at Lullabot. Drupalize.Me is the education department of Lullabot, and has a dedicated 7-person team. You'll be responsible for working with the team to maintain and improve our site, create video tutorials, as well as help drive the direction of, and be a voice in the future of Drupalize.Me. The position will be split between site development, and curriculum planning and creation of video tutorials.Read more
In preparation for the BoF on Drupal for Good at Drupalcon in Amsterdam, I asked Porter Mason, Director of Digital Platforms, with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to share their Drupal experience. Click here to read the interview. http://goo.gl/Mga9rY
If you work with a nonprofit and would like to share your Drupal experience, share your experience by filling out this form. http://goo.gl/Xw4fx2
I'm looking for any women who would be willing to participate in a proposed discussion panel at BADCamp.
I might also consider inviting one or two men to the panel with professional expertise on Gender Equality issues, if any step forward.
The Web Designer will serve as a visual designer for the Web Design & Development team, which serves the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) and the Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE).
This position is responsible for: designing themes and user-interface components for websites and other digital applications; designing and ordering printed materials; implementing, and consulting on the use of, visual identity guidelines; training content editors on the use of websites; researching emerging technologies and trends in web design.Read more
NERD SUMMIT 2014 FEEDBACK
Help us make future NERDs events even more amazing by adding your voice to the conversation about this year's Summit.
Answer our feedback survey here: http://lstcl.me/MnA4Y
SUMMIT SUCCESS STATISTICS
I wrote a blog post about the success of our summit attendance.
Some highlights include 37% women attendance, 34% women speaker attendance, and 12% youth attendance.
See the post here: https://lastcallmedia.com/revolution-in-drupalcamp
SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!Read more
It would be great to connect with folks who are heading to Drupalcon Amsterdam! Please send me a message if you are going.
I am helping Ivan with the BoF for Drupal4Good. It would be great if you can make it. If you work with a NGO and are interested in sharing a case study during the event, please let us know. We are working on a blog post for the BoF where you can share your organization's Drupal experience. Even if you are not going to Amsterdam, you can participate.
Amsterdam Travel TipsRead more
The people who attend predominantly work on Drupal in the service of international non-profits as well as social services and federal projects for education, the environment, civic engagement, health, families, women, and children.Read more
Since this group was started job postings have not been allowed, and the intro text to the group specifically states that they are not allowed. Yet, I see job postings in the feed, and there is a "Create Job" link in the sidebar. What is the policy on this?
In an initial post to the group. I suggested that it might be interesting to discuss ways we might increase the number, the percentage, and the influence of women in Drupal. I head an executive search and recruiting research firm and have worked on diversity initiatives to increase the number of women technologists at some of the most powerful and successful companies in software. Despite the best of intentions, increasing the number of women in technology has proven challenging for a whole host of reasons.Read more
Hello Drupal sisters!
Thought I'd briefly introduce myself to the women of Drupal team. (Newbie that I am, I hope this is the right place to do that! If this isn't the right thread,please let me know . . .)Read more