When Moshe Weitzman posted his idea for a Drupal community initiative called DrupalGive on Drupal.org, we knew we wanted to get on board. As Moshe simply explains, Drupalgive is a page that organizations publish on their website to highlight the ways they have contributed to Drupal with the intent to educate clients and partners about the Drupal community and also "nudge" other organizations to contribute. By nature, open source software is dependent on contribution. As Drupal matures, organizations are using it to build bigger, more complex websites. It is therefore more important than ever to contribute and share within our community in order encourage further innovation. We are proud to announce the launch of our own DrupalGive page, designed by Dave Ruse and developed by Tirdad Chaharlengi and Josh Cooper.
Our page highlights 4 different ways we contribute to Drupal:
We are a proud silver sponsor of DrupalCon Munich. We've been busy in Munich with some great collaborative sessions:
- Caching without Fear
- Migrating to Drupal- Who? What? Why? and How?
- Different Ways to Control Your Layout
We maintain 4 distributions: OpenPublic, OpenPublish, Open Atrium and Managing News. We are excited about the most recent OpenPublish release including a new demo theme: Gazette. Stay tuned for the impending OpenPublic release!
We make sure we post as many of our session slides as we can, to promote Drupal Learning. Look out for our DrupalCon Munich session slides posted soon to our slideshare. We had a lot of fun putting our Drupalgive page together, we look forward to our contribution lists growing, and using other organization's Drupalgive pages to stay informed and up to date on the latest Drupal contributions.