I recently shared the community needs and potential strategies for evolving community governance, which resulted from the Community Discussions we held in person and online throughout April and May. You can find the webinar recording and written transcript, as well as the meeting minutes from all Community Discussions, at https://www.drupal.org/community/discussions.
Many community members who participated in these discussions agreed that the next step to take in this process is to hold a Community Governance Summit. However, we are not yet clear on where and when this event should take place, who should participate, and several other important details. I worked with community members to develop this survey so we can answer those questions.
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On 28 June, 2017, the Drupal Association Board held the second of four annual public meetings. It was a full meeting where staff provided operational updates and gained some strategic direction from board members on how to proceed in various areas. Some highlights included:
Summary of DrupalCon Baltimore’s performance and impact.
Progress on securing future DrupalCon locations.
An update on the Drupal.org infrastructure RFP that was recently awarded to Tag1.
Whitney Hess also attended the board meeting to give an update on the Community Discussion work and invited the community...
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Last week, we shared the high-level findings from our recent Community Discussions. Today, Whitney Hess hosted a webinar to explain those findings in depth, along with proposals from the community on how to evolve community governance.
We encourage you to watch the video and post your questions in the comment section here. If you have comments but wish to remain private, Whitney asks you to email her directly at email@example.com.
You can find the transcript here.
Over the last few years, many of us have seen the need to evolve community governance. Up until now, we had to focus on other priorities, but now is the time to address our needs for community governance especially in light of recent community events.
Our project has matured greatly and participation has expanded from developers and site builders to also include more content editors, designers, and marketing managers who work not only as freelancers or at Drupal shops, but also for large digital agencies or system integrators. We want all community members to be included in these community discussions so the redefined community governance serves everyone. This is an exciting time to create an even healthier future for our ever-growing community.
The Drupal Association is committed to staying in a support role as the community determines how to best evolve community...
Surrounding Drupal is a thriving global business ecosystem and thanks to collaboration with One Shoe and Exove, we’ve created an annual survey that gives insight into its health, focus, and needs. Businesses benefit by learning from their peers and seeing Drupal’s business trends. This survey also helps the Drupal Association find new ways to help support this community. Analysis of the 2016 edition of the survey can be found here.
We encourage all business leaders to take this year’s Drupal Business Survey.
The survey aims to provide a picture of the current Drupal Business landscape, including the health of Drupal companies, obstacles and enablers for Drupal’s business success and D8 adoption.
Participation is completely anonymous and takes fewer...
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