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Drupal Association Board Meeting Summary: 16 April, 2014

Preparing the materials for the monthly board meeting is a lot of work, but it's a great chance to reflect each month on the momentum of the Association and the community.

How Drupal and Open Source are Helping Youth Rise from Poverty in Africa

The rise of open source, and the skyrocketing popularity of Drupal as a CMS, has made for many very happy developers working in the open source world. But for some people, it isn’t just a hobby or a way to bring home a paycheck: it’s a ticket out of crushing poverty.

Submit Your Design Proposals for DrupalCon Latin America!

Though DrupalCon Latin America - Bogotá, Colombia is just under a year away, we’re already getting the ball rolling on planning and organization— and we need your help!

Drupal Association Board Meeting this Wednesday

The month of March was pretty huge for the Association - we tackled a lot! Join us for the next Drupal Asssociation board meeting where we will review the work we accomplished and set the stage for even more. In addition to our review of March, we'll be discussing a new Marketing Committeee charter, a new Procurement Policy, and review some branding updates for the Association.

Building the Future of Drupal

If Drupal adoption is going to increase, we’ll need to grow the community— and that means continuing to bring developers, web designers, and digital experts into the Drupal fold. For the finale of our series on Drupal training options, we spoke to several of the many experts in Drupal training, and wanted to share their thoughts with the community.

When it comes to increasing the amount of Drupal talent in the market, there are more options to learn the platform than ever before.

Drupal.org team week notes #23: Drupal Dev Days Szeged

This week’s notes will be all about something unique, which happened last week: a 7 day long sprint for Drupal.org.

Defining Our Roles in the Drupal Community

We need a better way to work together

This is a dense topic, and this post is very long. So, let me provide a short summary here before you all tl;dr me, which would be deserved. The long and short of it is that Association staff and other community members have to figure out a better way of working together.

Thank You, Supporting Partners!

We’ve been sharing lots of big news at the Drupal Association lately. From hiring a CTO to lead the Drupal.org Tech Team, to implementing a content delivery network (CDN) for parts of Drupal.org, we’re making big, exciting improvements at the Association — and they wouldn’t be possible without our Supporting Partners.

Drupal Training: The Self-Taught Solution

In this blog series, we’re taking a little time to spotlight just a few of the many, many Drupal training options available today. With an emphasis on people in the community advocating Drupal and putting together programs to expand the community, we’re spotlighting a few of the dozens-- if not hundreds-- of fantastic training options out there.

An Updated Look for the Drupal Association

Individual member badgeYou may have noticed over the last several weeks we have begun rolling out updated badges for memberships and our partner programs. (You can see the full line-up of new badges here.)

We’re sprucing up our membership badges as part of an iterative effort to update some of the visual branding for the Association - more on that in a moment.

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