As mentioned previously, we have been collaborating across the Drupal community on updating and, expanding Drupal.org/community and that work is ongoing. There are still wrinkles to resolve, such as how to make the menus on that page more obvious, but we are getting there:
Next step – community group sections
One of the things I was especially keen to do was to make areas for the groups of people that make our community work available under /community and give them the tools and space to tell the World about:
- Who they are
- What they do
- How they work
- What their latest updates are
- How you can get involved.
Well, the framework to do this looks good and the first couple of sections are now available. You can see the following community groups already:
- Event Organizers’ Group
- Core Mentoring Group
- Agency marketing Group (the Promote Drupal initiative)
Each section will have a “standard” home page content, detailing the info above, as many content pages as the group can muster and a blog that will go onto Drupal Planet.
Of course, a group will likely have content across many different parts of the Drupal.org website. I’m especially keen for all members of our community to be able to see what groups there are and how they work in one easy to consume place. Our project values challenge us all to clearly define how our community functions: “We foster a learning environment, prefer collaborative decision-making, encourage others to get involved and to help lead our community.”
What about the community group you are a member of?
If you represent a community group and would like to join the growing list of those with sections under /community, please get in contact
I’m looking at globally-relevant groups right now – maybe in the future, we will look at what we can do to support local groups.
Imagine what could be possible when new members of our community come to /community and find right where they belong! I’m excited to see what’s next.