Jacob Rockowitz: A request for a Webform logo and possibly a logo kit for Drupal contributed projects

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Thank you for backing the Webform module’s Open Collective

First off, I want to thank the backers of the Webform module’s Open Collective. After my last blog post, Open email asking organizations to back the Webform module and Drupal-related Open Collectives, we have 14 backers and a current balance of $908.44 that needs to be spent.

I also received a comment and an email about the need for some process for paid support. It’s worth noting that the Drupal Association is exploring a paid support model for assisting with security releases. We should recognize that Drupal 8 was a major software change and it is one that is still changing the Drupal community. And while I am thinking about how the Drupal community is changing and how we can develop better support around the Webform module, one of my more immediate concerns is improving the Webform module’s Open Collective, and brand is the first thing I want to address.

Improving the Webform module’s Open Collective

There are some useful tips and guides for building and maintaining an Open Collective. I appreciate Pia Mancini’s statement that “A collective is not a sprint,” which makes me feel comfortable taking time to build out the Webform module’s Open Collective.

Defining and strengthening the Webform module’s mission will help clarify to backers what they are supporting and getting from the Webform module. The product summary for the…Read More