Mike Herchel is a front-end developer that’s been developing with Drupal for over 13 years. He is the primary organizer and lead developer for the Olivero initiative, which aims to create a new default front-end theme for Drupal core. Mike is also the maintainer of the Drupal Quicklink module, and is a primary organizer for Florida DrupalCamp.
Mike works as a senior front-end developer for Lullabot, where he co-hosts the Lullabot Podcast. He’s passionate about web performance, usability, and accessibility. You can often find him speaking on these subjects at DrupalCamps, DrupalCons, and various other web development conferences.
Upon accepting the nomination, Mike replied, “I’m thrilled to have the privilege to join the board of the Drupal Association! During this time, I intend to advocate for better usability on Drupal.org and focus on smaller scale Drupal websites to help make our community as strong, diverse, and thriving as possible.”
Thank you to all 2021 candidates
On behalf of all the staff and board of the Drupal Association, and I’m sure the rest of the Drupal community, I would like to thank all of those people who stood for the election this year. It truly is a big commitment to contribution and one to be applauded. Thank you for your willingness to serve, and I hope you’ll consider participating again in 2022!
Detailed Voting Results
There were 8 candidates in this year’s At-Large board member election.
504 voters cast their ballots out of a pool of 2,472 eligible voters.
Under Approval Voting, each voter can give a vote to one or more candidates. The final total of votes was as follows:
|Imre Gmelig Meijling||227|
|Kana Tadadjo Patrick Jaures||132|
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