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Last week, Drupalists gathered virtually for DrupalCon Europe 2020. As a matter of tradition, I delivered my State of Drupal keynote. You can watch a recording of my keynote, download a…



For the past few years, I've examined Drupal.org's contribution data to understand how the Drupal project works. Who develops Drupal? How diverse is the Drupal community? How much of Drupal's maintenance and innovation is sponsored? Where do sponsorships come from?

The report might be of interest even if you don't use Drupal. It provides insights into the inner workings of one of the…



Acquia Engage took place last week. For the first time in seven years, it was an all-virtual event.

Dries standing in a virtual conference lobby.The virtual conference lobby of Acquia Engage, modeled after our Boston office's lobby.

The best way to…



Yesterday I wrote about why software funded with tax dollars should be Open Source. Based on the feedback in email and social media, lots of people seem to agree.

Today, I want to highlight how this could be a game changer for Open Source…



When I ask people why they fell in love with Drupal, most often they talk about feeling empowered to build ambitious websites with little or no code. In fact, the journey of many Drupalists started with Drupal's low-code approach to site building.

With that in mind, I proposed…