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Last week, 1,300 Drupalists gathered in Portland, Oregon for DrupalCon North America. It was the first in-person DrupalCon in more than two years. I can't tell you how amazing it was to see everyone face-to-face.

In good tradition, I delivered my State of Drupal keynote. You can watch the video of…



There is a common misconception that large open source projects are well-funded. In practice, many rely on a small group of maintainers.

The PHP programming language is one of them. Despite being used by 75%+ of the web, PHP only has a few full-time contributors.

That…



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…



Last week, Drupalists around the world gathered virtually for DrupalCon Europe 2021.

In good tradition, I delivered my State of Drupal keynote. You can watch the video of my keynote, download my slides (156 MB), or read the…



Two weeks later, I'm still feeling the energy from our first in-person DrupalCon in two years!

This blog post is Part 3 of my DrupalCon keynote recap. In case you missed it, you can read up on Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 focused on…