Community benefits of the Drupal.org redesign

Time slot: 
March 9th, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Room: 
Sheraton 1
Track: 
Drupal Community
Experience: 
Beginner

In October 2010, the Drupal.org redesign launched. This was the culmination of a multi-year process, and a major milestone for the Drupal community.

Kieran (amazon), Neil (drumm), Chris (chrisstrahl) and Lisa (lisarex) will discuss the ways the Drupal.org redesign has benefited the Drupal community in the short and near future. We’ll also discuss about how the redesign has increased revenue for the Drupal Association as a way to sustain maintenance and development for the *.drupal.org infrastructure, about upcoming features to Drupal.org, and how community volunteers can help the redesign.

If you’re interested in the technical aspects of the drupal.org redesign, see also the session on Under the hood of Drupal.org.

Intended audience: 

Anyone with an interest in the Drupal community, SEO, organizing launches of major sites, and contributing to the future of Drupal.org.

Questions answered by this session
Question 1: 
What were some of the goals and guiding principles of the Drupal.org redesign?
Question 2: 
How has the Drupal.org redesign positively benefited the Drupal community?
Question 3: 
What planned features and changes didn’t make it into the initial launch?
Question 4: 
Why weren’t they and when will they be ready?
Question 5: 
How can I help make Drupal.org better?
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Comments

Hi

I am here to read the articles :)
Nice to meet u the CMS ,Drupal.

Video? Slides?

Are any materials from this session available?

Not yet....

I just checked and it's not on archive.org. Our presentation from Copenhagen is.... though a little out of date now!

http://www.archive.org/details/TheFutureOfDrupal.org

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