We received the go-ahead from Studio Daniel Libeskind to take their web site live a few weeks ago, but it was presenting here at Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit that we realized we should mention it to the world.
There is an important correction to be made to the top-selling Drupal book, the Definitive Guide to Drupal 7.
Agaric, as a worker collective, does not have bosses and employees. We have skilled, hard-working teammates coming together to figure out and do ... everything.
Congratulations to the new leadership committee for May First People Link!
Update: Ticket taken. But if you want to come, please read below the fold.
With Drupal 7's third and final release candidate unleashed on us all this morning, it is long past time to help the #D7CX movement with a seasonal offering of our own.
As starving authors we at Agaric don't have a lot of cash to burn right now, but we've thrown $25 in the project to make it possible to subscribe to drupal.org issues without commenting. (On top of whatever we donated when this request for funding went out a year and a half ago).
Agaric proposes the creation of a new kind of workplace, essentially a Drupal commune, but really more like an open source free software idea & brainstorming commune, kind of along the same lines as an artist's or writer's colony.
Yes it's true, for the past few months we've been hard at work with a lot of other co-authors on The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7.
Thinking it would be a great place to work a day or two while in New York City for clients or DrupalCamps, Agaric dropped a few dollars in the Kickstarter fund for New Work City: Community Coworking Center for Independents in NY.
For community shared business, development, and training tools, Agaric throws a little sponsorship at http://modulecraft.com
Benjamin Melançon of Agaric helped with a patch for the Drupal 7 version of Insert module.