The struggle to take seriously the impact of racism on public health during the covid-19 crisis spotlights the importance of health communities of practice and their need to have high-quality, data-driven discussions. How do we have and expand these conversations well?
Ben will be presenting two sessions at Drupaldelphia. Come learn how to apply an Iterative UX approach to your work and how to scale community decision-making in your free software projects.
For those interested in Ben and Micky's talks at DrupalCon Seattle 2019 and New England Drupal Camp 2019, or who think they'd have been inspired if they'd been there, here are resources for scaling community conversations and decision-making.
Over 100 people attended thanks in part to several initiatives that made the event particularly diverse and inclusive.
Join us for a whole day's worth of Drupal goodness.
How to organize a Drupal Global Training Day workshop with key lessons learned from the trainings organized in Nicaragua.
As Drupal awareness grows and more people adopt it as a platform, the community becomes more interesting. There are some real characters that have grown to be major contributors to every facet of the beast. How did they evolve and find their place?
Congratulations to the new leadership committee for May First People Link!
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).
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.