Where in the course of DRUPAL events it becomes necessary for one Drupalista to dissolve the loose-fitting bonds of freelance and business ownership and to assume among the powers of the internet, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of blog post commenters requires that I should declare the causes which compel me to this separation.
See the question and answer at http://www.quora.com/l/lwmlcCoiJ1
I love it when ppl directly ASK me to answer a question on Quora.com. I also enjoy when someone on LinkedIn sends me a direct message asking me to chime in on a discussion they started. I'm always quick to jump in and share my thoughts.
Here is my response to the question:
This blog post is sparked by the conversation, going on right now, over my interview with OpenSource.com
See the post and lively comments here: http://opensource.com/business/12/10/whats-holding-back-mainstream-drupal-adoption
Over on the "Drupal Developers" group at LinkedIn, a recruiter asked the timeless question, "What exactly does a Drupal Developer do?"
YES! I was SO excited that I dashed of this mini [or NOT so mini] essay as a response. BUT it wouldn't fit in LinkedIn's character limitations so I'm creating a blog post about it instead. :-)
I will be participating in the 9/14 Global Drupal Training Day!
If you would like a 4 hour ONLINE INTRO to Drupal then you have TWO options!
a] Friday the 14th A FEW SLOTS LEFT ON THIS DAY
from 8am to Noon EASTERN time
Then it picked up momentum.
Companies and individuals donated time and money. Nominations came in followed by the votes.
And there it was;
The nomination process is over and it is now TIME TO VOTE!
The field consists of 218 sites across 8 categories, all just waiting for your votes! Please join us in the FIRST EVER community driven awards program FOR Drupal sites BY Drupal users!
You can vote once per category and I have to tell you, it's not going to be easy making your final decision.
On Thursday March 22nd, 5pm at Denver DrupalCon, following the closing session, the Drupal Association had its regularly scheduled Board of Directors meeting. Different this time was the presence of many onlookers who observed the proceedings as guests. The room filled out nicely with over 50 seated and the chair-less seeking the best place to stand. The format was switched up a bit to accommodate and recognize the many interested guests in the room.
We are inviting YOU, The Drupal Community, to join