Preparing the materials for the monthly board meeting is a lot of work, but it's a great chance to reflect each month on the momentum of the Association and the community. Looking back, March 2014 was particularly exciting as the community and staff are pushing forward in several directions at once with considerable momentum. So let's get down to it and share some of the highlights:
Open source software has long been a natural choice for schools and educators teaching children about technology: both share an emphasis on exploration and collaboration, and access to free, open source technology can be a welcome relief to schools and parents.
My name is Leigh Carver (leighc), and I’m the new Content Writer for the Drupal Association. It’s going to be my job to help make sure our communications are consistent, interesting and valuable, and to help populate Drupal.org and our social media channels with informative content that helps Drupalers at every point in their Drupal journey.
DrupalCon Austin is right around the corner, and opportunities abound for enterprising companies wanting to get their brand out in front of some of the best Drupal companies and talent in the world.
There are many creative ways to sponsor. For example, the weather is probably going to be sunny with a temperature in the high 90s, which means that people are going to be drinking lots and lots of water. Why not encourage attendees to “drink in” your brand by sponsoring DrupalCon reusable water bottles?
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