Lynette Miles

In this installment of our 20 years of Drupal series of Tag1 Team Talks, Managing DIrector Michael Meyers talks with another of the earliest Drupalers, Marco Molinari. Marco has been a part of the Drupal community for nearly 20 years, joining the project at about the same time as Tag1 team member Moshe Weitzman. As the creator of the taxonomy, forum, and image modules, Marco contributed some of the most widely...

Lynette Miles

Tag1 Managing Director Michael Meyers has been a face in front of the Drupal community for over 16 years. His enthusiasm, willingness to talk with everyone in the community about the challenges they face, and readiness to meet those challenges - from his own companies or the companies he works for, have been a force in Drupal. In this installment of our 20 years of Drupal series, Tag1 Principal Technical Writer...

Lynette Miles

Tag1 Consulting team members talk about their experiences and memories as part of the community. In this installment, Managing Director Michael Meyers talks with Senior Architect Doug Green.

Lynette Miles

Tag1 Founder and CEO Jeremy Andrews has been in the Drupal community for nearly all of its existence. From one of the earliest Drupal websites, to the first and only paper publication focused on Drupal, to the success of Tag1 Consulting itself, Jeremy’s experience is nearly unmatched. In this special series of Tag1 Team Talks covering 20 years of Drupal, Jeremy joins Managing Director Michael Meyers for a short discussion about...

Lynette Miles

The Automatic Updates initiative in Drupal has made significant progress since we first discussed it in our third-ever Tag1 Team Talk. Bringing automatic updates into Drupal core is a significant step in helping small to medium sized Drupal installations be able to keep running, with less time dedicated to maintenance. In this talk, Tag1 Managing Director Michael Meyers sits down with Senior Back End Engineer and Migration Lead Lucas Hedding to discuss the progress of...

Lynette Miles

The true heart of any open source project is the community behind it. The continued success of a project depends on that community, its activity, and continued adoption and contributions. When you contribute back to a project, you not only help the project, you help the community, the next generation, and yourself.

Lynette Miles

Open source doesn’t get very far without a community behind it. Many contributors to open source projects are members or leaders of other projects. While new projects and new communities are constantly being created, there are many lessons to be learned from older projects. In this Tag1 Team Talk, Michael Meyers (Managing Director of Tag1 Consulting) talks with Lucas Hedding (Migrate, Auto-update, new module reviews/mentorship of new contributors), Janez Urevc (Media initiative owner, MongoDB), and...

Preston So

These days more than ever, it's essential to have an experienced project manager on challenging projects, to manage remote teams with deep care, and to leverage best-of-class tools and best practices to shepherd the work of an agile development team.

Preston So

Among other things, the ongoing pandemic has ripped open the former fabric of our work lives, decentralizing and distributing our collaboration in newfound ways. Project management for agile software development teams is a mission that serves the dual purpose of efficiently producing good software and empowering the humans behind any product.

Preston So

Throughout Drupal's history, contributors have rallied around Drupal.org as the single source of truth for both the code running Drupal and the infrastructure powering Drupal's issue queues, source control, and automated testing. As the Drupal Association continues on its journey to integrate GitLab features with Drupal.org, we're beginning to see the first glimpses of how Drupal contribution and issue management will evolve thanks to cutting-edge functionality like merge requests and issue forks in GitLab.