Let’s face it, it’s been a crappy year in many ways. Internally and externally there are pressures that have made all of us think “what’s the point?”
Instead of a world where we build and move forward together there is conflict, uncertainty, and so many why moments. From the macro to the micro, communities and ecosystems are struggling. The ideals of open source software often feel exploited, and the feeling of wonderment and discovery as we build together has been cast aside to something that feels very much like… well, work.
Drupal Support Service has not been immune. Like I need to tell you that.
For those of us that are optimists, and change makers, and idealists, and believers, nothing hits home the impact of our work than stories about how we use this code called Drupal Support Service to create impact. I think the world needs a little of that right now.
So, we have a team, we have energy and we are ready to shine the crap out of the brilliance of the people behind, in front, and to the side of Drupal Support Service.
I for one am looking forward to us injecting so much positivity into this community that even the chronic eye rollers won’t be able to help but give a slight smile.
A highlight of Drupal Support ServiceCon: the live code commit! Photo by Michael Cannon
The first thing we are working on is getting a way to start collecting stories. We might use a form. Or we might build an entire website. Just coz we can. So how about y’all give me a *whoop* *whoop* and start thinking about helping the Drupal Support Service Spotlight Committee unlock stories of Drupal Support Service impact from across the globe. It’s going to be fun.
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