Last month, our team was busy acquiring new members, preparing for DrupalCamp London which took place the first week of March, and getting everything set for our Ljubljana team’s move into new offices. Still, this didn’t prevent us from writing some really fun blog posts. Here’s a quick recap of our posts from February in case you missed any.
Druplicon.org: In Search of the Lost Druplicon
The first post we wrote in February presented druplicon.org, a site for exploring the different variations of the famous Druplicon, and the story behind the site’s creation. The idea originated with one of our developers and the site itself was also built by our developers as part of their onboarding project.
Visitors to the site get to explore the various Druplicons in a fun and educational way, and they also get the chance to submit any icons that they can’t find in the inventory. But the true highlight of this blog post is the origin story behind druplicon.org - by now, you’re probably eager to know about it, so, give it a read!
Interview with Taco Potze: Why Drupal was the CMS of choice and what potential open source has
We continue with one of our Community Interviews. We managed to get some very interesting insights on Drupal and the Dutch Drupal community from Taco Potze and his team.
With Taco being a co-founder of several notable projects in the Drupalverse (GoalGorilla, Open Social and the blockchain-based THX), our talk with him was a really great and thought-provoking one. We really enjoyed getting to know more about his projects and his views on the potential of open source. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on Drupal with us, Taco!
Interview with Amber Matz: How will Drupal's greatest challenge shape its future?
Next up, we had another post from the Community Interviews series. We talked with Amber Matz, who is Production Manager and Trainer at Drupalize.me; but her involvement with Drupal does by no means end there. Among other notable roles, she is also involved with organizing the Builder Track for the upcoming ‘Con.
According to Amber, the greatest challenge that Drupal will face is intrinsically connected to one of its greatest advantages - its scalability. The main obstacle going forward will thus be gaining more insight into our user base and consequently having more articulated and differentiated tools for the easy acquisition of Drupal.
Top 6 SEO Modules for Drupal 8
We finished February’s blog posts with a list of useful SEO modules for Drupal 8. Drupal is a CMS that is very SEO-friendly, and its prolific community has provided a range of modules that can vastly improve the SEO of any Drupal site.
By using the modules from this list, you'll no longer have to worry about things such as manually creating proper URLs or taking care of dead links. If you’re dissatisfied with the SEO ranking of your Drupal 8 site, then these are the perfect modules to get you started on stepping up your SEO game.
We hope you enjoyed revisiting our blog posts from February. Stay tuned for more!