We at OpenSourcery live and breathe Drupal, and give back as much as we can during the course of our day to day work, and then some.
The Drupal community is the project's strongest asset. As such OpenSourcery has proudly hosted the Portland Drupal User Group in our offices since 2008. Jonathan Hedstrom and Melissa Anderson have been co-organizers of the group for nearly as long.
Events we've sponsored
- 2013 DrupalCon (Portland, OR)
- 2012 Drupal Summit (Seattle, WA)
- 2011 Drupal Summit (Portland, OR)
- 2009 Portland Drupal Camp
Projects we created or maintain on Drupal.org
- Bean Slide
- CCK Signup
- Closed Question
- Domain Geolocalization
- Domain Override
- Domain Redirect
- Domain user default
- Donor Rally
- Drupal.org drush
- Page Flip
- Profile2 Privacy
- Profile Sync Email
- Session API
- SimpleTest Clone
- Video Upload
- Volunteer Rally
Projects to which we've contributed accepted patches
This is a sampling of some of the projects to which we've provided bug fixes or feature enhancements.
- Apache Solr
- Apache Solr Views
- Commerce Purchase Order
- Context Field
- Drupal core
- Node Reference URL
- Project issue
- Salsa API
- Waiting Queue
Presentations we've given
- Drush 5: Mile high productivity
- Drush Make: the theory, the practice, the future
- Serve everybody: leverage feature-driven client work to release more code
- Lightweight debugging panel
- An introduction to Contextual Administration
- Estimating Drupal Projects
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'Tis the season for birthdays - Drupal turns 13-years-old tomorrow, and next month OpenSourcery turns 10!
At OpenSourcery we pride ourselves on giving back to the Drupal community because of how good it has been to us. Last year we logged over 800 hours of time toward Drupal code rally contributions. And roughly 3% of our billable time is spent working on patches and other contributions that are put back into the community. Every month we host the Portland Drupal Users Group, and this month we are also hosting the 2014 Drupal Global Sprint Weekend.