Angie Byron, aka webchick, is probably the second most well-known person in the Drupal universe, between her awards, magazine covers, and role as the Drupal 7 co-maintainer. With her move from Lullabot to Acquia and her expanded role in the Drupal community, I caught up with her to find out what she’s up to and what this move means to her work in the community.
Angie and I were at Acquia headquarters in Massachusetts at the same time in the spring of 2013. This gave us the chance to sit down and chat in front of the camera about all things Drupal. Highlights from our conversation became two podcasts with accompanying video. In this part of the conversation, Angie talks about how she got into Drupal and more.
Addi Berry, Angie Byron, James Walker, and Jeff Robbins catch up with Drupal, the Drupal.org upgrade, and talk about upgrading Drupal sites in general.
In general Drupal news, we talk about the upcoming Usability sprint and how you can still help, the recent Drupal Association elections, a new draft of the Drupal trademark policy and Drupalcon excitement.
This week’s pick: Cobalt module
Angie Byron, Addi Berry, James Walker, Kent Bye, Karen Stevenson, and Jeff Robbins talk about new features and functionality currently being developed for Drupal 7 and what this means for people developing Drupal sites today.