Suddenly, there are more ways that you can be involved in the drupal.org redesign project – do any of these take your fancy?
Drupal.org Redesign Twitter Group
If you’re on Twitter (or if you’d like to be), follow the Drupal.org Redesign Twitter Group at
Once you’re following you can share a message with everyone who’s interested in the redesign project by sending a direct message (start the message with a ‘d’) to the group and everyone who is following the group will receive the tweet.
Something on Drupal.org bothering you? Simple ‘d drupalredesign‘ then tell us what’s bothering you (in 140 char or less!). Your messages will be shared with others on the group.
Drupal.org Redesign Flickr Group
A picture’s worth a thousand words right? That’s probably at least a few dozen Tweets ;)
If you’re a Flickr member (or you’d like to be) you can join and contribute to the Drupal.org Redesign Flickr Group. The idea is that you can post screenshots of things you think work well that we should pay attention to, or things you think need attention on Drupal.org
A good way to do this is to take a screenshot and add some notes so that we know what you think is good/bad/indifferent – if you’re Mac user, you could consider using Skitch.com (as Dries suggested in his keynote at Drupalcon recently). I’m sure others have similar great non-Mac applications to suggest!
You can also add more notes and comments to screenshots that others have uploaded.
The Drupal.org Redesign Flickr Group can be found here:
Drupal.org Redesign Slideshare Group
We’ve set up a group on Slideshare.net for the redesign project – any presentations related to the project will be added to this group. (Mark – you’d better put the Drupalcon keynote up when you have a spare moment!) Mark has already put up the Redesign Keynote from Drupalcon. (Thanks Mark!)
You can find it here:
Participate in one-on-one interviews during the design process
Of course, if you haven’t already signed up by filling out our short survey, you can do that too. If you do, we may contact you in the course of the next few months to ask you to review one of the iterations of the prototype we’ll be working on. We’ll have some questions for you to answer and some tasks to do. It’ll be fun! You can sign up for that here:
Of course, there is always the Redesign Group at Drupal.org which you can find and join here (
We really look forward to having you involved in this journey (and beyond!).
Update: for those wondering, I’ve used
I’m still on the hunt for a good solution to auto-follow, so the group can follow you back immediately. Any recommentations?
I’ve signed up to