New Case studies section on Drupal.org
The new Case studies section on Drupal.org has been built and launched. You may not have noticed, since the look of the homepage hasn’t changed, but the case studies have a new home with a new look. This has been a multi-layered effort involving the Drupal Association web team and several community volunteers.
Now we need some great new case study content. We’re looking to feature Drupal sites that have one or more of these qualities:
You can help by writing a case study on your own impressive project, or volunteer your time as a reviewer of case studies.
Why write a case study?
Here’s a few reasons:
To get started, go to http://drupal.org/case-studies. From here you can see the types of sites that have been promoted, check out the case study guidelines, and submit your own case study.
Help us maintain case studies
The Case studies section (as is most Drupal.org content) maintenance is handled by volunteers. You don’t need to be a programmer or have special knowledge to help out with case studies, just have good judgement and English language/grammar skills.
Regular tasks include:
Guidelines for writing a case study: http://drupal.org/node/1588136
If you have questions or need some guidance – come to #drupal-marketing IRC channel on Freenode.
Case study sprint at DrupalCamp Brighton
If you happen to be at the DrupalCamp Brighton this weekend, join case study sprint on Sunday.
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