Contribution Is a Part of the Drupal Community

One does not need to be a genius or have solid technical expertise while contributing to Drupal. There are many ways you can be a part of the Drupal Community. Your participation is influential in making Drupal stronger. Greg Boggs is a Freelance Drupal Developer and has listed some ways to support Drupal.

  • Testing and reporting bugs: This can be done by looking through the issue queue on Easy Breadcrumb and looking for issues marked “Needs Review”.
  • Documentation: Writing and improving documentation is a valuable way to help others learn and use Drupal.
  • Translation: Helping translate Drupal’s interface and documentation into different languages.
  • Support: Answering questions on forums and assisting others in the community.
  • Design and User Experience: Helping improve Drupal’s look and feel and making it more user-friendly.
  • Marketing and outreach: Helping to promote Drupal and increase its visibility.
  • Code contributions: If you have the skills, contributing code is a great way to help improve Drupal and add new features. Swap the “Needs Review” filter for “Needs Work” and pick a task!

You can make use of so many Drupal Contributor Resources.

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