Drupal Association Revamps Certified Partner Program to Spotlight Community Contributions

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Tim Doyle, the Chief Executive Officer of the Drupal Association, announced significant enhancements to the Drupal Certified Partner program set to take effect on April 1, 2024. These improvements aim to recognize and amplify the contributions of organizations committed to supporting the Drupal Project and Community. 

Inspired by Dries Buytaert's emphasis on converting "Takers to Makers," the revamped program will highlight firms that play a crucial role in Drupal's health and sustainability. Key changes include reserving the Drupal Marketplace exclusively for certified partners, implementing tiered badge levels based on contribution credits, and introducing annual financial sponsorship requirements tailored to the size of organizations.

Moreover, the Supporting Partner program will be reoriented to acknowledge companies not engaged in selling Drupal services but keen on contributing to the project and community. A webinar scheduled for March will provide further insights into the updated Drupal Certified Partner program, underscoring the Drupal Association's commitment to fostering innovation and growth within the Drupal ecosystem.

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