Victoria Spagnolo (quietone)

Migrate is the bee's knees.

Victoria Spagnolo (@quietone) is a key member of the Australia & New Zealand Drupal community. She has long been a maintainer of the Migrate core sub-system, a central contributor to the Bug Smash Initiative, which aims to improve everyone's experiences with Drupal by fixing bugs and reducing bug report response times. Her contributions earned her winner of the Open Source Contributor award at the New Zealand Open Source Awards in 2018. She has recently been appointed a Provisional Release Manager for Drupal.

She is currently working as a developer in PreviousNext and has played multiple contributor roles in Drupal.

She is the guide maintainer for Bug Smash Initiative, Commerce Approve, and Commerce Migrate.

They have been credited for 329 issue fixes in the past year and have 474 Drupal project commits. Quiteone has contributed Drupal patches, modules, documentation, and automated tests.

Quietone is an individual member of the Drupal Association and is a certified Drupal Platinum Partner and a Signature Supporting Partner.


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