It has been 20 years since Drupal began its journey in a dorm room and reached enterprises. April 2021 is marked as the month of DrupalFest and many people are celebrating it in various ways. With everything going on, I didn’t plan to do anything this month but I am now tempted to change my mind, and so I have.
I saw a post by Kristen Pol and really liked the idea. This was something I wanted to do but couldn’t until yesterday when I changed my mind about it. And so I have decided that every day, I will write about something related to Drupal on this blog, and if that’s not possible, at least a Twitter and a LinkedIn post. I don’t know if I will be able to keep this up the whole month, especially with Ramadan starting in the middle of April, but I will do my best.
I've decided what I'd like to do to honor #DrupalFest.
Each day in April, I will do at least one Drupal thing.
It might be attending an event or working on a specific issue or writing a blog post or even drawing a Druplicon.
A Drupal A Day!
Maybe you'll join me!#ADrupalADay
— Kristen Pol (@kristen_pol) March 14, 2021
First, it’s Drupal and I can’t help but take part. Secondly, this aligns with my own goals of getting consistent with producing content on blog and YouTube. Now, a video every day is too ambitious for me but I will see if I can manage at least one or two videos during this time. Blogs, even if short in micro-blog style, are useful and easy to do. The trick will be to find useful ideas to write about and we’ll see how that goes. Who knows? I might just migrate this blog to Drupal like I have been thinking for a long time.
That’s it for this post and here’s wishing you a wonderful DrupalFest. I hope you find something useful in the series of posts that I am going to write this month, even if not 30. And I hope to learn something new and build a habit of writing and producing content more often.