For several years a team of photographers have captured the essence of DrupalCon through the lens. Michael Cannon and more recently Suzanne Coates have done a sterling job formalising the photographic efforts into a professional (volunteer) operation. Not only is this a prime example of contributing to open source without code, we have curated a vast library of Creative Commons licensed images available for anyone to use.
Our long term objective has been to create a large library of high quality Drupal related imagery available for free so journalists, bloggers, Drupal end users and community members can easily find photos to brighten your news articles, blog posts, marketing materials. Please respect the CC licensing which requires attribution to the photographer. I look forward to seeing many more of these images appearing across the internet.
Below are links to the Flickr Groups for Drupal and DrupalCon's leading to over 10,000 images. Huge thanks to the many photographers who have contributed to this vast and colourful resource.
- Drupal Project
- DrupalCon Vienna 2017
- DrupalCon Baltimore 2017
- DrupalCon Dublin 2016
- DrupalCon New Orleans 2016
- DrupalCon Barcelona 2015
- DrupalCon Los Angeles 2015
- Drupal 8 Release Parties 2015
- DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014
DrupalCon Mumbai Dries mass selfie. Photo: Michael Cannon
Sprint first timers at DrupalCon Barcelona 2016 Photo: Josef Jerabek
DrupalCon Vienna 2017 PreNote - Photo Dominik Kiss
Acquia Partner summit at DrupalCon Vienna 201. Photo Paul Johnson
Dries Buytaert delivers his State of Drupal Keynote 2017. Photo by Paul Johnson
Enlightened by the code. Photo by Boris Baldinger
Drupal Mentors - DrupalCon Dublin 2016. Photo Michael Cannon
Reflections of the group photo at DrupalCon Barcelona. Photo: Josef Jerabek
DrupalCon Amsterdam - Coder vs. Themer. Photo Bastian Widmer
Photo Michael Cannon
Every 2 weeks we have a Drupal team meeting at CTI Digital. Just for fun I thought I would test team members knowledge with a card matching exercise using popular Drupal module names and a short description. I've uploaded the template so perhaps you can have a go with your teams, colleagues or at a meet up. Hope you like them, if you use I'd love to hear how it goes over on Twitter. The PDF has simple instructions. Enjoy!