Talking Drupal: Talking Drupal #361 – Drupal Credit System

Drupal CMS

Today we are talking about The Drupal Credit System with Matthew Tift.

www.talkingDrupal.com/361

Topics What is the Drupal Credit system How is credit given How is credit tracked on the backend What is the trickiest part of integration Contributions are weighted, how is that handled Why are contributions weighted Are non code contributions included in the Drupal Credit system How do you run analytics on the data What is changing with the credit system Other communities are thinking of integrating a credit system what are lessons shared Resources Drupal Contribution Credits Drupal Marketplace Matthew’s website (the hub for everything he does) How We Compare: Leaderboards and Related Comparison Metrics in the Drupal Community (2021) Contribution Recognition and the Drupal Project (2021) Drupal’s Credit System and Evidence-Based Open-Source Sustainability (2021) All Things Open GitLab Commit Leaderboards and Metrics at Drupal.org with Matthew Tift and Tim Lehnen DrupalCon Seattle: The Imaginary Band of Drupal Rock Stars (2019) Who Sponsors Drupal Development? (2016) The Cultural Construction of Drupal (2015) Gitlab issue on credit system Issue Epic Interpreting drupal core commit history CHAOSS (Community Health Analytics Open Source Software) metric Contribution Attribution Guests

Matthew Tift – matthewtift.com @matthewtift

Hosts

Nic Laflin – www.nLighteneddevelopment.com @nicxvan John Picozzi – www.epam.com @johnpicozzi Cathy Theys – @YesCT

MOTW

Entity Redirect Adds a configurable redirect after saving a node or other entity. The redirect is configurable per bundle. Also, given sufficient permissions (and presuming it is enabled for that specific content/bundle), individual users can configure their own redirects (on their profile edit page).