Training section is a listing of companies which provide Drupal-related training services and have contributed back to the Drupal community.
How to get listed:
- Teach: You must have a proven record of providing Drupal training.
- Contribute: You must have a proven record of community contributions (Examples include: patches, modules, themes, documentation, support in IRC, marketing support, event organization, participation in Global Training Days)
- Tell the world about your training: create an organization page for your company. Make sure to list community contributions and describe trainings you provide in the appropriate field. Check "Request listing in the Training section" checkbox - it will automatically create an issue with request in the Content queue.
- Stay up-to-date: You must update your organization node at least once per year. Nodes that go unmodified for over a year will be unpublished.
- Make sure that all of the company's employees with Drupal.org accounts specify the name of your company in the "Current company or organization" field. This way information about them and their contributions will show up on company's page.
- We strongly encourage a Drupal Association organization membership. It is not required to be listed, but membership fees help us fund Drupal.org infrastructure and improvements as well as various community initiatives. Becoming a member will connect you to hundreds of Drupal Businesses around the world via our BizConnect program and provide other benefits.
Moderation: Community members will review your posting and if successful - add your company to the Training listing. To communicate with moderators use your company's issue, link to which you can see at the top of your organization's page.
The following aspects can cause your request to be rejected:
- A brief membership on Drupal.org. If you have been a member of the site for a brief time, you should explain how your work has directly contributed to and benefited the Drupal community.
- A lack of documented trainings. The Drupal community is big, and growing bigger. If people can't see proofs of you organizing Drupal trainings either on your website or on the Posts tab on your profile page, or know you by reputation from your work within the issue queues and groups.drupal.org, you will need to specify how you have contributed, which trainings you provide, which trainings you organized already.
- Misleading or incorrect information in your posting.
- No response to update requests in more than 4 weeks. The issue will be closed and review process will not continue until requested updates are made.
Training section is moderated by volunteers. You can help by reviewing listings.