Helpful resources and links for everyone involved in LocalGov Drupal. If you have suggestions about improvements or spot anything missing, please let us know in the #general or #comms channels on Slack, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
LocalGov Drupal is built on Drupal 9.
Visit our Demo site at demo.localgovdrupal.org to see the different page types in action. The demo content is also part of the default installation.
Our platform is (almost) fully documented. Find what you need on our docs site, with overviews, feature explanations and links to real-world examples:
All the releases of the core distribution and modules can be found on Github at github.com/localgovdrupal/localgov/releases
Bugs and Issues
To report an issue with the platform please post it on Github at github.com/localgovdrupal/localgov/issues or post in the relevant Slack channel.
Groups & Meetings
There are regular meetings for the Steering, Technical and Product groups, plus various meetings for those working on particular features. To check what's going on and when see the shared Google calendar
The Technical Drop-in is a fortnightly informal drop-in meetup for technical folk to hear what's happening, get help and guidance and share ideas. If you'd like to join a session email us on email@example.com or message the #technical-group Slack channel
There is also now an informal meetup for content designers, if you'd like to join that then email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or message the #content Slack channel.
Talk to the community
We're always happy to hear from new councils, answer questions and share ideas.
For general enquiries or to find out how to get more involved, contact us on email@example.com
To chat with members of our community ask to join our Slack channel at localgovdrupal.slack.com
To keep up with the latest happenings sign up to our mailing list for regular updates.
We're always looking for people to contribute and improve LocalGov Drupal. Some ideas for how you can help are:
- Developers - contribute code, issue reports, bugfixes, test pull requests and documentation.
- Front-end developers and designers - share new theming, and do accessibility testing.
- Content designers - road-test new features and suggest improvements
- Service designers - share your user research and documentation
Every contribution is valuable. As always, you can get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or in Slack.