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Mar 13 2012
Mar 13

Posted Mar 13, 2012 // 3 comments

So I can’t tell you how excited I am to go to my first Drupalcon as Community Manager of Phase2! While I attended both Drupalcon DC and Drupalcon San Francisco, I know Drupalcon Denver will give me the opportunity to meet more members of the community and to talk to you about your experience with our products.

Of all the things I do here at Phase2, one of the most important is helping our product communities contribute to each product's roadmap. Knowing how you're using the products, what features you want to see, and how you'd like to use them in the future is important for any product; but for open source products like OpenPublic, OpenPublish, and Open Atrium, it's vital to their growth and development.

While we can take what we think is best and create a product off of that, that doesn’t help the community work together on this product. Our goal is to work together -- with you -- to create a product that meets the most common use cases for all users. We could dictate what we believe those to be, but the work will be stronger and better if we decide as a community.

So while I’m at Drupalcon, I want to hear from you about what YOU want to see in our products. I’m currently in search of those of you who have been using our products, are willing to discuss how you've been using them, and have some feedback on their uses. What do you like, what don't you like, and what could we be doing better?

Some of the commonly suggested features and functionality might become part of our product roadmap, where we'll be seeking contributions and collaboration to get it built. No matter what, it starts with you saying what you'd like to see!

If you are interested in sitting down with me and providing feedback, please send me an email at [email protected]. You can also find me next week at the Phase2 booth. Let’s get the discussion started!

As our Community Manager, Danielle is responsible for the communities around our products, which include OpenPublic, OpenPublish, Open Atrium, Managing News, and Tattler, as well as the Drupal modules we maintain.  She is also ...

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