Documents de réferences

Un espace pour compiler quelques documents de référence qui puissent alimenter la réflexion sur le sujet et la compréhension de ses méandres.

Drupal trademark and logo policy

 

1. Background information

The Drupal trademark — i.e. the word "Drupal", whether or not in capitals — is owned and controlled by Dries Buytaert, who cooperates with the Drupal Association and local non-profit associations to foster the use of the Drupal software.

Although you are encouraged to use the Drupal trademark (and the official Drupal logo (official link to be included when released by the Drupal Association), which is itself a use of the Drupal trademark) for your own purposes, you must first obtain a license. You can either obtain this license automatically…

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Licensing

 

These questions and answers help clarify legal issues related to the licensing of the Drupal project, and the GNU General Public License. Our thanks to the Software Freedom Law Center for their assistance in preparing this information.

  1. What is the license for Drupal?
  2. Does the license cover just PHP, or everything?
  3. Who holds the copyright for…
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Organizing meetups

 


L'organisation meetup
Qu'est-ce qu'un meetup et que devez-vous en tirer?
Un meetup est un rassemblement informel de personnes intéressées par Drupal.

Qu'est-ce qu'un meetup et que devez-vous en tirer?
Il est généralement pas un événement officiel. Ils sont mis en place pour arriver et  discuter. Certains ont trouvé mieux d'avoir un organisateur désigné pour un meetup pour réserver la salle et organiser un présentateur
Lieu
Un bar est un endroit idéal. Beaucoup de meetups ont lieu dans des bars .
La salle de conférence de votre employeur.
La salle de réunion…

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DrupalCon Code of Conduct (generic template)

 
DrupalCon brings together people from around the world who use, develop, design, and support the Drupal platform. Many attendees at DrupalCon are newcomers evaluating both our platform and our community.

The Drupal Code of Conduct (http://drupal.org/dcoc) outlines our shared ideals and values. This document expresses how we hope to make these ideals real at our conferences and other events. Our goal is to ensure that all participants can freely and openly share ideas in a friendly, safe, and welcoming environment that encourages and inspires mutual…

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Trademarks and copyright

 

Trademark

The trademark "Drupal" belongs to Dries Buytaert, but the Association has the ability to use the trademark freely as long as Dries retains ownership and remains a Permament Member and as long as the Association takes reasonable steps to reserve the trademark rights.

More information about the trademark of Drupal, how it can be used, and how to get a license can be found on drupal.com/trademark.

Copyright and license of Drupal and Druplicon

The copyright of both the Drupal software and the "Druplicon" logo…

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DrupalCamp and Event Organizing Guide, Version 2

 
This guide strives to help organizers of all types of Drupal-related events to effectively plan and organize their event. While most Drupal events are called "DrupalCamps", there are a number of other types of Drupal events that are also covered. The terms "DrupalCamp" and "Drupal event" are used interchangeably in this document.

Table of Contents

  
What is a DrupalCamp?Registration…
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Drupal Code of Conduct

 

As our community grows, it is imperative that we preserve the things that got us here; namely, keeping Drupal a fun, welcoming, challenging, and fair place to play. The Drupal Code of Conduct (DCOC) states our shared ideals with respect to conduct. Think of this as coding standards for people. It is an expression of our ideals, not a rulebook. It is a way to communicate our existing values to the entire community.

This code of conduct is based on the one developed by Ubuntu, with the addition of the…

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Organiser un DrupalCamp

 

Ceci est une adaptation Francaise de la page Organizing DrupalCamps sur Drupal.org

Qu'est-ce qu'un DrupalCamp et que pouvez vous en attendre?

Un camp est un événement d'un ou deux jours qui, en un seul endroit, se concentre sur de nombreux aspects de Drupal. Son objectif est le partage des connaissances au sein de la communauté. Vous réunissez la communauté pour favoriser une émulation de groupe.
Le terme «Camp» vient de « Barcamp », qui est une conférence informelle se déroulant dans un bar. Ce n'est pas un endroit chic. La…

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