Last updated August 23, 2017

Drupal has an amazing community of people who create the software and help each other make the best use of it. It is the best resource to understand, and become a part of, in order to help you on your Drupal journey. There is a wide variety of learning resources and ways to get support, as well as a thriving tradition of local events: meetups, "camps", and conferences. Since Drupal is created and maintained by volunteers, the more you get involved with the project, the more quickly you can learn and get access to the answers you need.

Example tasks

  • Find an answer in the community documentation
  • Attend a local event
  • Report and help fix a bug in a contributed module


The community is always improving processes and tools, so specific steps and resources for getting involved with the community may change over time.

Drupalize.Me resources

  • Getting Help with Drupal
    • Covers the main resources that are available to help you get answers to your Drupal questions.
  • Getting Involved with Drupal
    • Explores different ways to learn more by helping the project. It is definitely not restricted to coders.
  • Why Open Source Matters
    • Drupal is an open source project. This presentation explains what that means, and the pros and cons of using open source.
  • Contributing to Drupal topic
    • One of the best ways to get to know the people in the community is to contribute in some way to the project. There are many ways to give other than code!

More Guides

We have guides on many Drupal skills and topics.

Explore guides

External resources

  • Where is the Drupal Community? (
    • The official community guide for different ways to find and interact with the Drupal community.
  • Drupical Event Map (
    • This is a quick and filterable way to see events happening all the world.
  • Community Documentation (
    • This is the central location for all community-maintained documentation about all aspects of the Drupal software and community.