This guide was written by contributors to the Drupal open-source project, and is licensed under the CC BY-SA 2.0 license. See Section i.1, “Copyright” for more information. Details about the contributors for guide-wide tasks are below. For individual topics, the attributions for writing, editing, and/or translating are at the end of each topic.
Writing of the initial version of this guide was coordinated by the following people:
The following people contributed to guide-wide writing:
- The glossary was written and adapted by Jennifer Hodgdon, with parts from "Glossary", "Overview of Configuration (vs. other types of information)", and "Working with breakpoints in Drupal", each copyright 2000-2024 by the individual contributors to the Drupal Community Documentation.
- The index was improved and curated by Anna van Raaphorst.
- Topic summaries were written by Jojy Alphonso at Red Crackle.
Guide-wide editing was done by the following people:
- Amber Matz at Drupalize.Me
- Anna van Raaphorst
- Antje Lorch
- Balu Ertl
- Boris Doesborg
- Charles Leverington
- chirag shah
- Grant Dunham
- Jennifer Hodgdon
- Joe Shindelar at Drupalize.Me
- Jojy Alphonso at Red Crackle — who copy edited the vast majority of the User Guide
- Kamal Kant Pansari at Intelliswift
- Michael Lenahan at erdfisch
- Swarad Mokal at Blisstering Solutions
The content was tested by:
Most of the images in the guide are screen captures from the Drupal software, generated by software written by Jennifer Hodgdon.
The word Drupal, the Druplicon logo (which appears as part of several images throughout the guide), and the Drupal wordmark logo (which is part of the cover image), are registered trademarks of Dries Buytaert).
The Anytown Farmers Market logo, which appears as part of several images throughout the guide, is a CC BY-SA 2.0 licensed illustration by Justin Harrell at Drupalize.Me.
The farm image, which appears as part of several images throughout the guide, is a public domain image by Xianmin Chang via Wikimedia Commons.
The carrot image, which appears as part of several images throughout the guide, is public domain image K11611-1 by Stephen Ausmus at the Agricultural Research Service of the United States Department of Agriculture via Wikimedia Commons.