After a decade or so of actively contributing to the Drupal community, I’m no longer affiliated with the project, and have cancelled my Drupal Association membership. Suffice it to say I believe there’s a lot that we did right, and even more that I learned from the experience.

Over the years, I’ve made a number of contributions to Drupal core and various modules, themes, and distributions—far too many to list here, especially since a number of them predate when these things were tracked automatically.

I’ve also developed the following modules, themes, distributions, and utilities:

  • Advanced Alias and Redirect Checking (ARC). Performs additional validation on aliases and redirects to avoid collisions with existing URLs. Sponsored by Stevens Institute of Technology.
  • Applications and Postings. Provides a means of treating fieldable form submissions and associated calls for submissions as first-class entities with full Views support, allowing for editing, drafts, and automatic deadlines. Sponsored by EMPAC.
  • Aqueduct. A Drupal distribution geared toward lightweight portfolio sites.
  • Golden Grid and Golden Gridlet. A responsive base theme based on the work of Joni Korpi, and an associated helper module to visualize grid layouts. Sponsored by EMPAC. (Note that this was prior to the prevalence of CSS Grid.)
  • Sanitize. An extensible, Drush-ready framework for sanitizing and distributing exports of Drupal databases. Sponsored by Stevens Institute of Technology.
  • Undine. Presented at the Drupal in Higher Education Summit at DrupalCon Austin in 2014, Undine was one of the earliest image-based local development environments released to the Drupal community. Its first incarnation was released as a public alpha using Vagrant, and later refined to leverage Docker instead. Sponsored by Stevens Institute of Technology.