LocalGov Drupal is now in Beta: find out what's new in the project and watch the team's presentation to DrupalCon Europe.
Tagged: Code sharing
The council's new website reaches a major milestone as it switches to the open source codebase, built by councils for councils.
The LocalGov Drupal Alpha is approaching its last sprint. Here's an overview of the leaps and bounds the project has made since the previous update.
Croydon Council and partners are two sprints into their Alpha code sharing project. Here's the latest.
Croydon Council and partners have completed the first sprint of an Alpha code sharing project, and here's what they've found so far.
Our 6 week exploration of Drupal code sharing between councils has concluded. Here's what we found and next steps.
Croydon Council and partners are two thirds of the way through a Discovery project to find out how councils share code - here's their latest findings.
Croydon Council and partners have just completed the first sprint of the Discovery work they're conducting as part of an MHCLG Local Fund project, and here's what they've found so far.
Councils rarely shared code in the past, but that's starting to change. Here Bracknell Forest, Brighton & Hove and Oxford City explain why they're doing it, and why you should too.
Croydon and three other councils have just kicked off an MHCLG funded project to flesh out how our Drupal sharing is going to work at scale.
Croydon and three other councils are starting a project in January to understand the uses and limitations of sharing a Drupal 8 publishing platform.
Today I’m excited and proud to share the work of the website delivery team – a soft launch of our new website.
Content design is a big part of our website redesign project. Find out how we're tackling over 2,500 webpages to make them clearer and easier for users.
A look behind the scenes at how the council's digital team is overhauling croydon.gov.uk to better meet residents' needs.
Rather than reinventing the wheel, Croydon Council has agreed with Brighton & Hove City Council to re-use its web publishing platform and work on updates together