Chris "KeyboardCowboy" Albrecht goes behind the screens with members of the Drupal community and others to learn about the goings on in the land of open source and the people who make it happen. If you have questions you'd like us to ask, comments about the podcast, or would like to be on the show yourself, reach out at @Lullabot on Twitter or shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Behind the Screens with Matt Westgate
For 13 years, Matt Westgate has been at Lullabot's helm, and though both Drupal and Lullabot have evolved, the spirit of community remains. Matt shares his insights on the past, future, and ferrets.
Behind the Screens with Amitai Burstein
How do you maintain one of Drupal's most prolific modules, run a business, have a family, and stay balanced? Amitai Burstein spills his secrets to success and how you can join him! Also, sushi!
Behind the Screens with Cristina Chumillas
Why spend time on Drupal's UI? New Lullabot, Cristina Chumillas, tells us about the UI initiative and why it's important, the new Claro theme, and strangest thing she's ever eaten.
Behind the Screens with Sean Dietrich
Docksal co-maintainer and BADCamp co-organizer, Sean Dietrich, talks about what it takes to run a camp website, why he became a Docksal co-maintainer, and why we could all use a little more time.
Behind the Screens with Brendan Blaine
I catch up with Brendan Blaine, a developer for the Drupal Association, to find out what it takes to run events.drupal.org, why the conferences run so smoothly, and always remember to use a coaster.
Behind the Screens with Kevin Thull
Can't make a Drupal camp? Kevin Thull has you covered! Kevin donates his time recording sessions at most North American Drupal camps. I find out why, and what food to bribe him with.
If you are interested in keeping up with the trends in Drupal this podcast is a MUST!
The best part is that it's short and to the point. Relevant and interesting questions too...
Thanks for these inspiring
Interviews! I appreciate the insightful questions the interviewer asks.
One request if you remove "drupal voices" from the podcast title it will be easier to see the topic when looking at them on the iPhone via iTunes and podcast player.
Thanks for these! I always learn something new. Keep it up!