Ratings, reviews, and statistics/metrics for projects on Drupal.org to help determine their quality.
With Drupal 8 due out in a year and a bit, it's high time to get our flagship site onto the latest stable version—Drupal 7!
Integrate some kind of donation framework into Drupal.org to allow people to donate to maintainers of projects to help show their appreciation.
The goal of this sub-project is to build an expertise/reputation system which will: a. expose all the different types of contributions (including non-code ones, which can't be measured by simply counting data in database) b. expose field of expertise of individuals, to make it easier to understand "who is who", who is active in which field, whose opinion is backed up by expertise in this specific field c. encourage more ...more »
Move from forum discussions to Q&A format, with ability to vote up/down comments. Ability to seamlessly move from a support request to issue and back would be hugely beneficial.
Drupal.org is a bit painful to browse on a mobile device. It'd be cool if it used responsive design to show off what Drupal can do!
Our current http://drupal.org/cases section is very sad. We should make it show off how awesome Drupal can be with pictures, how-tos, case studies, and more!
If commits reference a given issue, cross-post them to the issue so they're visible in the comment stream.
Before posting new projects, issues, forum topics, etc. show user a list of things with similar titles/descriptions and prompt user to confirm their submission isn't a duplicate.
We are not just blue nicknames on a screen. Show our community our faces :)
The nice thing about the subscribe commenting system was that the project maintainers could see how many users were interested in the issue; granted, the "follow" button was a major improvement for the focus of the issue. Adding a count of the number of users following any particular issue (perhaps next to the button) could help the maintainers reprioritize their approach to the issue queue, especially in regard to feature ...more »
It's hard for new contributors to find a suitable issue to get involved. Starting with a "Novice" issue always makes sense to understand how the process works, but what do you do after you crossed that line?
Let's add a new, optional "Difficulty" property to all d.o issues: