Issue 282 - March, 23rd 2017
"Any user on Drupal.org who has accepted our Git usage policy may now create full projects with releases. This is a big change in policy for the Drupal project, representing an evolution of the contribution ecosystem in the past half a decade." This was announced last week before Tim Lehnen's post on Drupal.org was published. It will be interesting to see what impact this change has on the Drupal community.
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