Accessibility and acceptance In the Australian Drupalsphere.

In the Australian part of the Drupalsphere, as we iteratively and creatively work together over long spans of time to define and deliver "The Way Drupal Does Things" (whether in that context "Drupal " refers to the software or the community), there is a constant and necessary tension between the 'keepers of what has come before' and those who see and present perhaps dimly a vision of what could possibly become the next API or Community process.

We have got so far as we have in the last decade because of the handshaking that goes on between those who offer their contributions at those two foci.

The tension and handshaking is a potent and honourable mechanism that is a huge 'drive-factor' in the system.

In the Australian part of the Drupalsphere, as we iteratively and creatively work together over long spans of time to define and deliver "The Way Drupal Does Things" (whether in that context "Drupal " refers to the software or the community), there is a constant and necessary tension between the 'keepers of what has come before' and those who see and present perhaps dimly a vision of what could possibly become the next API or Community process.

We have got so far as we have in the last decade because of the handshaking that goes on between those who offer their contributions at those two foci.

The tension and handshaking is a potent and honourable mechanism that is a huge 'drive-factor' in the system.

The tension does not need resolving, and the handshaking is possibly at times valuably augmented with some hugging. Only when invited, and only where appropriate. ;-)

The community is strong. It welcomes diversity, it welcomes alignment, and it is proud of its welcoming inclusion of people with visible or non-apparent disabilities and limitations; of all ages; and all contribution areas; and all areas of natural focus.

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