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Drupal 7.0 released

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  • Drupal7 Released with Revamped UI, Semantic Tech, and More
  • Drupal 7.0 released

One Drupal to rule them all

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buytaert.net: Ten years ago, the average organization had one website. Since then, the world has become a more complex place with a diverse set of needs. If you're like most organizations the number of sites you have continues to grow at a rapid clip.

Open source Drupal takes Gardens path to big business

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theregister.co.uk: Drupal, at the most basic level is an open-source content management system. But this belies just how expansive it has become, with thousands of add-on modules and millions of developers. Drupal is not a product. It's a community. A massive, ever-growing community.

Six Secrets of Open Source Community Building

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earthweb.com: The Drupal content management system (CMS) is one of the most successful open source projects on the Internet today, thanks in no small part to its community.

Drupal 7 nears release candidate stage

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infoworld.com: Drupal 7, the next major version of the popular open source content management system, could reach a release candidate stage as early as this week, the founder of the system said on Wednesday.

Open Source for Amercia Honors Open Source Advocates

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ostatic.com: Open Source for Amercia was established to promote the awareness and use of Free and Open Source Software and technologies in the U.S. Federal Government. Today the winners of their inaugural open source awards program were announced during the Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON) 2010, in Portland, Oregon.

A tour of the redesigned Drupal.org

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  • A tour of the redesigned Drupal.org
  • The commercialization of a volunteer-driven Open Source project

A Brief History of How Drupal Came to Be

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acrossad.org: Drupal is a battle-hardened soldier that has faced its enemies, looked them in the eyes, and defeated them with relatively minimal effort.

Something is Drupally in the State of Denmark

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linuxjournal.com: Now that I am fully recovered from jet lag, I am able to reflect on how enjoyable the recent Copenhagen DrupalCon was.

The UK Switches to Drupal and Releases Source Code

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acrossad.org: In the United States, the White House has led the march towards open source and free software by switching the http://www.whitehouse.gov/ website to the Drupal content management system. The government of the United Kingdom has decided to follow their lead.

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