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Today I upgraded a wordpress blog to version 2.5.1 and noticed several plugins are also not up-to-date. The plugin upgrade cannot be any easier, with a single click to upgrade each one. No wget, no FTP, just a click.
While I can't wait to use the new trigger/action features in Drupal 6, I have a feeling it will be a few months before I attempt to upgrade.
Google Chart API is an elegant way to generate nice graphs for the web, needing neither client-side (Java) nor server-side (e.g. Flex) add-ons.
I’ve just tested Drupal 6.0 beta 1 and it’s again a good release.
One new feature I had not paid much attention to in Drupal 5.x is the installation profiles. I almost did not notice they have their own download section on drupal.org.
The official release of Drupal 5.0 is just around the corner.
I will learn how to properly use
"Drupal 5.0 Beta 1":http://drupal.org/drupal-5.0-beta1 was released a few days ago. For me, this marks an important step for site maintainer.
Since spam.module got no 4.7 port, I’ve been using the badbehavior module to deal with comment spammers.