In busy forums, moderation can be a useful tool for gently enforcing good behavior. Drupal is pretty flexible in its support for moderation, but it could go farther to make moderation more effective.

Can anyone give some really good reasons NOT to use Drupal as the sturcture for my school district's Intranet?

Also, does anyone know where else I can post this question to get good feedback?

Gallery 1.3.3 has now been ported to Drupal and released as a module.

I just wanted to begin with a short thank-you for the work that's already been done on this impressive CMS.

Drupal 4.1.0 is now available.

There's a new version of the import module available for testing. In this implementation both feeds and items are nodes. It is able to

Linking vocabularies to specific content types (page, story, project etc) is great, and what I think is one of the best features of drupal. However, there are definitely elements of this implementation that could be improved.

On interconnected, Matt Webb is thinking about adaptive and evolutionary design in terms of software architecture in order to discuss considerations

I'm curious how much work/how feasible it would be to extend Drupal to have a more flexible based group permissions system. I understand that you can setup "user roles" and assign a user a role, then define that roles permissions.