The past month we have been hard at work getting ready for the Drupal 4.2.0 release; we have been squashing bugs and made small improvements all over the map.

Dries has approved a new Drupal mail list to be used for working on ways to improve the Drupal user experience. As his email to the Drupal-develop list explains:

Charlie Lowe announced that he assembled a group of writing teachers interested in using Drupal in education.

First a site I like:
It is very clear what is what and easy on the eye.

In testing 4.2 today, I was using the user profile module. Then I decided to write my own custom user data module, and stop using the Drupal supplied profile module. That worked fine, but in testing it, I was examing the database.

The code freeze for the Drupal 4.2.0 release has begun. As of now, no new features or functionality is being added. Just bugfixes.

I would appreciate the comments of those experienced with this CMS with respect to its suitability for a project I must implement.

This past weekend, I converted Open Education from PostNuke to Drupal 4.1 using the conversion script posted by david@puntba

Someone just referred me to this yesterday. The Easy News Topics RSS 2.0 Module might be potentially useful for connecting Drupal sites.