I'd like to announce a multi case study project taking place in my Business Writing class here at Purdue, which aims to develop a formal promotional report for Drupal.

The Drupal team is proud to announce the final release of Drupal 4.5.0! Some of the key changes since Drupal 4.4.2 include:

For Drupal 4.5 one of our action points was improving the site itself. As well as making information easier to find for users, we wanted to make the site friendlier for people who are new to Drupal.

I'd like to announce a new Drupal community and documentation project, Purdue University's Open Source Development and Documentation Project (OSDDP).

With Drupal 4.5 around the corner, it is time to start talking about Drupal 4.6. If you plan to work on something, or to contribute to Drupal in one way or another, please share your personal battle plan in the comments.

One of the many new features of the upcoming Drupal 4.5.0 release is an improved localization system (locale.module).

This is worth the read. Check out Jeffrey Veen's critique of open source CMS's which makes some excellent points, some of which apply to Drupal.

We are pleased to announce that the Drupal 4.5.0 release candidate is available. A list of the major changes can be found in the CHANGELOG file.

In the past couple of months, I've begun to notice the occasional posting of 'comment spam' on my website.