Drupal, a very powerful Content Management System (or CMS). Getting even more powerful and popular as the versions go on. I have taken time out to test the newest edition of Drupal and have tweaked my review to represent it.

The Drupal project has released version 4.4.1 of its open-source content management platform today. As no critical bugs have been identified, this is a minor bugfix and maintenance release. There are no new features in this installment.

This is the follow up to Open discussion on Drupal's themeing capabilities and templating engines., and is more technical in nature than the previous artic

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After an extensive testing period, the Drupal project has released version 4.4.0 of its open-source content management and community platform.

With Drupal 4.4.0 around the corner, it is time to share what each of us are up to. If you plan to work on something in particular, or to contribute to Drupal in one way or another, please share your personal battle plan in the comments.

Earlier this week I committed a new profile module to the development branch. I just finished upgrading to take advantage of these new improvements.

A few hours ago, I uploaded a package of Drupal version 4.3.2 to Debian unstable. This upload will hopefully fix all the critical bugs of the previous package (and introduce no new ones).

With Drupal 4.4.0 on the horizon, this marks a good time for a new round of website suggestions. In short, is there any way in which our website,, could serve you better?

We are pleased to announce that the first Drupal 4.4.0 release candidate is available. A list of the major changes can be found in the CHANGELOG file.