I met with a Presidential campaign yesterday. They asked me to advise in general on their web site, but when we got into our discussion, I learned they were doing the static html thing.

Recognizing that while many Open Source projects are powerful but lack ease of use, the Drupal project today announced Drupal 4.2.0, a substantially enhanced and re-organized version of the Drupal open source content management platform with a spe

I was wondering something about Drupal support.

One of the cool benefits of the watchdog module is being able to see what caused a page error on your website and when it happened, and the IP that did it.

I understand Drupal is licensed under GNU/GPL. I wonder if it is allowed to use Drupal as part of a commercial service. E.g. can we host a Drupal-based site as part of a service we offer our customers?

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.