We have successfully pulled together the logistics, funding, and developer support needed to hold our first worldwide Drupal conference this year.

Last year around New Year we had an interesting thread where I asked people to look back at 2003 and to share some

A second round of Drupal quickies for those who don't have the time to keep on top of all the recent happenings in Drupal land. Just don't get used to them.

Over the past few months, the spam module has evolved from a simple idea to a fully functional collection of tools that can automatically deal with spam comments and other spam content

All Drupal handbook contributors have been generous with their time in developing documentation for others to use in the spirt of open source.

FOSDEM, which stands for Free and Open Source Developers' European Meeting, is a free and non-commercial event for the open source community, held in Brussels (Belgium) on February 26-27.

The Drupal project has released version 4.5.1 of its open-source content management platform. Drupal 4.5.1 is a maintenance release that provides corrections of problems reported using the bug tracking system.

This question is prompted by some comments made over at

As the Drupal community has grown the rate of forum and mailing list traffic has increased, making it difficult keep on top of all the recent developments in Drupal land.

I wrote a simple contact module and installed it here on The module lets people contact each other via e-mail without giving away the recepient's e-mail address. Note that this feature is only available to registered users.