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COD 2012 Update: New co-maintainer, Drupal 7, & Acquia

2011 was an amazing year for COD, the Drupal-based solution for fully featured conference websites.

- There have been several amazing sites added to the COD showcase
- A new co-maintainer
- Solid community commitment to helping with the update to Drupal 7
- And increasingly, more involvement from Acquia

You can read more about these developments -- and Acquia's increasingly active role with COD -- in the 2012 update on UseCOD.com.

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