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Posted on by Gianluca Pinoci.

Yep, well done Ezra - you guys did (and keep doing) an amazing job. I started to use Commons since the alpha/beta versions for a client project and found unbelievable how much it has already grown and gotten perfected in only few months.
Apart for all the (priceless) features, the most valuable bit to us was the modular approach - in true Drupal style.
I was able to either extend or override most of the functionality by simply adding my own custom modules, and still managed to upgrade to 3.2 almost without problems.

It'd be nice to see nodejs and drupal_chat integrated out of the box in 3.4 - and get those notifications sent down to nodejs (TripAdvisor/eBay style).
With a bit of hacking of those two modules I was able to get it working sorta smoothly. Just wonder what you guys could do!

Luca - Boom Interactive

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