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This is SUPPORTA! Meet the Acquia Client Advisory Team

Inside Acquia, the Client Advisory Team is something special. These are the people who are on the front lines of helping others succeed with Drupal 24 hours a day. They go way out of their way for anyone who needs help and for other members of the team. In July, I spoke with five Acquia Client Advisors about their work and their team.

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Acquia Welcomes Four Kitchens to Partner Program

I'm excited to announce this week at Drupalcon Copenhagen that Four Kitchens has formally joined the Acquia partner program as an Enterprise Select Partner.

For those who are not familiar, Four Kitchens is a premier Drupal development firm that provides a full array of services from technical architecture & design, through massively scalable deployments. We have had first hand experience working with their team on a number of projects and have had great experiences.

Drupal Software Publishing

Acquia announced a new program at Drupalcon last week, Drupal Software Publishing. I thought it might be useful to provide some of the thinking that went into establishing this program.

Acquia’s core mission is to establish Drupal as the dominant social publishing platform. If we’re successful at this, there will be a thriving ecosystem around Drupal offering a broad variety of services and solutions.

"Brenda Boggs in Acquia Support has become Code Level Up's secret weapon, ace in the hole, intellect of last resort. Whenever our team is scratching our heads about how to approach a Drupal issue, Brenda is there with a creative idea, a mind-bogglingly-useful link that explains exactly how to resolve our problem, or some sage advice to steer us in the right direction. Our project is considerably ahead of schedule thanks to Brenda. I could not recommend her, or the Acquia service, more highly."

Supporting Customers, Not Just Modules

Dries recently blogged about our recent change to “support everything Drupal 6” and I’d like to expand on the details a bit. It’s one of many changes we’re likely to make as we learn how to shape our offerings to better serve the Drupal end-user and consulting communities.

The S-Files: "Why can't a user edit content?"

A few days ago a user emailed with a problem about giving users the ability to edit content. The problem started with a small site that had been added to over time. Now that there were a few more pages to maintain the webmaster wanted to give access to other users to manage a few pages.

Acquia Drupal and Acquia Network Subscriptions Now Available

New software bundle, tech support, and network services help developers assemble and operate Web 2.0 sites with confidence on the open source Drupal social publishing system