As I wrote earlier this week, few markets have such a rich selection of quality open source products as does the content management systems (CMS) space. One of the leaders in the open source CMS market is Drupal. In fact this blog post is written on a Drupal system. Down in the Big Easy on December 8th and 9th there will be a Drupal conference called Drupal on the Bayou.
Comment établir un classement des éditeurs Open Source ? Vaste question alors qu’à l’exception de Red Hat, aucun éditeur n’est coté en bourse et que le chiffre d’affaire de ces éditeurs est classé secret défense. (Presque) Tous sont leader mondiaux, presque tous annoncent des millions de téléchargement…
The IndusView Publication names Acquia a "Rising Star." This November 2011 newsletter also features an exclusive interview with Dries Buytaert, Creator of Drupal and Co-Founder/CTO at Acquia, where Dries discusses Acquia's beginnings, recent milestones, and future.
Tim Bertrand, VP Worldwide Field Sales at Acquia, discusses why Open Source software is an important option for government, how Acquia supports the growth of Open Source in government, and top recommendations to those exploring Open Source options in government.
On his maiden trip to India, Dries Buytaert, the creator of Drupal – an open source based content management system (CMS), sees a lot of opportunities in the country has a huge pool of talent and engineers in the world.
In today's Open Your World Forum webcast, Chris Grams moderated a discussion between Michael Tiemann and Dries Buytaert about how Linux and Drupal have evolved as two thriving open source communities competing in the enterprise world.
Drupal creator Dries Buytaert, and Opensource.com, the community building initiative of Red Hat Inc. are presenting a webcast on Thursday, November 17, 2011. The theme of the webcast would explore how Linux and Drupal have evolved to become open source communities by themselves and also compete in the enterprise world.
This blogger writes about the capabilities of Drupal, primarily as supported by Acquia. The blogger's friend Geoff Bock recenlty report a report on Enterprise-Grade Web Publishing with Drupal that he summarized in his blog post, Why Publishers Should Care About Drupal.
Among the most important developments in the relaunched FCC.gov website is its use of open source application programming interfaces, the Federal Communications Commission's new media specialist Gray Brooks said recently.
Information technology lingo and names could be funny at times. Drupal is one. It is the corrupt English version of the Dutch word Druppel that means drop. This Web site-building open source platform is creating waves among developer communities. If you have not heard about this already, you will soon.