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David Cole on CMS-free Websites: about Jekyll, Prose, GitHub and Healthcare.gov

This interview is extracted from FedOSS , which is a regular podcast with FedScoop’s Luke Fretwell and Red Hat U.S. Public Sector Chief Technology Strategist Gunnar Hellekson discussing the latest in federal government open source software. Development Seed’s David Cole discusses “CMS-free websites,” including Jekyll, Prose.io and GitHub and how the new Healthcare.gov will leverage […]

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Looking Ahead to Drupal 8

In the opening keynote for DrupalCon 2011, Drupal founder Dries Buytaert laid out what they’ve learned from Drupal 7, and his initial plans for Drupal 8. Looking Back Drupal 7 was a huge endeavor. The release took three years and had 1,000 contributors, with 30 people being responsible for 50% of the improvements. In discussions […]

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Al Jazeera Uses Drupal and the Cloud to Handle Traffic Spikes

As Egyptians took to the streets and overthrew former President Hosni Mubarak, millions of people throughout the world turned to Al Jazeera for coverage. The global interest in events in the Middle East drove record levels of visitors to the news agency’s Web servers. Traffic to Al Jazeera’s site increased by 1,000% and that to […]

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Drupal Mavens Unveil Open Atrium: An Intranet in a Box

Proprietary intranet vendors, be scared. Be very scared. Today,Development Seed, the open source shop behind DrupalCon in DC and other endeavors, has released the public beta of Open Atrium. Open Atrium is a free and open source intranet built as a Drupal distribution, with some impressive functionality available out of the box. Not only is this a […]

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