I’m excited by the possibility of work with Drupal again. It’s been a few years since I really dug into it, and I l know it’s improved quite a bit since then.

Although I seem to be running almost half a dozen WordPress sites nowadays, and love it as a blogging platform, Drupal just seems to fix what this new project is, sort of an intranet/extranet combo site.

The module list seems about 10 times longer than the last time I looked at it. I tell ya, the power of open-source. ;)

If any Drupal hackers out there want to offer me any advice, please do…

2 Responses to “The Return of Drupal?”

  1. Steve IvyNo Gravatar says:


    I’ve used Drupal for several sites now, and I’m using it for a section on monkinetic (http://redmonk.net/more), and on another freelance project right now – it’s great! The templating system has gotten much more sane (phptemplate is now integrated) and you’re right – there are hundreds of cool modules.

    Note: check out CCK and Views for a major feature boost.



  2. Keith CaseyNo Gravatar says:

    Check out the ecommerce module for a shopping cart. I’ve been using it a few weeks now and I’m very happy with it. The one thing that I’m still struggling with is the multi-site/single install stuff.

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