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Drupal 6.17, a maintenance release fixing issues reported through the bug tracking system, is now available for download. There are no security fixes in this release. Upgrading your existing Drupal 6 sites is recommended.

This release includes many critical bug fixes and other improvements, including:

This year's Summer of Code projects focus on integrating Drupal with other APIs, improving and updating popular contributed modules, improving security, and helping to build new functionalities that will help keep Drupal at the cutting edge.

Drupal team has ported the wp-plugin "NotCaptcha Antispam" to Drupal 5.x, 6.x.

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The live demo: demo

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Packt is pleased to announce Drupal E-commerce with Ubercart 2.x a new book that helps readers create a powerful and fully functional E-store with Ubercart and Drupal. Written by George Papadongonas and Yiannis Doxaras anize a store catalog with categories and subcategories with the help of an example-oriented approach with many screenshots.

 

After announcing six month a go it would employ the open-source software Drupal to manage and publish its content, the White House website has contributed some custom code to the project.

Drupal 7, which is already behind schedule, is expected to be launched in either summer or autumn this year. The open source software, which is increasing in popularity, is now thought to power around one percent of the world's websites. The upgrade will feature over 70 new modules and contain a substantial growth in code size.

The new release of popular content management system Drupal will be slower, but more scalable, according to its creators.

The announcement came at the Drupalcon conference in San Francisco.

DrupalCon European organizing group and Danish Drupal Community is pleased to invite everyone to register for DrupalCon Copenhagen, which will be held at the world-famous Bella Center August 23rd to 27th, 2010.

Drupal 7, the next major release of Drupal, will ship with RDFa support directly "out of the box." To help people understand what is possible with RDFa support and how it enables us to do cool new things, take a look at the video below.

Drupal 7 will be finished by June 2010 - if things go well. If they don't, it'll be the autumn - a year after construction was supposedly done and just testing and debugging remained.

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