The Linux Users Group at Georgia Tech presents:
Drupal by Ryan Curtin
March 28th 2012, 7:00 PM
College of Computing building, room 102
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Drupal is a popular open-source content management system (CMS) and
content management framework (CMF) written in PHP. It is commonly used
for websites — including many Georgia Tech pages (there is even a
support community for Drupal GT sites: http://drupal.gatech.edu/ ).
With hundreds (probably thousands) of well-maintained modules and
extensions, a Drupal site can be very tailored to specific needs.
This presentation will cover the initial setup of a Drupal installation,
an overview of the way Drupal is laid out, how to install modules and
third-party extensions, and how to develop modules for Drupal. I’ll
also talk about the drupal.org community, how to get involved, and what
all the site offers. Themeing a site will also be covered.