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LXer: A brief history of Drupal from 1.0 to 8.0


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Drupal began as a forum for a few friends to*monitor their shared Internet connection, which "was expensive and being spliced between them," according to*Jared Whitehead's*The rise of Drupal and the fall of closed source.*Today, it's one of the most popular content management systems out there, competing with powerhouses like WordPress.read more

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