Node creation redesign mockups part deux

Well, I admit that I've been rather latent with providing any progress on the node creation mockup stuff, and I do apologize... it hasn't necessarily been for lack of effort.

I've drawn up (by hand) a number of node creation scenarios that I will be mocking up shortly, but they're not yet online.

In the meantime, I wanted to provide an intermediate mockup and get some more feedback.

Please note that I've revised this post with an additional mockup.

Debian package for Drupal 4.5.1

After some time of silence, I have just finished and uploaded version 4.5.1-1 of my Drupal .deb. It should hit the Debian mirrors within the next one or two days (see

Why Linux Journal converted to Drupal and how it went

We had been looking for a "Content Management System" for quite a while, and one of our employees discovered Drupal while researching CMS software on the web. Drupal appeared to be much more flexible than PHP Nuke, which we were using, and the more we looked at it the more impressed we became. At that time all of the features we thought we would need, except one, which we decided to write a module to provide, were on the table to be implemented in the next Drupal release.

Drupal Conference 2005 is a go!

We have successfully pulled together the logistics, funding, and developer support needed to hold our first worldwide Drupal conference this year. Please visit the event details page for more information, and feel free to discuss the event in this forum.

Predictions for 2005

Last year around New Year we had an interesting thread where I asked people to look back at 2003 and to share some predictions for 2004. Let's take a moment to look at these predictions, to reflect on 2004 and to make some predictions for 2005. What are the Drupal highlights of 2004 and what lies ahead for Druplicon in 2005?

Drupal quickies, december 2004

A second round of Drupal quickies for those who don't have the time to keep on top of all the recent happenings in Drupal land. Just don't get used to them.


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